Mia Fevola fans rushed to defend her after the model was ruthlessly tolerated in the comment section of her latest Instagram post on Sunday.
The 21-year-old who until last month dated AFL’s Jamarra Ugle-Hagan, 19, was subjected to misogynistic abuse online with trolls betting on which footballer she would date next.
However, fans flocked to the comments section and shouted out the “disgusting” bullying.
In support: fans of Mia Fevola jumped to her defense when the model (pictured), 21, was subjected to misogyny on Instagram on Sunday following her split with AFL player Jamarra Ugle-Hagan
Mia posted two flawless photos to Instagram on Sunday of herself posing poolside in a bikini, drawing attention to her rock-hard abs, trim pins and golden complexion.
“Bikini weather at last,” the Melbourne-based stunner wrote in the post, alongside two solar emojis.
While most of the comments were positive, describing her as a “beautiful young lady” and “stunning,” some vile trolls bet who she would date next.
Stunning: Mia posted two flawless photos to Instagram on Sunday of herself posing poolside in a bikini, drawing attention to her rock hard abs, cropped pins and golden complexion. While most of the comments were positive, some mean trolls bet who she’d date next
Terrible: ‘I’m number one pick in 2021 AFL draw,’ wrote one, along with two others who said ‘their money’ was on Nasiah Wanganeen Milera and Nick Daicos
“I am the number one pick in the 2021 AFL draw,” one wrote, along with two others who said “their money” was on Nasiah Wanganeen Milera and Nick Daicos.
The trolls were outnumbered and many exclaimed their disgusting behavior.
“Wow, the guys are still working on it in the comments. Honestly get a life. It’s super weird to be so invested in someone you don’t know. Anyway, [she’s] beautiful as always,” one wrote.
They exclaim: The trolls were outnumbered, and many exclaimed their disgusting behavior. “Wow, the guys are still working on it in the comments. Honestly get a life. It’s super weird to be so invested in someone you don’t know. Anyway, [she’s] beautiful as always,” someone wrote
Heartbreak: Mia reportedly broke up with Jamarra (pictured) because of ‘too much pressure’ on their young relationship
Statement: Mia shared the sad news of her breakup with the Western Bulldogs player, 19, on her Instagram Stories last month and deleted all photos of the footy star from her account
Another said: ‘It’s so disgusting how people bully her. I can’t believe how people are targeting her.’
One also commented, “I don’t understand the hatred for her in the least, it’s disgusting.”
Mia announced her divorce from Jamarra on Instagram last month and also deleted all photos of the footy star from her account.
“Thank you everyone for all the photos and messages,” she wrote. “Jamarra and I have now gone our separate ways. I appreciate your messages and thank you for respecting my privacy.’
Subject to online abuse: Mia previously revealed the misogynistic abuse she faced daily for dating another AFL football player after her split from Richmond player Daniel Rioli over a year ago
Abuse: In May, the stepdaughter of AFL great Brendan Fevola shared samples of the sl*t-shaming comments she received from trolls in an Instagram Stories post
Mia had introduced her relationship with the skilled key attacker in March, but it is believed they had been dating for about six months before that.
The social media influencer previously revealed the misogynistic abuse she faces daily by Instagram trolls.
Mia shared a collage of examples of the sl*t-shaming comments she’s received since she debuted her romance with Jamarra in March, in an Instagram Story post in May.
Defending Her: In March, Mia’s stepfather, Carlton legend Brendan (left) let loose on his radio show Fifi, Fev and Nick, saying it hurt him deeply to read what trolls were saying about her
That same month, her stepfather Brendan unleashed on his radio show Fifi, Fev and Nick that it hurt him deeply to read what trolls were saying about Mia.
“As a father, that hurts. It hurts me that they think that of Mia,” he said.
“She can date whoever she wants, she can date whoever she wants, whenever she wants.”
In support: ‘As a father, that hurts. It hurts me that they think that of Mia,” he said. ‘She can date whoever she wants, she can date whoever she wants, whenever she wants’
Brendan, 40, later pointed to the trolls’ sexist double standards, saying, “Blokes can do whatever they want. They can go out with girls and no one is judging them. It’s a boy thing.’
“Mia has been with a few football players. Which is good. People date with traditions. That’s their profession,” he added.
“Online yesterday, all the trolls coming out, and the keyboard warriors… shame on my daughter – it’s just not on.”
To the stock market: Mia debuted her romance with Jamarra in March
About: She was previously in a relationship with Richmond’s premiership-winning player Daniel Rioli (pictured). The couple announced their amicable split in February last year
He revealed that Mia had been crying over the abuse she’d endured since going public with Jamarra.
“That’s her boyfriend, they’ve been together for almost eight months or something,” Brendan said.
“As soon as she goes out and does something like that and posts a picture, you get idiots behind a keyboard – mostly men – hammering on her,” he added.
“When we were 21, we did what we wanted. He’s a great guy, she’s a great girl, she’s smart, she’s got her own business, she’s studying, she’s got a degree, she can do whatever she wants.
“It just pisses me off that people can write that and say mean things online about any girl, not just Mia.”
Mia was previously in a relationship with Richmond’s premiership winning player Daniel Rioli.
The couple announced their amicable split in February 2020.
Family: Mia is the oldest child of Brendan’s longtime partner, Alex (left). Brendan adopted Mia as his own daughter when he married Alex in 2005, and they remained close even during times when the couple was divorced