Police say they have arrested a teenager after a Twitter troll accused Team GB diver Tom Daley of letting down his late father.
A 17-year-old male has been arrested at a guest house in the Weymouth area of Dorset, according to a tweet from Dorset Police.
Regarding tweets to @tomdaley1994 - 17-year-old man arrested this morning at a guest house in the Weymouth area. Enquiries continue.
Daley and his partner Pete Waterfield missed out on a medal when they finished fourth in the men's synchronised 10m platform diving event at the Olympics.
Shortly afterwards, Daley retweeted a message from a Twitter user that made reference to the diver's late father.
Daley's father Rob died in 2011 from brain cancer. Speaking before the Olympics, Daley revealed his father "gave me all the inspiration that I've needed".
– Tom Daley told the BBC
Winning a medal would make all the struggles that I've had worthwhile. It's been my dream since a very young age to compete at an Olympics.
I'm doing it for myself and my dad. It was both our dreams from a very young age.
I always wanted to do it and Dad was so supportive of everything.
It would make it extra special to do it for him.
Dorset Police confirmed on Twitter it was investigating the incident:
Regarding tweets to @tomdaley1994 - We are aware of the issue and we are actively looking into it.
This article was updated on Tuesday July 31.