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Entertainment Avicii's girlfriend lashes out at Internet trolls blaming her for his death

21:01  11 may  2018
21:01  11 may  2018 Source:   wonderwall.com

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Tereza Kačerová shared touching snaps of her with Avicii - real name Tim Bergling - and her little boy shortly after his death . Tragic DJ Avicii ' s girlfriend has lashed out at Internet trolls who have blamed her for the Wake Me Up hitmaker's death .

Mother whose four-year-old son drowned in a neighbour' s backyard swimming pool says internet trolls blame her for his death . Avicii ' s girlfriend has hit out at trolls who have abused her online following the DJ's death .

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Avicii's girlfriend, Tereza Kacerova, was understandably heartbroken when the DJ passed away on April 20 of apparent suicide, but now online trolls are making matters worse, even blaming her for his death.

After the hugely popular DJ passed, Tereza penned a lengthy Instagram post that gave insight into their loving relationship — she said she even "harassed" her beau's friends because she didn't believe that Tim Bergling, Avicii's real name, was gone.

It seems, though, that Tereza is now the one being harassed, but this time by Avicii's sickest fans. Earlier this week, she shared a post on Instagram indicating that she's being trolled over his unexpected passing.

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Avicii ' s girlfriend , Tereza Kacerova, was understandably heartbroken when the DJ passed away on April 20 of apparent suicide, but now online trolls are making matters worse, even blaming her for his death . Gabriel Olsen / GC Images.

Tereza Kacerova lashes out at the trolls , telling them to "seek professional help." Avicii ' s girlfriend , Tereza Kacerova, was understandably heartbroken when the DJ passed away on April 20 of apparent suicide, but now online trolls are making matters worse, even blaming her for his death .

"A lot of vultures stepped out of the shadows. You have accused me of 'exposing Tim' to get 'fame and money' while throwing every insult under the sun my way," she said. "This is the most horrible time of my life. I'm drowning in all-encompassing sadness."

The brightest stars burn out the fastest.

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She said she has a hard time explaining to her young son that he will never see Tim again.

She wrote, "Yet all you are capable of is negativity. Sweet little comments like: 'Tim decided to check out because he was sick of you,' go beyond crossing all lines, and you should be ashamed of yourselves for being such vile creatures… Strong words for anonymous accounts."

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Tragic DJ Avicii ' s girlfriend has lashed out at Internet trolls who have blamed her for the Wake Me Up hitmaker's death . Avicii , real name Tim Bergling, died unexpectedly last month (Apr18)

Avicii ' s girlfriend Tereza Kacerova has revealed how trolls have blamed her for his death . Following his shock death , model Tereza revealed she had been in a relationship with the star - real name Tim Bergling - and how he doted on her son Luka.

A post shared by Tereza Kačerová (@terezakacerova) on Dec 26, 2017 at 12:29pm PST

Tim, she said, would have been appalled with the trolls' behavior.

"You think it's in ANY way acceptable to try and make this more painful for me than it already is? Tim would have wanted this, Tim would have wanted that…' First of all, you don't even have the right to call him Tim," she wrote. "Because as far as I know, Tim didn't know you exist. So sit down. He's Tim to me. To you he's Avicii."

She continued, "If you actually knew Tim, even in the SLIGHTEST, you would know he would be disgusted at your despicable behavior. He would be appalled. You know nothing."

Tereza said several haters have even messaged the father of her son and her friends hoping that they, too, will blame Tereza. In a quick bit of advice, she told the trolls to "seek professional help." She also said she feels pity for those hurling mean-spirited words her way.

"Regardless, nobody needs to read any more of the worthless trash you spew," she said, adding that she was turning off the comments on Instagram.

She finished by taking a jab at the haters, writing, "For those of you being mean, to me because you feel like we're competing for Tim - let's be clear — you were never in the game."

Twitter will hide tweets from annoying trolls .
In March, Twitter announced that it would be working harder to encourage open, healthy, civil conversations on its platform and it asked outside experts to weigh in on the best way to do so. 

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