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Ashley Cain gave support online as villains left him ‘suicide’ following the death of his daughter Azaylia

REALITY star Ashley Cain has been supported online after revealing his heartbreaking mental health battle following the death of his young daughter Azaylia.

The grieving father shared a statement on Instagram in which he defended a recent night out with friends that led to shocking criticism from malice. keyboard warrior.

Ashley Cain has revealed his heartbreaking mental health battle after sick trolls attacked him for hanging out with friends last night

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Ashley Cain has revealed his heartbreaking mental health battle after sick trolls attacked him for hanging out with friends last night
The reality TV star went on a live tour Seriously Come Dancing on Saturday night

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The reality TV star went on a live tour Seriously Come Dancing on Saturday night

The Ex On The Beach star attended the band’s latest travel show serious standing with brother Matty on Saturday night and was seen smiling and dancing in the videos.

Share pictures from the evening, Ashley, 31, said the event was a necessary break from the reality of his daily struggles after a bad year.

“Maybe I just want to try to enjoy an evening and replace the suicidal thoughts I have every day since my daughter passed away in my arms for a few hours trying to be happy,” he wrote. “

The TV star revealed he shielded his grief to keep his loved ones healthy including Azaylia’s girlfriend and mother Safiyya Vorajee.

“I feel that the stronger I am, the more people judge me, the more people attack and the more they try to take me down,” he continued.

“You can’t believe how people try to use trolls, harassment and bribery against me every day. People have to endure acts of personal attacks on my daughter, herself. me and the people close to me.”

In an incredibly honest confession, Ashley added: “Sometimes I feel like the only way people who don’t even know me will stop, is if I kill myself.

You’re not alone

Every 90 minutes in the UK, a life is lost to suicide.

It’s non-discriminatory, touching the lives of people in every corner of society – from the homeless and unemployed to builders and doctors, reality stars and footballers. football.

It is the leading killer of people under the age of 35, killing more people than cancer and car accidents.

And men are three times more likely to take their own life than women.

It is rarely talked about, however, a taboo that threatens to continue its deadly rampage unless we all stop and take notice now.

That’s why The Sun launched the You’re Not Alone campaign.

The goal is that by sharing practical advice, raising awareness, and breaking down barriers people face when it comes to their mental health, we can all do our best to help. save.

Let’s all pray for help when we need it and listen to others… You’re not alone.

If you, or anyone you know, need help dealing with mental health issues, the following organizations will provide support:

“They don’t understand the pain I’m going through and the consequences their actions are having on everyone around me. I’m someone with a past of trying to be better. As I write this, I remain calm. because I am not afraid of death, my path will not change because of hate.

“However, it breaks my heart when people want to go through all the bitterness and hatred, speculation and variations of lies to discredit someone who’s trying to smile, trying to be nice. more, trying to keep my daughter’s name alive and trying to make a difference to childhood cancer, mental health and the warriors who are fighting it.

“Maybe one day people will understand, maybe not. Maybe by the time they do, it will be too late.”

“Maybe they’ll read this and think more wisely about how to spend their time. Maybe now they’ll understand why I have to do things as incredibly hard as I do, why it matters. important to me and to the people around me why should I do this”. “

His post sparked hundreds of comments from angry supporters, with Safiyya writing: “You don’t have to explain yourself to anyone!

“What we’ve been through is the worst pain anyone can go through! Shame on anyone who tries to bring on hate and negativity! Be proud 🥲 Be strong and be righteous! me! Btw the outfit is 🔥 👏🧡”

Mental health campaigner and TV presenter Fearne Cotton wrote: “You and Safiyya generously let us all into your world and shared your story to help so many others.

“You’ve built a beautiful community of people who really care. Only note those. They’re the only comments that matter. 🙏🏼🧡”

Meanwhile, actress and author Giovanna Fletcher wrote, “A lot of people have nothing but love and respect for you. We can never control other people’s minds and try to. Arguing in a few voices is often a waste of our energy – you have amazing energy that you are doing so many good things with. A LOT of LOVE is going around because of you! 🧡 xx”

The reality TV star’s colleague Calum Best also reached out his hand and said, “You stay here!

“F**k people who don’t know, you know yourself, you shouldn’t have to face any outside opinions about what you do in life let alone what you do to help it’s a serious weight to carry what you’re going through and anyone questioning your motives, reasoning, spending or whatever could be some kind of person short. “

And Julia, mother of serious star Maisie Smith, thanked Ashley for supporting her daughter at the show, writing: “Thank you SO MUCH for coming to support my daughter yesterday ❤️ so happy to be here. meet you, your brother and your friends. You must definitely come & see us in Leigh soon xxx”

This is not the first time Ashley has spoken out about the abuse his family has faced since Azaylia’s death.

Ashley has been raising funds to help other families with children with cancer following Azaylia’s death at the age of eight months last April.

She was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia at the age of 8 weeks.

Sadly, he was accused spend the late daughter’s fundraiser on supercars and designer clothes and was hacked back last July.

In an exclusive interview with The Sun last month Ashley and Safiyya – who has participated in various challenges to raise cash and help children – said the money helped buy life-saving equipment.

Safiyya told The Sun last month: “The Azaylia Foundation bought equipment that helps with blood research and can handle 10 babies in an hour.

“In the past, in the lab, they could only do two kids a day. The community has achieved this.” They helped a lot, it’s phenomenal.

“Azaylia is an inspiration and it’s a warm feeling to know how much she is helping people.”

Last photo of Ashley with her late daughter Azaylia

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Last photo of Ashley with her late daughter AzayliaSource: Social Media – Reference Source
Ashley and Safiyya, who started dating in 2020, have big plans for The Azaylia Foundation

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Ashley and Safiyya, who started dating in 2020, have big plans for The Azaylia FoundationCredit: miss_safiyya_ / Instagram
Ashley Cain hits out at the bad guys when he claims he’s spent his late daughter’s fundraiser to buy supercars and designer clothes

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