With a campaign looking into online bullying being launched, we look at five celebrities who have been the victims of web trolls.
Figures released show that Eddie 'The Eagle' Edwards topped voting throughout new celebrity diving series Splash!
Olympic bronze medallist Tom Daley wants to return for a second series of diving show Splash! which reaches its finale tonight.
Olympic bronze medallist Tom Daley has had a tattoo as a permanent reminder of his London 2012 success.
The diver revealed the Olympics rings tattoo, on his upper arm, in a picture published to his followers on Twitter.
The 18-year-old, who stormed to a bronze medal in the Olympic 10m men's platform event, posed alongside fellow Team GB divers Chris Mears and Sarah Barrow, who showed off similar tattoos.
Daley wrote the message "Olympic tattoos :)" alongside the picture.
Earlier this year, Daley revealed his mother had given him a voucher for his birthday so he could have an Olympic tattoo after the Games.
Olympic star Tom Daley is very much in demand as he celebrates his A Level success.
Yet thousands of the diver's fans are being turned away from a book signing at Waterstone's in the Bluewater shopping centre in Kent because of excess numbers, ITV Meridian has reported.
The 18-year-old revealed earlier he scored straight As, including an A* in photography, following on from his bronze medal at London 2012.
His success in and out of the pool came despite losing his father Rob to brain cancer in 2011.
Tom Daley's coaches and teaching staff say they are "buzzing with excitement" in the hope that the Olympic diver will follow in his class-mate's footsteps and return to his home city with a gold.
The 18-year-old diving sensation is fancied to be in with a shout of a medal when he competes in the men's 10m diving platform, with crowds expected to turn out in force to watch Daley's efforts on a big screen in Plymouth city centre.
Jon Rudd, director of swimming at Plymouth College, said: "Knowing Tom and his coaching team, and the preparation they have put in, there is no-one better to win a gold."
Daley made his Olympic bow in Beijing four years ago, as a 14-year-old diving prodigy, and success since then has seen national confidence in Daley blossom.
A Welsh Premier League footballer has been suspended after an abusive message was sent to Olympic diver Tom Daley.
Port Talbot Town FC has confirmed its midfielder Daniel Thomas will be the subject of an internal investigation into a tweet sent to Team GB diver Daley.
Daley, 18, and diving partner Pete Waterfield missed out winning a medal at the 2012 Olympics when they finished fourth in the 10m synchronised dive on Monday.
According to reports, a homophobic message was sent to Daley's Twitter page from the 10DanThomas10 account, which has since been deleted.
It comes following a separate "trolling" incident involving Daley which resulted in the arrest of a teenager.
Police have said that the 17-year old arrested in the Weymouth area this morning, on suspicion of malicious communication has been issued with a harassment warning in connection to tweets to Olympic diver Tom Daley.
In addition to the warning the teenager has been bailed to return to the police station at a later date whilst Dorset Police investigate other communications on his Twitter account.
A spokeswoman for Dorset police gave this statement regarding the arrest of a teenager over the Twitter abuse directed at Olympic diver Tom Daley:
– Dorset police spokeswoman
A 17-year-old man was arrested by Dorset Police officers in the early hours this morning at a guesthouse in the Weymouth area on suspicion of malicious communications. He is currently helping police with their inquiries.
Deputy Mayor of the Olympic Village Duncan Goodhew, has told Daybreak, that the use of social media to criticise athletes is not acceptable.
He said: "The social media in one sense is fantastic, but turned the wrong way round is very very personal and it destroys people's lives."