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Katie Price calls for online trolling to be made criminal offence

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Katie Price calls for online trolling to be made criminal offence

Katie Price calls for online trolling to be made criminal offence

Giving evidence to the Petitions Committee as part of its Parliamentary inquiry into online abuse, Katie Price spoke of the abuse directed online at her disabled son Harvey.

The TV star wants a new UK law to be created to make online trolling a criminal offence.


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