Emma McVey has slammed trolls who claim she is taking money from her famous ex-partner Gaz Beadle.
Gaz, who found fame on Geordie Shore, started a relationship with model and influencer Emma in 2016.
The pair were together for eight years, two of which they were married for, before announcing their split last month.
Now Emma, 34, has hit back at people criticising her with their "silly opinions" as they claim she's taking money from her ex who she shares two children with.
The trolling came after the mum-of-two posted a series of photographs of herself with her son Chester and daughter Primrose on Instagram, with a heartfelt caption.
She wrote: "The strength these two give me is a strength I never knew I had. Some days are good, some days are really hard.
"Doing this alone 6 nights a week, trying to heal, trying to work, planning both their birthdays and Christmas in the space of 6 weeks, the mental load alone seriously sends my head into a fuzz most days.
"The guilt eats me alive that my children won’t have the two parent household that I always imagined for them, but I know a happy house is more important.
"To anyone else going through this right now my advice is take it day by day, and if that’s too much, hour by hour."
However it seems her post attracted some negative attention from trolls who have accused her of taking his money.
In a follow up post on her story, Emma hit back saying she has been "going through hell" but would never take money from their dad.
She said: "I have chosen not to speak to protect my children. I don't post every single thing I do on Stories or Snapchat because I try to keep most part of our lives private.
"But I am going to speak as I'm so tired of having silly opinions all over my posts."
She added: "I have never and will never take money from their dad. I have always paid 50/50 if not more of everything we have.
"We separated for so so many reasons of which I do not need to air because I wouldn't want the kids growing up with it all over the internet.
"A lot has happened that won't be spoken about, so please do not judge me and think you know my situation.
"Just because I don't cry on my socials and tell you all doesn't mean I haven't been going through hell."
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