Ulrika Jonsson says she’s a ‘very liberal parent’
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Swedish star Ulrika Jonsson stripped off to highlight the importance of men’s mental health in a new campaign. However, the star has now spoken out after a troll sent her a brutal message on social media.
Taking to her Instagram stories, the television presenter shared the message she had been sent.
This read: “This has nothing to do with men mental health, this is just another attention seeking person who porn c**p and is responsible if someone gets raped.
“Men are NOT the only one that is guilty of young girls getting raped.
“These stars are just as much guilty because of their part in everything.”(sic)
Ulrika then hit back as she replied: “That’s absolutely right.
“I’m guilty of the rape of young girls because I’ve taken my clothes off for charity.”
The presenter shared a naked snap of her in her garden yesterday.
Posing in only her wellington boots, she did so to raise awareness for mental health.
She also had a flower in her hair and some minimal jewellery as she held her wheelbarrow in the photo taken by Emma Talitha Reynolds.
Alongside the snap, she penned: “To mark us becoming 150k strong on this page, I’m baring myself for @strongmenorguk .
“Text STRONG to 70085 to donate £5 to help men cope with bereavement; open up and talk about grief.
“It’s never unmanly to talk.”
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She then added: “No flowers were harmed in the making of this.”
Ulrika nominated some of her friends to take on the challenge next.
These included Ore Oduba, Saira Khan, Jenny Stoute, James Cracknell and Richard Bertinet.
Her post sent many of her followers into meltdown as the mum-of-four gained more than 23,000 likes for the post.
As well as this, she was also inundated with plenty of support after posting it.
One fan wrote: “Omg this is EVERYTHING!!! NOT A FILTER IN SIGHT! Thank you beautiful Lady for your realness”(sic)
Another penned: “I’m suddenly crying…I feel seen and normal.
“An unfiltered, middle aged and incredibly beautiful body.”
“You are an amazing woman,” wrote a third follower.
A fourth also penned: “This is awesome Ulrika Ka Ka Ka Ka (shooting stars never die)
“Really good to see you backing a campaign for men’s mental and emotional health.”
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