Giles Coren of the BBC deletes “sick tweets” in the wake of backlash following the death of a critic.

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Giles Coren of the BBC deletes “sick tweets” in the wake of backlash following the death of a critic.

GILES COREN has come under fire on social media for appearing to mock the death of a fan who had spoken “vile” things about his family.

Giles Coren has taken down two messages from his Twitter account in which he appeared to belittle someone’s death. Following his “sick posts,” the BBC presenter has found himself at the center of controversy.

I tried to log off and ignore it, but Giles Coren openly laughing over Dawn Foster’s death has honestly driven me insane.

Carl Kinsella is a well-known author.

Before launching his retaliation, presenter Giles, 51, claimed the Twitter user had spoken “vile and cruel things” about his relatives.

In light of his 224,300 followers, the Times Radio host later withdrew his initial tweet before publishing another.

Several readers mistook his posts as being about the death of Dawn Foster, a colleague journalist who died suddenly on July 15 at the age of 33.

Dawn died after a protracted illness, according to many who knew her.

“When someone dies who has trolled you on Twitter, saying terrible and hurtful things about you and your family, is it right to be like, ‘I’m sorry for the people who loved you, and any human death lessens me, but can you f*** off on to hell now where you belong,’” Giles wrote in a since-deleted tweet.

“Is it okay to say, ‘I’m sorry for the people who loved you, and any human death degrades me, but, HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA

Journalist Ash Sarkar posted a screenshot of his deleted post.

“Dawn Foster once said Giles Coren had a renowned father, and he never forgave her for it,” she said. It’s little surprise it frightened him: a working-class journalist, fighting for every scrap of attention, called out the third-best Coren.”

“I attempted to just log off and ignore it, but Giles Coren openly laughing about Dawn Foster’s death has honestly put me through the wall,” Carl Kinsella later tweeted. He won’t even lose his job as a result of it, and in a just world, he’d lose a lot more.”

“I’m glad,” Séamas O’Reilly stated. “Brinkwire Summary News.”

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