The women’s aid a leading charity organisation who support vulnerable women who are the victims of domestic abuse, have confirmed today that their call centre has received double the amount of calls over the weekend following Norah Casey’s emotional interview on The Late Late Show on Friday.
Ms Casey who bravely gave her account of her abuse she suffered in her first marriage has reportedly inspired hundreds of women to come forward and report similar incidents of domestic abuse.
Speaking about the surge in calls a spokesperson for the charity said Ms Casey’s courageous interview has proved influential when it comes to frightened and distressed coming forward.
They went onto say the charity’s website has seen a 45% increase in traffic, whilst their call call centre have seen almost double the amount of calls since Friday night.
The spokesperson added staff at the charity will review all cases individually and will offer much needed support to all those women who are currently the victims of domestic abuse.