Former Love Island contestant Malin Andersson has urged viewers to stop trolling Arabella Chi.
Some fans of the ITV2 dating series have taken a dislike to the model ever since Danny Williams picked her over original islander Yewande Biala, sending the Irish scientist packing.
It was during Wednesday night's episode that Malin hit out after noticing certain social media comments about Arabella.
Malin, who appeared on the 2016 series of the show, fired: "So much trolling on Arabella’s insta page. People seriously stop it. She has to come out and see all of it. Have any of ya not learnt????"
During the nightly ITV2 shows some fans have taken to Twitter to share mean nicknames for Arabella, who was revealed as an ASOS maternity model this week.
It's not the first time Malin has spoken out against the online abuse of reality stars. She has been vocal on the matter, along with fellow alumni Zara Holland and Olivia Buckland, following the death of friend and fellow Love Island castmate Sophie Gradon last year.
Earlier on Wednesday, Malin was also praised by fans for sharing a beautiful letter she penned to her younger self.
After years of stressing about how toned her stomach is, how perky her boobs are, having cellulite and even taking laxatives to lose weight, Malin said she's completely changed her outlook on life.
Alongside a snap of her in bikini, she wrote: "Hey there young self. I wanna have a quick word with you.. In around 8-10 years time you would have given birth to the most beautiful little girl. Things weren’t meant to be and she left this earth.. But there’s a lot more to it. You finally learnt how to love and appreciate your body.
"That toned stomach you always wanted – no longer. The uplifted perky boobs – no longer… Bra fat, back fat? Yes please. Cellulite ? Well it’s been there the whole time but you just stopped stressing and trying to rub your skin raw with weird salts."
Malin continued to say finally learning to love herself had left her hair, skin and nails glowing.
"Oh.. and you’ll also be helping thousands of women/men on different issues. How rewarding is that? That is the definition of fulfilment.," she added.
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