Piers Morgan exposed a troll on Twitter who sent him death threats.
The former Good Morning Britain presenter, 56, isn’t afraid to share his thoughts on social media.
And it seems Piers is just as vocal when it comes to sharing abuse online.
What did Piers Morgan say on Twitter?
On Twitter, Piers shared a screenshot of a conversation in which he named and shamed the critic.
The troll had sent the host a series of hideous messages.
One read, “How is your payroll with all this Covid? [bleeping] post puppet you buddy. “
I thought it was only fair to share his abuse
In addition to the post, Piers said: “This guy likes to abuse me on Instagram, but prefers to do it quietly via DM.
“So I thought it was only fair to share his abuse with nearly 8 million people here. Enjoy your day.”
Meanwhile, Piers’ post has received a lot of supportive comments from fans.
One wrote: “Messages like this are totally unacceptable. Piers can handle it, but there are a lot of people who get this every day and it can seriously affect their mental health. I would be happy if such comments lead to criminal prosecution. “
A second added: “His mother must be very proud.”
In addition, a third said: “I seriously do not understand this behavior.
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“You don’t have to like everyone, just keep scrolling and ignoring or entering into a reasonable discourse if that’s your thing #BeKind.”
However, another said, “Just like Piers does every day? All he does is tirade of hate against anyone he doesn’t like. Pot. Boiler. Black.”
A second agreed: “And yet you do the same with Meghan Markle. Twitter gives you confidence that you might not be in a pub to do the same I think. “
Piers strikes back at a troll
It’s not the first time Piers has shot back at a troll online.
In February, the former GMB host received a death threat from a user who forced him to call the police.
At the time the troll wrote: “Piers Morgan, you are a scarred man, calling the police, Big Tech or reinforcing your security will not stop us from reaching you, this is not a threat, Piers, it is a promise, you will be killed. “
When his eldest son Spencer intervened, the troll replied that he and his mother were also threatened.
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Piers spoke the threat later in his Daily mail Column that reads, “Whoever it was threatened my son and mother a second time, warning them to ‘watch their backs’ and saying they would ‘get it’ if I didn’t .
“I responded by calling the police and Big Tech (Facebook, which owns Instagram, cooperates with the police) and increasing my security. I intend to take this to justice and accountability.
“In the words of Liam Neeson in Taken: ‘I’ll find you’.”
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