Katie Price has named and shamed the vile trolls who created a meme of their disabled son, Harvey, as Jihadi Bride Shamima Begum.
The mother of five whose campaigning to crack down on online abuse has gained MEPs' support was disgusted by the Photoshopp image of her 16-year-old son, who has a number of disabilities, including Prader. Willi syndrome and blurred vision.
The disgusting meme placed Harvey's face on the body of the jihad's bride, who was struggling to get back to Britain to get her baby next to the words, "Leave me behind." * ", referring to something Harvey once said on live television.
Katie shared the terrible meme
Terrified by the picture, Katie shared it Their followers highlight the abuse Harvey receives daily.
She said, "That's why I have to be a criminal offense online, and these people should be called and ashamed when they testify about my son Harvey." [1
9659002] Harvey shared it on his own account and asked, "Why do this to me?"
Katie's fans were just as disgusted.
One said, "Absolutely disparaging, what makes people crap like those sick guys
Another said, "This makes me so insane that people need to give Harvey a little brake, he is disabled and should not be discriminated against for this apology, just my opinion"
She wants the law is changed
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And another comment: "Sick people, why this is so" 19659002] Last month, Katie won the support of MPs after launching a fight against online abuse.
She was inspired to stand up for tougher anti-online abuse laws – called Harvey's Law – after her disability The son was targeted by vile trolls.
She launched a petition that attracted 221,914 signatures before ending prematurely due to the 2017 parliamentary elections.
She talked about online abuse targeting people of all backgrounds, but also about shocking abuse at Harvey.
She fights for Harveys L aw
The petition called on the government to "make online abuses a crime and create a register of criminals" ,
The Petitions Committee publishes its report "Online Abuse and the Experience of People with Disabilities," which reveal the extreme level of abuse that people with disabilities receive online.
The disabled people involved in the study were enthusiastic users of social media, but many were driven off online platforms while their "perpetrators" were not controlled.
The investigation was triggered by Katie's petition.
She was also posted on Harvey's Page
The Petitions Committee agrees with Katie's petition that the law on online abuse is inappropriate is purpose.
They said: "Self-regulation of social media has failed disabled people.
"We agree with Katie Price's petition that the online abuse law is not fit for purpose."] Do you have a story to blame? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us directly to: 0207 29 33033