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Amber Gill blasts online trolls

OHMYGOSSIP — Amber Gill says social media trolls are in “a negative headspace”.
The 23-year-old former ‘Love Island’ winner spoke out after current contestant Chloe Burrows received vile death threats just days into the new series and Amber called the online abuse a “desperate cry for help”.
Speaking on ‘Good Morning Britain’, she said: “Whilst I was in there, what my family had to deal with… it was a lot.
“You don’t have your phone, and by the time I got out I won and had a barrage of nice messages, so I missed all of the bad stuff.
“‘I think that they’re probably just in a negative headspace themselves and it’s just a desperate cry for help. People get far too invested in a show that’s just for entertainment purposes.”
Chloe’s family previously shared some of the messages online and wrote: “We hate to introduce ourselves under such vile circumstances but we’ve had enough, after just 3 episodes.
“We all have thick skin but the amount of trolling Chloe has been receiving is absolutely disgusting. This morning we woke up to yet another DM encouraging Chloe to kill herself – there have been HUNDREDS.”
“Have the deaths of Sophie [Gradon], Mike [Thalassitis] and Caroline [Flack] taught us nothing? Not only that, but people are flooding her inbox threatening to kill her themselves. People… this is a GAME show, there is a cash prize!”
Meanwhile, it was previously revealed that Amber is set to present a new six-part series about mental health alongside Kem Cetinay.
They will host ‘The Full Treatment’ on ITV2, after the broadcaster joined forces with the charity CALM in the hope of sparking conversations about mental health.
Simon Gunning, the CEO of CALM, said: “It’s clear that things are tough for young people right now.
“In the past 12 months alone, the CALM website has seen an 100 percent increase in young people seeking support and advice on a whole range of issues – from relationships and loneliness through to anxiety and fear of failure.
“‘The Full Treatment’ aims to make it OK to talk about some of the not-so-easy parts of life – the stuff that goes on behind the camera. Through entertaining and authentic personal stories, we hope young people will discover new ways to deal with the ups and downs of whatever they’re going through, and seek support when they need it.”

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