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The women were given the chance to develop a creative solution to the problem, and they've since created (and feature in) a tongue-in-cheek campaign to reclaim their online personas.
Save Our Trolls, a spoof charity campaign song, takes on the dark side of the internet and seeks to open dialogue with trolls, public health authorities, politicians and internet platforms to create change.
Charley, 23, discovered in 2016 that her half-brother had been posting her selfies and images of her getting ready to go out on an American porn website and urging users to write obscene comments about her.
Her brother was given a suspended sentence, community service and was made to go on a course by the police, which Charley says doesn't feel like justice."When I was scrolling through the feed, one of my pictures was blown up and put onto a white wall by a projector and there was a male standing next to it, naked, masturbating to my picture.