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Moana Hope reveals how she deals with vile trolls on social media who target her sexuality

Moana Hope has broken barriers for the gay and lesbian community through her esteemed career in the AFLW.

And despite all the positive achievements she’s made, the 33-year-old said she still deals with vile trolls on social media on a daily basis that target her sexuality.

The former Collingwood star told The Daily Telegraph on Saturday: ‘Mostly, and I would put this at probably 99 per-cent, it is older men.’ 

Speaking out: AFLW star Moana Hope revealed this week how she deals with vile social media trolls who target her sexuality on a daily basis

Speaking out: AFLW star Moana Hope revealed this week how she deals with vile social media trolls who target her sexuality on a daily basis

Speaking out: AFLW star Moana Hope revealed this week how she deals with vile social media trolls who target her sexuality on a daily basis

She said doesn’t take notice of the nasty messages she receives from the critics and ‘deletes and blocks them’. 

‘I just delete and block them and I don’t given them the satisfaction of a reaction.’ 

She added that the trolls just want ‘to be validated,’ so she finds completely ignoring them is best.

'I just delete and block them': She said doesn't take notice of the nasty messages she receives from the critics. Moana pictured with her wife, Isabella Carlstrom

'I just delete and block them': She said doesn't take notice of the nasty messages she receives from the critics. Moana pictured with her wife, Isabella Carlstrom

‘I just delete and block them’: She said doesn’t take notice of the nasty messages she receives from the critics. Moana pictured with her wife, Isabella Carlstrom

Moana is married to model Isabella Carlstrom and pair have just welcomed a daughter, Svea, three months.

This comes after Moana revealed she had a cancer scare at the same time that her wife Isabella was going through her own health issues.

Last week, she told Stellar she had discovered a lump in her breast – a very concerning finding as her late father died passed away from cancer when she was 12. 

Thankfully, the tests returned negative, the Australian Survivor star said: ‘We’re very lucky it wasn’t cancerous because the doctor told me I had a 50/50 chance it was.’ 

‘All I was thinking during all of this was, if anything happened to me, what would happen to Svea, Vinny and Bell? I’m just so happy it came back OK.’

Health concerns: This comes after Moana revealed she had a cancer scare at the same time that her wife Isabella was going through her own health issues

Health concerns: This comes after Moana revealed she had a cancer scare at the same time that her wife Isabella was going through her own health issues

Health concerns: This comes after Moana revealed she had a cancer scare at the same time that her wife Isabella was going through her own health issues 

'I'm just so happy it came back OK': Moana told Stellar on Saturday she had discovered a lump in her breast. Thankfully, the tests returned negative, she said: 'We're very lucky it wasn't cancerous because the doctor told me I had a 50/50 chance it was'

'I'm just so happy it came back OK': Moana told Stellar on Saturday she had discovered a lump in her breast. Thankfully, the tests returned negative, she said: 'We're very lucky it wasn't cancerous because the doctor told me I had a 50/50 chance it was'

‘I’m just so happy it came back OK’: Moana told Stellar on Saturday she had discovered a lump in her breast. Thankfully, the tests returned negative, she said: ‘We’re very lucky it wasn’t cancerous because the doctor told me I had a 50/50 chance it was’ 

Moana’s cancer scare followed the birth of their daughter Svea in November, as well as Isabella’s own health struggle.

The model was rushed into an emergency operation to remove 5cm of placenta she had retained six weeks after giving birth.

And after undergoing more tests, doctors also found the new mother had a very low iron count, and is now undergoing transfusions to bring her levels back up.

Post-pregnancy: Isabella was rushed into an emergency operation to remove 5cm of placenta retained six weeks after she gave birth. After undergoing more tests, doctors also found she had a very low iron count, and is now undergoing transfusions to bring her levels back up

Post-pregnancy: Isabella was rushed into an emergency operation to remove 5cm of placenta retained six weeks after she gave birth. After undergoing more tests, doctors also found she had a very low iron count, and is now undergoing transfusions to bring her levels back up

Post-pregnancy: Isabella was rushed into an emergency operation to remove 5cm of placenta retained six weeks after she gave birth. After undergoing more tests, doctors also found she had a very low iron count, and is now undergoing transfusions to bring her levels back up

Isabella said of her pregnancy experience: ‘You can’t compare it to anything. It’s unbelievable – I have nothing but pride for myself, even in my hardest moments.’

Moana and Isabella’s romance began when they met at a party back in 2017. The couple married two years later, in August 2019.

In May 2020, they announced they were expecting their first child together through IVF. They welcomed daughter Svea in November.

Loved up: Moana and Isabella married in August 2019. They welcomed daughter Svea, via IVF, in November

Loved up: Moana and Isabella married in August 2019. They welcomed daughter Svea, via IVF, in November

Loved up: Moana and Isabella married in August 2019. They welcomed daughter Svea, via IVF, in November

Source: Daily Mail Australia | World News

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