‘I’m actually disgusted’: Katie Price’s son Junior, 14, warns fans after discovering Snapchat impostor is asking for inappropriate pictures
Junior’s own account is verified with a blue tick, but the 14-year-old shared a screengrab of a fake account account with the name Junior_andre on Monday.
He wrote: ‘I have had ppl ask me if this is me. This is not me. This person is tryna claim it’s me.
‘I’m actually disgusted’: Katie Price’s son Junior, 14, has warned fans after discovering a Snapchat impostor is asking people for inappropriate pictures
‘If u r one of the ppl who have added this disgusting person then block n report him or she. Acc disgusted. Whoever this is…’
He continued: ‘Reason I’m so disgusted is cuz they r tryna get u to send inappropriate pictures. N also sending them back claiming to be me.
‘Block n report them now if u r one of the ppl to have added them.’
Back in 2017, Junior’s father Peter said that he had banned his eldest children from using social media as he feared they would be the target of vile online trolls.
Letting people know: Junior’s own account is verified with a blue tick, but the 14-year-old shared a screengrab of a fake account account with the name Junior_andre on Monday
Taking action: Junior was upset by the discovery and wanted to safeguard his fans by telling them
He told The Mirror: ‘The bullying I went through wasn’t like someone calling you names. I was beaten up pretty bad.’
He explained: ‘I don’t let Princess or Junior go on social media or things like that yet. I am very strict, I don’t allow it in the house at all.
‘I worry about cyber bullying – all these things kids are going through, worrying about what they look like, worrying about what someone is saying about them.’
As well as Junior and Princess, 12, from his marriage to Katie, Peter is also father to Amelia, five and Theo, two, from his marriage to wife Emily.
Worries: Back in 2017, Peter said that he had banned his children, including Princess, 12, from using social media – but it appears as though he had a change of heart down the line
Meanwhile, in light of Little Mix singer Jesy Nelson’s documentary about the impact online trolling can have on people in the public eye, Peter shared his experiences with New Magazine and fears for his children.
Peter recalled: ‘One of my worst experiences of trolling was around the time Twitter first became a thing, I even had to appear in court to give evidence against someone whose trolling made me physically sick.
On having children in the public eye, the singer continued: ‘I do worry about my kids being targeted online and receiving harsher trolling than other kids because they’re recognised.
‘If you’re a parent in the public eye you could bring out a song that’s terrible or star in a TV show that gets laughed at but it’s your kids who the trolls have a go at.’
There for them: On having children in the public eye, the singer continued: ‘I do worry about my kids being targeted online and receiving harsher trolling than other kids because they’re recognised