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Bradley Lowery targeted by sick trolls on Twitter

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Sick trolls have been targeting Bradley Lowery on Twitter after the announcement his cancer has spread further.

Bradley parents from Blackhall, County Durham revealed on twitter and heartless trolls launched abuse at the little lad on social media who is from in Blackhall, County Durham.

https://twitter.com/Bradleysfight/status/836141051622612992

His parents have been receiving some disgusting message about Bradley and personal attacks.

His parents confirmed they had enough going on without ‘trolling about Bradley’ adding it is a ‘shame we have to read it as it’s not like we have enough going on #hurtful.”

Bradley’s parents found out that his cancer had spread to his spine only a few days ago.

Keep your head held high Bradley.

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