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UK News Fake Madeleine McCann troll posts vicious message after parents snapped at Scots restaurant

15:35  10 november  2019
15:35  10 november  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Madeleine McCann 's parents are being bombarded with hate mail from trolls as a result of the Thankfully the website is not airing their vicious bile." The new eight-part series by the American Maddie Netflix doc claims Kate McCann snapped at Portuguese police the day after Madeleine

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a group of people sitting at a table in a restaurant: Kate and Gerry McCann were pictured having a meal at a restaurant in Scotland © Facebook Kate and Gerry McCann were pictured having a meal at a restaurant in Scotland

A vile troll posing as left a cruel comment on a picture of the missing girl's parents at a restaurant in Scotland.

Kate and Gerry, who was born in Glasgow , were snapped eating out in pictures uploaded to Facebook on Saturday night.

Among the 3,700 comments was an abusive profile set up under the name of their daughte,r who was just three years old when she vanished from a hotel room in the Algarve region of Portugal in 2007.

Her parents, from Rothley in Leicestershire, were dining with friends in a restaurant at the time.

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A 63-year-old woman who was one of several “Internet trolls ” who posted mean, hurtful comments to the parents of missing girl Madeleine McCann , was found dead in a hotel room in Leicester, England, on Saturday afternoon, reports the New York Daily News.

THE family of Madeleine McCann have begged people not to feed trolls online, instead urging people to let the vile commenters "starve for attention". The post , written by the unnamed webmaster, added: "This is not a place for you to post your negative opinions about the McCann family.

The callous comment read: "Mum and dad are closer than I thought".

It is unclear if the account was set up in Scotland.

A deep dive into the profile revealed a catalogue of horrific racist and homophobic posts, including multiple depraved jokes about the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York.

Other sick comments joke about being in a relationship with paedophile Jimmy Saville, David Bowie's death and suicide.

While some social media laughed at the repulsive posts, others called it out, branding the online monster "absolutely disgusting" and "bloody sick".

a close up of a girl: Madeleine McCann was just three when she vanished while on holiday in Portugal's Algarve region © PA Madeleine McCann was just three when she vanished while on holiday in Portugal's Algarve region

Another wrote: "The poor girl could be dead and you’re sat here making up stupid accounts you horrible person."

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MADELEINE McCann 's parents are furious after sick trolls made a fake Instagram account for their missing daughter just to get 'likes' on the social media site. The account posts pictures of people with Maddie's face photoshopped on and makes jokes about the tragic tot's disappearance.

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While another posted: "I'm shocked at the amount of sick minded people. A 3-year-old has been missing for 12 years, I dread to think what she's been through if she's still alive."

The revolting profile was discovered on a viral post showing Kate, and Gerry, both 51, enjoying a meal while in Scotland.

Pictures show the pair carrying plates of food back to their table believed to be at the Beijing Banquet in Renfrew.

The post has racked up 1,300 likes and has been shared over 3,200 times since being uploaded on Saturday evening.

Sadly, this is not the first time a twisted online account has been set up in Madeleine's name.

Earlier this year the Record exposed a fake Tinder dating account claiming to be 'Maddie', aged 18.

The distasteful profile, with the bio "just want some loving, I have daddy issues, here for a good yin", came up in searches on the app for people seeking dates in Glasgow .

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Madeleine McCann is a British child who went missing on the evening of Thursday, 3 May 2007, shortly before her fourth birthday, from an apartment in Praia da Luz, Portugal

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It comes after Netflix released an eight-part documentary series on the infamous case in March this year, featuring theories behind the toddler's disappearance and interviews with multiple key players from the investigation.

a man and a woman posing for the camera: Kate and Gerry McCann © Getty Images Kate and Gerry McCann

Madeleine disappeared from a holiday apartment where she was sleeping with her two younger siblings in Praia da Luz in May 2007.

Kate and Gerry were dining with friends at a nearby tapas restaurant when she vanished from her bed. They did not approve of the documentary and chose not take part.

Social media had been rife with trolling of the parents and nasty comments referencing Madeleine's disappearance when it was aired.

Last month Kate and Gerry thanked the public for 'being by our side' after being granted a £300,000 fund to continue their search.

The couple vowed to continue the worldwide hunt 'for as long as it takes'.

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