Original article from Kent Live
Katie Price has slammed an anonymous "troll" who posed as her teenage daughter on social media.
Princess, 14, has her own TikTok account and was horrified to discover that someone had used her name and identity to set up a fake page.
She warned her fans after the scammer sent messages to her followers containing false information, the Mirror reports.
Princess, Katie’s second child with Peter Andre, wrote on the false site: “Hey guys, this is a fake account and they are going around adding people from my TikTok followers, and saying things about me to random people that aren’t true.”
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Her mum then shared the post and added an angry message of her own saying, “Disgusts me, people even at Princess’ age 14, people doing this to her”
She finished the message with the hashtag #trolls.
The 43-year-old regularly voices her fury about anonymous online comments. In particular, she has been outspoken about the insults flung at her eldest son Harvey, 20, who suffers with several disabilities and cannot defend himself publicly.
Katie has given evidence at several House Of Commons committees about changing the law and has started her own campaign called Track A Troll.
She wants to make it a legal requirement when someone opens a social media account like Twitter, Instagram or TikTok to prove their identity and age, using a verifiable form of ID like a passport or driving licence.
Katie also wants to make sure that under 18s have the permission of their parents before they open any account and they also have their ID verified.
She believes that if this happens, it will “provide traceability” if anyone offends and prevent mystery commentators getting away with hurtful remarks.
But Katie doesn’t want Princess to avoid social media altogether. She has said in the past: “She was so excited about getting her own account.
"I said she could have one when she was 13. Pete wasn’t too pleased about that at first though.”
Princess however, recently revealed in a YouTube video that her fame has led her to be afraid of going out alone in case she is kidnapped.
But her mum doesn’t think online abuse will put her daughter off having a career in the public eye.
She added, “Princess has started her own YouTube channel, too, and I definitely see her going into the industry when she is older.
“I can see her being an influencer or an actress, but I think all my kids will probably be performers.”
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