Meet Some of the Victims

Although you may feel alone, here is an extensive list of victims that understand what it feels like to be attacked online.

Adele: The singer faced cruel comments online, especially concerning her weight and her child.

Ariel Winter: The actress, known for her role in "Modern Family," has spoken about body shaming and negative comments she received online during her adolescence.

Billie Eilish: The singer has discussed how cyberbullying affected her life and led her to stop reading social media comments.

Caroline Flack: The television presenter experienced cyberbullying related to her relationship with Harry Styles due to their age gap.

Charlotte Dawson: The TV personality and former model faced years of cyberbullying, including messages urging her to harm herself.

Chris Brown: Despite his controversial career, Brown has been consistently cyberbullied, with many of the comments being insulting and aggressive.

Chrissy Teigen: Known for her presence on social media and candid nature, Teigen has faced her share of online harassment and bullying.

Ciara: The singer-performer has talked about the courage people have when they are anonymous online and the impact of negative comments on her social media posts.

Demi Lovato: Lovato, who has been open about her struggles with an eating disorder, has admitted to being cyberbullied to the point of self-harm.

Ed Sheeran: The musician decided to take a break from Twitter due to the constant negativity and bullying.

Ellen DeGeneres: The talk show host has faced cyberbullying and backlash, especially surrounding allegations about the workplace culture of her show.

FKA Twigs: The singer and dancer faced racist cyberbullying after her relationship with actor Robert Pattinson became public.

Floyd Mayweather: The professional boxer faced cyberbullying, including a notable incident involving rapper 50 Cent.

Gigi Hadid: The model has dealt with online criticism and bullying regarding her personal life and professional choices.

Jesy Nelson: The former Little Mix member opened up in her documentary "Odd One Out" about the severe impact of online bullying on her mental health.

Justin Bieber: The singer has been a target of online bullying and criticism throughout his career.

Kelly Marie Tran: After her role in "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," Tran faced hateful and racist comments online, which led her to delete her social media accounts.

Kim Kardashian: Kardashian has been a frequent target of cyberbullying, with insults often directed at her personality, intelligence, and family.

Lady Gaga: An advocate for kindness and mental health, Gaga has discussed her experiences with online bullying and its impact on her mental health.

Leslie Jones: The "Saturday Night Live" alum faced racist and hateful comments online, particularly during the release of the all-female "Ghostbusters" reboot.

Lindsay Lohan: Lohan’s personal struggles have made her a target for cyber bullies, often receiving mean tweets and posts.

Madison Beer: Beer has been open about the aggressive harassment she's received online.

Megan Markle: Since her relationship with Prince Harry became public, Markle has been a frequent target of online harassment and bullying.

Monica Lewinsky: Following the public scandal with former President Bill Clinton, she became a target of online harassment and has been vocal about ending these acts. 

Rihanna: Known for her strong personality, Rihanna has not hesitated to confront people who have bullied her on Twitter and Instagram.

Ruby Rose: The actress and model has talked about receiving negative comments and bullying on social media platforms.

Sarah Hyland: Known for her role in "Modern Family," Hyland has faced cyberbullying related to her health and personal life.

Tamera Mowry: She has spoken about the racist tweets she received concerning her interracial marriage.

Taylor Swift: Swift has dealt with online hate, especially after taking a political stance in her career.

Tom Daley: The UK Olympic diver faced cyberbullying related to his athletic performance and his sexuality

Zayn Malik: The former One Direction member experienced aggressive online comments, including racial slurs.


There are many more because cyberbullying is a widespread issue that affects not only public figures but also many individuals whose experiences remain largely unheard. Celebrities, who are among the most frequent targets of online harassment, often take significant steps to mitigate its impact. For instance, Meghan McCain, a co-host on "The View," and actor Idris Elba have both taken measures to reduce their presence on social media following incidents of online attacks. Their actions typically include taking breaks from social platforms or disabling comments to shield themselves from the barrage of negative interactions.


Additionally, research has established a link between experiencing cyberbullying and an increase in suicidal thoughts. In a tragic example, the suicide of singer Goo Hara was connected to the relentless cyberbullying she endured. These cases highlight the deeply harmful effects of cyberbullying, which can lead to severe responses such as withdrawing from social media or, in extreme cases, self-harm or suicide. The impact of cyberbullying is thus both profound and extensive, with potential consequences that extend far beyond online interactions. Contact an experienced & affordable attorney!