A woman who has a history of sending vile social media messages has said ‘serves her right’ about murdered Preston mother.
The tragic passing of Rosie Darbyshire hit her local community hard, as many people have since gathered to remember the mother of one.
Preston North End fans held a minutes applause for Rosie while also remembering club legend Sir Tom Finney and World Cup winner Gordon Banks.
On a tweet posted a week ago by Preston Police giving details of a tribute left by Rosie’s family, Twitter user Katie Louise Bell decided to leave a vile comment.
Preston Police’s tweet which revealed Rosie had died due to head injuries, ‘@katiebabes62’ replied, ‘served her right’.
Serves her right x
— katie louise bell (@katiebabes62) February 7, 2019
According to Worcester News, Katie has a record for leaving distressing comments, having previously trolled an appeal to find a missing student.
Following several reports about the comment, West Mercia Police tweeted, ‘Hi all, apologies for any distress caused by the account you’ve reported.
‘The individual has posted on our Facebook page with the same account name – we’ve taken action on both platforms to remove the account and the content as we believe it’s a troll.’
Superintendent Damian Pettit told the Worcester News, ‘An offensive tweet was posted in response to a video uploaded on the West Mercia Police twitter yesterday evening.