Georgia Love slams anonymous ‘Gen Z trolls’ after her holiday drama in Saudi Arabia with husband Lee Elliott
Georgia Love has come out to demand more accountability and harsh consequences for “Gen Z trolls” who hide their identities while harassing users online.
Writing on opinion blog The Big Smoke, the 33-year-old former star of The Bachelorette didn’t hold back.
Georgia claims she’s experienced “some form of abuse” every day in the six years since she first appeared on television, and says it’s never happened “in person.”
Georgia Love (pictured) is calling for more accountability and harsh consequences for “Gen Z trolls” who hide their identities while harassing users online
“According to our eSafety Commissioner, 44% of young Australians report negative interactions online, including 15% citing threats or abuse,” the podcaster wrote.
Elsewhere in her story, the controversial reality star called for greater accountability for users who troll, claiming, “If there are no consequences for what someone says or does, then how can we possibly shut the floodgates, or at least man.” ?
Georgia’s spray comes shortly after she suffered backlash from fans following a trip to Saudi Arabia.
The 33-year-old former The Bachelorette star wrote on opinion blog The Big Smoke that in the six years since she first appeared on television, she has experienced “some form of abuse” every day. Pictured: anonymous troll
The star and husband Lee Elliott recently received a paid trip from Visit Saudi to promote tourism in the nation.
The pair were reportedly asked by Saudi tourism officials to delete their posts.
But her holiday drew plenty of controversy, with many fans denouncing the country’s appalling human rights record in the Middle East.
Georgia’s op-ed piece comes shortly after reality star and husband Lee Elliott recently got a full-expenses trip from Visit Saudi to boost tourism in the nation (pictured). The trip ended in controversy with fans slamming the couple on social media
Shortly thereafter, both Georgia and Lee removed all of their social media posts, allegedly on orders from Saudi tourism officials, according to a report in The Daily Telegraph on Wednesday.
Lee later addressed the backlash in a post on Instagram, explaining that he understands the anger her vacation has sparked.
“We thought long and hard about coming and we decided to come as the world is changing for the better and Saudi with it,” he wrote.