Jodie Marsh slams Essex Police over death threats
Jodie Marsh took to Twitter to slam Essex Police claiming they have done nothing to stop her receiving death threats.
Jodie Marsh has slammed Essex Police following threats on her life.
The glamour model turned bodybuilder took to Twitter today (15.10.14) to express her relief that authorities had stepped up to support Judy Finnigan's daughter Chloe Madeley after she was trolled for comments her mother made regarding rape on her ITV panel show 'Loose Women', but claims she has received no such help.
Jodie, 35, attacked the force directly on the social media site claiming they had done nothing to protect her over the past two years, throughout which she has received countless threats on her life.
She wrote: "I'm very happy that the police are taking @MadeleyChloe threats seriously but it does make me wonder why @EssexPoliceUK won't help ME....
"I've been getting death threats for the best part of 2 years & I'm terrified. I know who it is & I'm scared when out at events.
"When I did that charity abseil a while back, my stalker threatened to cut the rope! @EssexPoliceUK told me to "stay indoors".
"I have lost ALL faith in @EssexPoliceUK and I'm still scared for my life. My security measures have quadrupled & I rarely go out.
"I've been told by @EssexPoliceUK there's nothing more they can do even though I am STILL getting death threats from the same person. (sic)"
Jodie feels so let down by the Essex police force she confessed she has even considered moving out of her home.
She said: "Being totally honest, it makes me want to move abroad. I don't feel safe anywhere knowing this person is watching me & out there!"
The Brentwood-born star added she is grateful for her "inner strength" which has helped her get through the "worst two years" of her life.
Jodie said: "I'm thankful I'm a strong woman tbh. I would not be getting through each day without my inner strength. It's been the worst two years."