Janey Godley has claimed she was forced to call police after allegedly being bombarded by 'unionist death threats'.
The Scots comic told how officers arrived at her home after trolls accused her of 'being a drug dealer in the IRA'.
It comes after she claimed fake tweets had fuelled rumours as a 'unionist twitter account' had 'stalked her for years'.
Janey claimed police were 'godsmacked' that she hadn't reported the online abuse before.
Now she is thanking cops for 'taking it seriously' and 'assuring her safety online and off.'
Taking to Twitter she shared her ordeal and opened up on the social media bullying.
Janey Godley tweeted: "Can’t thank Police Scotland for coming out to the house, and assuring me of my safety online and off.
"Fake tweets that defame you and unionist death threats should always be taken seriously.
"Appreciate the time, respect and patience they showed me in these trying times.
"It’s been a LONG week but they’ve been amazing thanks."
She addd: "They’re amazing, looked over that stuff and previous tweets from a unionist account that stalked me for years as I kept all the screen grabs - and utterly gobsmacked I hadn’t reported some of them - accusations of me being a drug dealer in IRA etc, me owning fake property etc."
Police Scotland said: “We received a complaint regarding online communications.
"Enquiries were carried out and no crime was established. Suitable advice has been given.”