BBC Breakfast about her experience of receiving "sexually violent threats" on social media.The former then hit back defiantly at one Twitter user who suggested the star had brought on the problem herself.Attaching a clip from the interview in a Twitter story, she lamented: "What struck me about this is that Emily (like lots of us) had in part blamed herself."Too much cleavage? Too open about her sex life? She's ready to say no - harassment is harassment and it's unlawful."However one follower dismissively tweeted: "Well lets be honest, she has built her career on acting like this - how do you expect young lads to react?"Nina quickly hit back: "Within the law.There’s a start."A stream of Twitter users also rushed to Emily's defence, horrified to learn that she had been flooded with pornographic images and violent threats during the pandemic.@jarvo1912 echoed: "Absolutely ZERO excuse for the abuse she’s suffered!! And as for your comment, that makes you part of the problem…"@brian_lewis67 chimed in: "There is never any reason to abuse and harass a person in a sexual manner.
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