Kerry Katona: ‘I wish I could protect Molly from bullies’

After her eldest daughter, Molly McFadden is trolled, Kerry Katona is feeling powerless to stop it

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Last week Kerry Katona treated two of her daughters - Molly, 14, and Lily-Sue, 13 - to a fun day out at Thorpe Park, but after photos of them enjoying the rides were printed - something Kerry, 35, also promoted on Twitter - vile comments surfaced online slamming Molly’s looks.

One user wrote: “Molly's 14? She looks at least 10 years older.” While another added: “Why let your 14-year-old beautiful daughter put makeup on and dye her hair to make her look decades older?” Others reference Molly’s size, writing: “She needs to educate her daughter about healthy eating and exercise!”

Insiders say Kerry, 35, is now blaming herself for exposing Molly to the barrage of online bullying.

A source says: “Kerry is wracked with guilt, she feels terrible Molly has been subjected to such comments. She often wishes her kids weren’t in the spotlight as well, but she knows it’s too late to undo that and she’s trying hard to love and support her kids and earn money.

“Kerry knows that trolls are part and parcel of the type of life she leads but, like any mother would be, she’s hurt that people are attacking Molly. She's just frustrated she can't do anything and wishes she could protect Molly from trolls.”

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