Olympic gymnast Beth Tweddle has called on the public to help those behind big social networking sites better police online trolls.
The Dancing On Ice star was the victim of abuse on Twitter last month and urged users to report any abuse they saw online.
"For me, Facebook and Twitter are all massive sites, they have got the key features of reporting it (abuse) - you can email them or you can get hold of them to say you have had a problem with the site.
"But it is also a case of the general public helping them - if they see something they are not happy with or they feel it is abuse against them or someone else then report it."
The triple world champion added: "It is just a case of 'when you send that, before you press send, how far do you want it to go?' If your Nan saw it, would she be pleased with it?"
Olympic gymnast and Dancing on Ice Champion Beth Tweddle was back in Liverpool today to unveil a body cast of herself.
The gold sculpture was made in celebration of her Olympic bronze medal and will be on display at the Liverpool Museum.
It's the first time Beth has been back in the North West since winning the ITV show Dancing on Ice.
Olympian Louis Smith tweeted to congratulated fellow gymnast Beth Tweddle on winning the Dancing on Ice title.
Beth Tweddle said she was "speechless" to be crowned Dancing on Ice champion. The gymnast added: "All credit goes to Matt, he's done an amazing skate tonight."
Beth Tweddle has been crowned the winner of ITV's Dancing on Ice.
Beth Tweddle and Matt Lapinskas went head-to-head in the Dancing on Ice final with their final routine of the competition, the Bolero.