Emily Atack on the ‘nightmare’ of dating celebrities and the terrifyingly bad abuse she received

Last year, the actress found herself at the center of a media storm when she was in a relationship with soccer player Jack Grealish, but she says she’d rather date ‘normal’ guys – and wish men would stop sending her pictures of their penises

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Emily Atack opened up about love and abuse online as she emerged from the media storm that engulfed her last year when she was linked with footballer Jack Grealish.

Funny 32-year-old actress remained tight-lipped about her alleged accompanying The 26-year-old English player and Man City’s Jack – who had a 10-year romance with her childhood sweetheart, Sasha Attwood, 25.

While Emily has yet to fully discuss what happened or didn’t happen between her and Jack last year, a new interview has revealed her hinting at her thoughts on dating. with a celebrity – and it didn’t look like the situation she wanted. court.

Instead, Emily claims she’d rather date a non-celebrity than endure the “nightmare” of being with a famous power couple – but added that her own fame It also makes it difficult to date non-celebs.

Emily Atack opened up about love – and abuse online



Quotes of The Sun on Sunday star – also person linked with serious star Giovanni Pernice earlier this month – said: “The thing is, I like to date normal guys who are not noticed by the public.

“(But then) they said, ‘I can’t deal with all this pressure’ because they were drawn to be my boyfriend really fast.

“And dating someone famous is a nightmare because it’s just this massive thing. Basically, I’m the right person. When things get serious, I find it really hard.”

In a podcast, Emily also revealed about the abuse she received in the form of unsolicited sexually explicit photos from men.

Emily was linked with Jack Grealish last year – but she says dating famous men is a ‘nightmare’


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The star – who has supported the campaign to turn cybercriminals – was unimpressed when men sent her pictures of “furry briefcases” and other parts of their bodies.

“Before breakfast, I saw about ten penises that I hadn’t asked to see,” she said.

“If someone sends me a sexually explicit text, I say, ‘Why would they say that to me?’. It makes you question who you are and why are you single.”

Emily has expressed outrage at receiving sexually explicit photos in the past.

Last year She shared her horror with The Mirror the fact that she will receive unsolicited and unsolicited x-rated pictures from men of all ages.

She said at the time: “I was training the day before, before 10 a.m. I saw three penises that I hadn’t asked to see, three c**k injections had been sent.

“If I were to step out into the street for coffee and there were three men chasing me down the street, I would be crushed, I would be traumatized, but honestly, there’s something going on when it’s online, and I hate to admit this, I’ve become so used to it, I just want to say, ‘Oh for your sake, ah, my god, urgh’.

She continued: “It goes from teenage boys, to middle-aged men, to really old men, to old single men who are probably very lonely, and men older man is married and has a daughter in their profile picture.”

Emily is campaigning to change the law to prevent online abuse



She added: “The horrible thing is that no one is around to say, ‘Oi, don’t say that! That’s horrible’. They’re allowed to do it, and I have to bear it.”

Emily is currently campaigning to change the law so that people who send sexually explicit or abusive content over the internet without prior consent will be reprimanded.

“There needs to be tougher punishments, prison intimidation needs to be enforced,” she said earlier this month. Real action is needed if the online world is to become a safer world. “

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