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() Ex-Eastenders star Tracy Ann Oberman reveals incredible trolling she received including 'your family didn't die in the Holocaust' after she criticised Labour's anti-semitism EastEnders actress Tracey Ann Oberman has received vile abuse on Twitter She started speaking out against anti-Semitism in Labour after leaving the party Today she told Lorraine she has even been accused of lying about the death of relatives at the hands of the Nazi regime during World War Two 

By Joel Adams For Mailonline

Published: 11:24 BST, 12 September 2019 | Updated: 11:27 BST, 12 September 2019

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EastEnders star Tracy Ann Oberman has opened up about the 'disgusting bullying' she has received online after fighting back at anti-Semitism in the Labour Party.

Oberman, 52, who played Chrissie Watts in EastEnders from 2004 to 2005, was previously a member of the party but left over the decision not to revoke Ken Livingstone's membership following allegations of antisemitism.

She has become a fearless fighter on Twitter against anti-Semitism but told Lorraine today the torrid abuse she has received for her troubles includes people even accusing her of lying about losing relatives in the Holocaust.

She said: 'The abuse was incredible. I had never had a single negative comment on Twitter. The abuse was prolific. 

'It’s really interesting. I wanted to turn it into something positive so I got this podcast together called Trolled on how to deal with, effectively bullying.

'To be told "your family didn’t really die in the Holocaust, you made it up" - disgusting.'

She said the abuse went 'on and on'.

She and fellow celebrity campaigner Rachel Riley have received scant support from the party in

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