Josie Gibson reveals sister and dog were attacked by man ‘in broad daylight’ and says ‘police did nothing’

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Josie Gibson has revealed her little sister and pet dog were attacked by a stranger and said the police did nothing despite reporting it to the authorities.

The Big Brother winner, who shed 10lbs in lockdown, admitted the "young male" tackled her 18 year old sister to the ground, before throwing her dog on the floor.

Speaking to The Sun, the 36 year old explained: "A young male picked up my little dog and threw him to the ground and then he rugby tackled my 18 year old baby sister in broad daylight down to the ground.

"It was only that both my sisters are a bit like me and they'll put up a bit of a fight. They were screaming at him.


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"I think in the end he thought, 'I'm not going to get anywhere with these girls because there's two of them' and he ran off in the end," she divulged.

The This Morning star went on to share that her two sisters "were so frightened" by the ordeal and claims the police have done nothing about it.

This comes after Josie decided to quit social media in January after getting fed up trolls sending her negative comments.

She took to Twitter on 7 January to inform her Twitter followers about her decision.

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"Right I am off my phone and Social until The 13th Jan so if I don't reply I'm not being rude," she wrote.

"I just keep finding myself on my phone and reading into all the negativity and it's not healthy for anyone. I actually feel like AI I'm on my phone so much its disturbing."

Following her post, Josie's followers flocked to the comments section to comfort the reality star.

One fan commented: "Josie, you are amazing and a lovely person. I love seeing you on tv, please keep on being yourself," with a kiss face emoji.

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A second added: "Don’t listen to those who spout their venom while hiding behind their phones. You make the nation smile – take time to make yourself smile again x," [sic] alongside a red heart emoji.

The mum-of-one, who collaborated with Alison Hammond on a TV show, was previously forced to defend herself from trolls.

A cruel troll attacked her and body-shamed the star after watching her on This Morning.

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