Katie Price wants to tackle online bullying, following a series of vile tweets aimed at her disabled son Harvey.
The former glamour model received an apology from the perpetrator of the tweets.
Mark Williams (30) has since been fired from his job, and his Twitter account shut down, for his cruel taunts on Harvey (14).
Katie has indicated that it is not an isolated incident.
Speaking to The Sun, Katie said: “I want these cowards to meet Harvey in person just so they can see how innocent he is. I bet they won’t be able to say these things to his face.”
“I could go to the Government with proof. I can show them. I can get a whole list of people, whether it’s on Facebook, Twitter.
“You hear about these young girls killing themselves because of bullies. These guys are bullies. A bully is someone who puts someone down and something needs to be done.”
Katie told the paper: “He’s a big boy but so vulnerable and all his interests are food, frogs, rollercoasters and his iPad for drawing.
“They are his four things he lives for, so he doesn’t know anything about what’s going on in the world. It upsets me when people just target him because he’s so innocent.
“I want to meet Parliament by the end of next week. I want to be taken seriously and do this the proper way.”
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