Comedian, Rosie Jones is now protected by Arwen

Published byAngela Martin

Comedian Rosie Jones is the latest public figure to join Arwen in the mission to remove hate from social media channels.

The Last Leg actress, who has Cerebral Palsy, was the target of ableist trolling after her appearance on Question Time. Rosie Jones and her social media followers are now shielded from further abuse by Arwen.

About the relationship, Rosie Jones stated “I am a big fan of using social media, and I firmly believe that it is a place of positivity, for me to connect with people on a personal level. However, there are some people who choose to fill it with negativity, hate, and abuse. By working with Arwen, they have made social media a better place again, and have tailored a plan for me to make sure that I can maintain a relationship with my following, without feeling overwhelmed by negative comments. I could not recommend Arwen more. Their work makes social media a much better, healthier place to interact. I’m a big fan.”

CEO, Matthew McGrory stated that “We are proud to be working with Rosie and love the amazing work she does for charitable causes especially Comic Relief who the Arwen team have worked with on previous projects. Rosie’s unique style of comic wit needs to be out in the open and she needs the freedom to do this without the stress of worrying about online trolls and abusive comments, something which Arwen deals with on her behalf.”

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