Harvey Price targeted AGAIN following Harvey’s Law victory

Katie Price has spoken out on social media...

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by Eden-Olivia Lord |
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Katie Price has shared her disappointment after she discovered her son Harvey Price was being trolled online again despite her petition to make online bullying a criminal offence.

She recently announced Harvey, 17, who suffers from Prader-Willi syndrome, was helping to raise money for NHS charities by designing his own t-shirts.

After she spotted that her son's name was trending on Twitter she was hoping it was because of his charitable work but was devastated to learn that was far from the truth.

"Saw Harvey Price was trending and thought perhaps people were praising him for his great efforts in raising money for @NHSCharities & @CavellTrust. Sadly not #HarveysLaw", she wrote on Twitter.

Lots of her followers were furious about the teenager being trolled with one person writing, "People sicken me, not even looking at the tweets. Harvey is one of the most innocent people in the world with the most caring mum. The love you have for each other is so clear and beautiful to see".

Someone else said, "It's tragic that people have nothing better to do with their time".

A third wrote, "Some humans are just disgusting. Great work Harvey xx".

One more added, "Well let’s get him trending for the right reasons Kate... Harvey is an awesome young dude and you are right to be so proud of him".

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Back in 2017, Katie made a stand and created a petition to make online bullying a crime, with the aim of starting an offenders' register.

The reality star managed to receive 220,000 signatures in just one week and after Parliament backed her, she received an apology from England cricketer Ben Stokes who mocked Harvey on Snapchat.

She later spoke out and admitted that due to his size and disabilities, online trolls found her son to be an easy target, but vowed, "I’m his voice, I’m going to protect him."

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