bbie Chatfield says she fears for her life after receiving vile death threats ...

bbie Chatfield says she fears for her life after receiving vile death threats ...
bbie Chatfield says she fears for her life after receiving vile death threats ...

Abbie Chatfield has revealed she is fearing for her safety after receiving a string of anonymous online death threats from anti-vaxxer trolls. 

The 26-year-old Bachelor star, who is a vocal advocate for Covid-19 vaccinations, spoke about her terrifying ordeal during an interview with HIT Queensland's  Cliffo & Gabi on Thursday morning. 

When quizzed on how how she deals with online criticism, Abbie explained that, while trolling usually 'doesn't both her', she's been dealing with far more intense trolling since the pandemic took hold. 

'I double check my locks at night': The Bachelor's Abbie Chatfield, 26, (pictured) has revealed she is fearing for her safety after receiving a string of online death threats from anti-vaxxer trolls.

'I double check my locks at night': The Bachelor's Abbie Chatfield, 26, (pictured) has revealed she is fearing for her safety after receiving a string of online death threats from anti-vaxxer trolls.

'The anti-vaxxer trolls, they're a new breed,' she told the breakfast show.  

'Voice note death threats are the worst ones; the text ones are fine, but the voice notes are scary,' she continued.

'And the cops can't do anything, so you just have to put [the evidence] in a folder. I just screen-record it... just in case something happens to me, they'll know who did it.'

Terrifying: Speaking to HIT Queensland's Cliffo & Gabi on Thursday morning, Abbie said she's even taken to screen-grabbing and filing the concerning messages in case 'something happens to her'

Terrifying: Speaking to HIT Queensland's Cliffo & Gabi on Thursday morning, Abbie said she's even taken to screen-grabbing and filing the concerning messages in case 'something happens to her' 

Astonished, the radio hosts asked Abbie whether the messages have left her feeling afraid.  

'Yeah I'm pretty scared... I do double check my locks at night,' Abbie admitted.

It comes after Abbie spoke candidly about why many influencers are too scared to call out anti-vaxxers and Covid deniers on social media.    

Worrying: 'Voice note death threats are the worst ones; the text ones are fine, but the voice notes are scary,' she continued

Worrying: 'Voice note death threats are the worst ones; the text ones are fine, but the voice notes are scary,' she continued

'Ignorant people make me fired up': It comes after Abbie spoke candidly about why many influencers are too scared to call out anti-vaxxers and Covid deniers on social media.=

'Ignorant people make me fired up': It comes after Abbie spoke candidly about why many influencers are too

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