Kerry Katona's daughter slams 'disgusting' Fathers4Justice tweet about George Kay


Kerry Katona ‘s daughter Molly has hit back at Fathers4Justice over a “disgusting” tweet which accused the star of having “blood on her hands” over the death of her ex George Kay.

George Kay , 39, who was married to Kerry for three years, died from an apparent drug overdose on Saturday.

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Kerry Katona's daughter slams 'disgusting' Fathers4Justice tweet about George Kay

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After the news broke, the men’s rights activist group slammed Kerry over claims George hadn’t seen their daughter, Dylan-Jorge, 5, in a year.

They wrote: “Tragic news about the passing of George Kay who came to Fathers4Justice for help.

Kerry Katona's daughter slams 'disgusting' Fathers4Justice tweet about George Kay

“He was heartbroken after KerryKatona7 denied him access to daughter Dylan-Jorge.

“Katona’s not ‘heartbroken’. She has blood on her hands.”

(Image: @F4JOfficial/Twitter)

Kerry’s eldest daughter Molly has since hit back at the tweet, calling it “inaccurate and extremely insensitive”.

In a post on Twitter , she wrote: “I suggest take this tweet down.

“How dare you make statements this disgusting at such a vulnerable time, your accusations are inaccurate and extremely insensitive.

“I truly hope you never find yourself in this kind of situation. Vile words from a vile person you should be ashamed.”

Kerry’s mum Sue added: “Well said Molly and so true.”

Molly, 17, defended her mother on Twitter
(Image: Instagram)
Kerry and George were married for three years
(Image: Ken McKay/REX/Shutterstock)


Pal of the Atomic Kitten star Chanelle Hayes also chimed in, writing: “You really can’t write this

“Your cause is a good one your help needed by many but you’re destroying any credibility or moral highground with this accusatory inflammatory tweet.

“To blame a suicide- if that’s what it was- on a specific person is utterly deplorable. Unacceptable.”

Kerry is yet to break her silence on the death of George, who she divorced in 2017, and has said in the past that he was violent towards her during their relationship.

A close family friend of Kerry said: “Kerry was told this afternoon that George suffered an overdose and was taken to hospital, but was declared dead on arrival.

“No one yet knows what he overdosed on or whether it was intentional or an accident.

“Kerry is heartbroken, he’s DJ’s dad and she loved him once.

They had a daughter named Dylan-Jorge together
(Image: Ken McKay/REX/Shutterstock)
DJ is now five and is said to have not seen her dad in a year
(Image: kerrykatona7/Instagram)

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“She can’t bear the thought of explaining to her daughter what has happened.”

Kerry was in London with new boyfriend Ryan Mahoney when she was called and told the news while working.

The friend said: “She’s devastated. Kerry loved George once and, while she’s not had contact with him for a long time, it is a huge shock.

“Her younger kids, Max and Heidi, who she had with Mark Croft, loved George too and called him dad. She has no idea what to tell them.”

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