JK Rowling criticizes activists for doxxing her, internet flips back

In recent years, JK Rowling has become a controversial figure due to comments she made in 2020 that were considered offensive by the transgender community. Since then, the Harry Potter author has been the subject of much criticism. Recently, a group of transgender activists arrived at her home in the UK and posted photos of those standing in front of it.

Rowling came out and shot at the activists for posting her address online for everyone to see. She didn’t garner too much sympathy online, though, as many Twitter users pointed out that finding her address wasn’t too difficult to figure out due to her status as one of the most famous people in the world.

One person on Twitter pointed out that it’s not exactly a secret in Rowling’s community where she lives.

The fact that she has drawn attention to the problem will probably only help more people know where she lives. Rowling identified Holly Stars, Richard Energy and Georgia Frost as the people who took the photos. She also claimed that she was the subject of many abusive messages, including death threats.

Stars deleted her Twitter page, but claimed she also received many abusive messages before deleting the photos, according to the Daily Mail. It seems that this situation has sparked anger from many quarters. Stars wasn’t the only one to take down her account – Energy and Frost appear to have deleted their social media pages as well.

Rowling revealed on Twitter that she has the police involved in the case, so it will be a situation to watch.

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