“But I didn’t want to tell my family and friends because I didn’t want to put that pressure on them, I didn’t want them to worry,” she explained in an interview with The Sun in March.
The TV presenter previously claimed she “had the lot” when she received racist comments and remarks when presenting football with the BBC and Sky Sports.
“I had all of it for being a woman on TV, for being a woman of colour on TV, that I’m ticking a box, death threats,” she told The Mirror.
“I had the lot but I’m still standing.”
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