Chelsee Healey reveals the heartbreaking racist abuse her five-year-old daughter Coco receives | The Sun
HOLLYOAKS favourite Chelsee Healey has told of the "heartbreaking" racial abuse directed at daughter Coco.
The Goldie McQueen actress, 33, has raised Coco as a single mum after she split from Coco's dad Jack Malloy.
She has previously opened up about vile Twitter trolls branding her daughter a "monkey" when she was just two years of age.
Now, with the slew of racist abuse continuing, Chelsee has told of the situation now her toddler is five.
Speaking about the messages sent to her via social media the Hollyoaks actress told The Daily Star: "My daughter gets sent racist abuse through social media.
"I've been sent a lot of messages about Coco. When it's about an innocent child it's not nice. It's heartbreaking.
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"But I try not to reply back. I don't entertain it."
She added: "I'm quite thick-skinned. But when they send stuff about your child it's a completely different ballgame.
"If they go out of their way to say something nasty about someone, then they are the ones with the problem."
Chelsee and Coco's father, Jack, parted ways for good not long after she gave birth to Coco in July 2017, after an on/off relationship.
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The pair first started dating in 2014, but the relationship was plagued by trouble after he was jailed for 12 months in 2016.
The Sun revealed how Jack, 28, admitted dangerous driving, using a vehicle without insurance and driving while disqualified.
He’d previously been given a suspended sentence for producing cannabis.
Back in 2020, Chelsee told how she wanted to speak out about Coco's trolling following the Black Lives Matter protests taking place across the globe in response to the death of George Floyd in America.
"You know what, I get nasty messages all day mostly about me!" the former Strictly Come Dancing runner-up wrote.
"I'm a big girl, I can handle that, but saying something so disgusting about my beautiful, innocent baby upsets me especially when there's nothing you can do to protect them from people's vile words."
One of her followers commented on her tweet: "Why aren’t these people banned from social media?
"If you’ve got nothing nice to say- don’t say anything at all. Feel sorry for my kids growing up in this digital world."
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Another concerned follower typed: "Wow I have no words. Shocking and sickening beyond belief."
Chelsee has proudly showed off her strong bond with her only child on her Instagram page, with the pair often dressing in mini-me matching outfits.
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