By Alex Glenn • 31 August 2021 • 9:57
Spanish presenter speaks out over Twitter harassment Credit: Pixabay
Spanish presenter Cristina Saavedra speaks out over Twitter harassment.
Cristina has finally had enough and has denounced that she has been harassed on Twitter and said that this had been carrying on for several months. The La Sexta presenter has shown her annoyance in public and has exposed the account that has been harassing her.
Cristina took to social media and showed her anger over the ugly comments that have been directed her way by one user. She has made the decision to take legal action and announced on Twitter that: “I think that’s enough. It’s been months of patience”
She has now reported the situation and has received much support from fans and fellow social media users over the alleged “selective harassment” which she has been subjected to.
Her aggrieved follower believes that he has been denounced for declaring his “love in the most beautiful way that a man has ever done with a woman”.
Cristina hit back and tweeted: “You have made up very unpleasant fictions about me, my partner and other people I love. And above all, with regard to me, these are things that cannot be normalised. That’s enough. That’s not love.”
The user has removed all of his tweets from Twitter but the presenter has left hers and said: “This is part of the seriousness. You go from being the love of his life (in his mind) as his tweets show, to being insulted as soon as you stand up and say NO. This is a very serious reality”.
The user has now had his Twitter account suspended.
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Originally from the UK, Alex is based in Almeria and is a web reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news.
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