Emily Atack gets sent disturbing videos of men performing sex acts ‘every day’

Emily Atack has revealed she has been the victim of a series of disturbing message on social media including being sent a video of a man performing a sex act on himself.

The 33-year-old TV star warned fans of the content before sharing a blurred out screenshot of the man masturbating with her followers, explaining that it happens "every day".

The message came just moments after she opened up about her experience with sexual harassment both as a child and now during an appearance on Ferne Cotton's podcast Happy Place.

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As she shared details of the horrific messages, the comic explained: "This was moments after I posted about my interview on @happyplaceofficial discussing my life with constant sexual harassment.

"A man sending me videos of him masturbating. This will now continue to happen throughout the day. All day, every day."

Speaking to Fearne, The Inbetweeners star shared: "Feeling sexy to me, has become something I rely on, it's my support blanket.

"So, to be told that I need to take it away because I'm going to have rape threats sent to me and it's not classy, that really upsets me because you're asking me not to be myself.”

She detailed how she has experienced sexual harassment "in the streets" from a young age and admitted she finds being sent abuse online "every day" very "tough".

Emily is set to tackle online sexual harassment in a new BBC documentary

She will explore whether enough is being done to protect young women and girls online, and what needs to change.

The film will follow Emily as she continues the debate that took her to parliament in February 2022 to try and make cyber-flashing illegal.

She will also open up about things that have happened in her own life, and her experiences of attracting unwanted sexual attention from a very young age, including speaking to her family about this for the very first time and reflecting on how these incidents have shaped her.

Emily said: "Over the last two and a half years I've been speaking out about my own personal experiences of online sexual harassment.

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“Within that time, one thing has become clear, I'm not alone.

“With this documentary, I am hoping to find answers to the many questions I’ve been asking myself my entire life, and I hope it will go on to help thousands of others too.

“It’s been wonderful working with Little Gem and the BBC on a project that is so incredibly close to my heart.”

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