A MUMMY blogger who trolled her friends and even her father has been bombarded by comments on Instagram, labelling her a “bully”.
Clemmie Hooper, of a Mother of Daughters account, certified to essay vicious comments about those tighten to her, underneath a feign form on a Tattle Life report site, on Thursday.
In a arise of a explanation Clemmie, who turns 35 today, has mislaid 3,000 supporters on Instagram – as many asked how she could turn a troll, meaningful how hurtful such comments can be.
Posting on her Instagram stories, a mum-of-four explained she assimilated Tattle Life to urge herself from disastrous comments – though shortly escalated into scornful her associate bloggers.
Writing as AliceinWanderlust, she even described her father Simon – who boasts over 2 million supporters – a “class A t***” in an try to chuck other users off a scent.
Clemmie has not posted on Instagram given a proclamation – though many supporters have reacted on a comments territory of her many new pic.
Although some corroborated Clemmie, one chairman wrote: “I don’t know how anyone can urge her after reading a posts.
“She knows being trolled hurts so because on earth would she do it to her friends family… Fancy trolling your possess husband”.
Another lady said: “You’re too faced, we assimilated tattle in 2018, we commented and bullied other parents.”
While a third slammed: “What a good instance to set to your kids…unfollowed”.
Another former fan said: “You assimilated a bullies and got held ! It’s so unhappy we did it and continued to do it.
“I’m certain your fans will consider we merit a practical cuddle though we need a practical mangle from your poison”.
The midwife and influencer is believed to have been unprotected after Tattle Life users speckled that she and her alias were both in St Lucia.
So she began perplexing to inhibit from her loyal identity, by scornful those tighten to her.
Clemmie certified her actions after associate ma blogger Laura Rutherford, who had been targeted by her, addressed a “betrayal of trust” online – though divulgence who was behind it.
Bethie Hungerfood, Louise Boyce and Susie J Verill have given come brazen to demonstrate their harm over what they described as “online bullying.”
There are some-more than 25,000 signatures on a petition to have Tattle Life, that is described as “a explanation website on open business amicable media accounts”, removed.
Posting on Instagram, one supporter claimed Clemmie’s reparation post was unequivocally some-more of “an excuse” for her actions.
She said: “She done terrible sceptical comments about people she was friends with. Not insta-friends, genuine friends.
“These comments were not done to ‘defend’ herself, though only to detract courtesy from a fact people suspicion it was her.”
While a second said: “Inexcusable behaviour! You have harm so many people and caused them highlight anxiety…shame on you.”
Some even questioned how Clemmie’s trolling sat with her pursuit as a midwife.
One said: “As a associate medical veteran we have a shortcoming towards ourselves and others per what we post online.
“A veteran formula of conduct. Its easy to get held adult in materialism/ads and income that brings in, though we have to arise above it. Unfollowing both accounts”.
Clemmie and father Simon, also 35, have 4 children — Anya, 11, Marnie, eight, and twins Ottillie and Delilah, three.
She was due to attend a How To Fail eventuality yesterday, though cancelled in a arise of a backlash.
Yesterday we reported on a silent who was sad after revelation her kids she had breast cancer during 35, only WEEKS after their father had a quadruple heart bypass.