Giles Coren's home has been smeared in graffiti and littered with dog poo following a row over deleted tweets. The food critic, 51, sparked outrage after tweeting 'f*** off to hell' following the sudden death of journalist Dawn Foster, who had previously criticised him.
Foster, who had epilepsy and a rare genetic disorder, died last Thursday at the age of 34 after a spell in hospital, friends confirmed.
Foster once accused Giles of securing his position as the Times' restaurant critic because of his connection to famous father Alan Coren.
This week Giles tweeted: "When someone dies who has trolled you on Twitter, saying vile and hurtful things about you and your family, is it okay to be like, "I'm sorry for the people who loved you, andRead more on mirror.co.uk