A teenager claims internet trolls “ruined her life” by superimposing her face on pornographic messages that were shared on social media.
Victoria, from Leeds, was told to “go kill yourself” on the Live.me streaming app and her home address was shared on Twitter as a “house to burgle”.
Figures obtained by BBC Yorkshire show reports of malicious communication have almost doubled to more than 200 a day.
There were 79,372 offences recorded in 2016, up from 42,910 the year before.
Police forces in England and Wales were asked to provide the data, with 38 out of 43 responding.
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