AJ Pritchard's girlfriend has opened up about the vile trolling she got on Instagram after she suffered a horrific accident.
Abbie Quinnen, 23, was left with third-degree burns when she filmed a social media stunt with a lit flame that went horribly wrong.
She has revealed that she was sent a string of cruel messages after her story went public, including from one troll who told her she should have "burned to death".
Speaking to Victoria Derbyshire on BBC Radio 2's Jeremy Vine Show, Abbie also said she'd been told "You're now going to look like a waxwork model"; and "Don't go near your niece and nephew, you'll scare them".
Abbie said: "It's so horrible, I just think it's really sad and I feel a bit sorry for them."
She also opened up about the terror she felt during the accident.
"I was in shock and thinking, how can I survive this?" she said.
"I rolled on the floor and that didn't work, so I grabbed a heavy blanket and started trying to put out the flames that way.
"AJ was getting damp towels in the meantime."
Though it was over in a few seconds, Abbie said it felt "like a lifetime".
She kept asking AJ: "Is my face going to be okay? Am I going to be okay? Will you still love me?"
Abbie needed three skin graft operations and at one point was on 27 tablets a day to cope with the pain.
She said: "I could have been blinded. I could have lost my hearing. I'm so lucky. It could have been even worse,