The former Gogglebox star, 30, said that she regularly called the mental health hotline for cruel comments on her nose.
She would give them a false name and chat for 15 minutes, something she said helped her a lot.
Speaking to Kate Thornton on the White Time podcast, Question Time, Scarlett said, “I would give a fake name and chat for 15 minutes. It really, really helped.
“I received a lot of sticks. I was like, “This is the nose I was born with. “”
She revealed that her new tactic for dealing with trolls was to give them the number of the Samaritans.
Scarlett added, “I think, God, how should they feel about having so much hatred towards someone they’ve never met?” “
The reality star became famous when she first appeared on Gogglebox in 2014.
Scarlett was open about how relentless trolling has shaken her confidence.
But she has become a body positivity activist since she left Channel 4 in 2016.
She recently shared her tips for staying sane during the nationwide lockout.
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Scarlett said she continues to ignite from time to time so that she can feel normal.
Speaking to Instagram, she wrote, “Number one isolation tip: the living room and the field on the other side of my house won’t know what hit him when I shake that glamor.
“Seriously, does someone dress from time to time to feel a little normal and for a session with family and friends at a house party or FaceTime ??”
If you’re having trouble and need to speak, the Samaritans operate a free 24/7 hotline on 116 123. Alternatively, you can email [email protected] if you prefer to write what you feel