Reality star quits show after death threats from trolls who threaten to ‘run him over with a car’ | The Sun
JULIUS Cowdrey has quit the show has quit Made in Chelsea and opened up about getting terrifying death threats.
The 30-year-old says trolls have threatened to "run him over with a car" after watching him on the show.
He's now decided to focus on his future away from the highs and lows of Chelsea after finding love with co-star Georgia May Salamat.
Julius told Johnny Seifert's Secure The Insecure podcast: "Everything with Made In Chelsea is short-lived, nothing is long-term, apart from maybe the friendships you form.
"I looked at my life after I'd just turned 30 and I'd been to all these amazing countries for filming and thought, now is a good decision for me to go,
"I need to focus all my energies on things that actually I'm going to do for the rest of my life.
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"I'm also in a relationship as well now and I'm really happy. Does my life exist on the show anymore? I don’t think it does."
Julius was unlucky in love before meeting girlfriend Georgia last series.
The pair are smitten – and life coach Julius even introduced her to his mum on camera.
But it wasn't all plain-sailing for Julius who admits he was forced to delete Twitter because of the abuse.
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"I'm pretty robust, but that definitely pierced the skin a bit," said Julius.
"My God when you first receive online abuse based on your actions and it's been edited, it's really tough.
"I've seen some awful things. It's not very nice. I had one person saying they wanted to kill me. run me over the car."
- Julius Cowdrey spoke on Johnny Seifert's Secure The Insecure podcast.
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