Celebs Go Dating’s Nadia Essex reveals friend was victim of CRUEL attack

The love guru first rose to fame by helping the stars find romance on Celebs Go Dating. 

And it seems that Nadia Essex is dedicated to helping others in her personal life too. 

Taking to Twitter over the weekend, the dating advice expert revealed that her friend was the victim of a random attack. 

Standing up for her unlucky pal, the 37-year-old called to get rid of the stigma against reporting crimes using telephone number 101. 

Police 101 is the non-emergency phone number that allows you to speak to members of your local police force. 

It is intended for use when someone needs crime prevention advice, or to report a crime that does not need an urgent response. 

Nadia explained: “Okay, my friend got attacked outside a club in a genuinely unprovoked attack (we have it on film) and she is still reluctant to call the police.

“We must end the stigma of calling 101 to report a crime.”

Before continuing: “The anxiety of not being believed and that they can’t be bothered with the hassle is outrageous.”

Racking up a few hundred likes, her 75,100 followers were equally outraged on the behalf of her unfortunate friend. 

One made the point: “Agree she should call the police — the next person might not be able to call!”

While a second added: “If you actually manage to speak to a person on 101 you are lucky.”

On the other hand, another countered: “Tell the police, there is absolutely no stigma.” 

Nadia made headlines in September of last year after she was suspended from the hit dating series. 

According to BBC news, a spokeswoman said: “Nadia has been suspended following improper use of social media.”

The star reportedly was caught setting up fake accounts in order to troll users and to send abusive messages. 

Psychological expert Anna Williamson has since replaced her on the E4 show, helping more singles find love.

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