Ill internet trolls abuse racial abuse NRL legend Greg Inglis & five year old son – while his estranged wife says he & # 39; seemed to be lost before the withdrawal cure, but is improving
- Racist comments were posted on the birthday of the young son of Inglis
- A troll proclaimed himself an advocate of & # 39; the White Australia Policy & # 39;
- His estranged wife said she was worried about Greg's failure
Sick internet trolls are directed against the five-year-old son of NRL legend Greg Inglis.
The lowlifes attacked an innocent photo that was posted on Instagram by the estranged wife of Inglis, Sally.
The picture left her son Nate in front of a birthday cake surrounded by friends.
Pre Exactly what the world needs is more half-molded Rabittoh with genetic mental disorders. White Australia policy officer, & said a nasty troll.
Greg Inglis' estranged wife, Sally, placed an innocent of her son Nate (center) who was standing in front of a birthday cake and surrounded by friends before being caught by trolls
Sally embarrassed the troll online, tagged him and called him out of his behavior, she has since reported the comments to the police
Sally was upset by the post and reacted strongly, immediately tagging one of those in charge.
& # 39; I didn't consider posting this, but my baby & # 39; s deserve better. They are proud of who they are and have every right to be, & she said on Instagram.
Since then, she has brought the matter to the police and the NRL integrity unit in the hope that it might discourage others from the same behavior.
& # 39; Greg and I made the decision many years ago that ignoring racism would accept it, & # 39; Sally said to the Sydney Morning Herald.
& # 39; The responses were pretty weird, so I talked to the police. They control me and the children. They suggested that I make my page private, but I must admit. I don't want to do that, nor does Greg, & she said.
Sally Inglis has since divorced Greg and said she is proud of him as he works to solve his problems during rehab
It comes after Inglis checked himself at a rehabilitation center after fighting alcohol abuse and mental health problems after his retirement in April.
While working as an ambassador for the South, he disappeared during the & # 39; Magic Round & # 39; of the NRL and caused panic concerns among officials.
Sally spoke about her ex-husband's problems and said she was proud that he had decided to fight the problems in the withdrawal clinic.
& # 39; He was completely lost and seemed so for a while … I was worried about him and I am very happy that he is getting help, & # 39; said Sally.
She said Greg had been happier when she talked to him on the phone and when he talked to his children – but said they really needed to have a good conversation about his problems.
Greg is standing with two of his children Quinnsy Bella (left and) Nate Alexander (right)
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