BRIANA Jungwirth wants social media trolls to stop their "venomous attacks."
The 23-year-old - who is embroiled in a court case with her former fling Louis Tomlinson to have joint custody over their five-month-old son Freddie Reign - has pleaded with the public to stop making "hateful and inappropriate" comments about her and her child.
The mother of one - who gave birth to Freddie in January this year - posted two photographs on her Twitter account of her plea and asking for people to respect her and her family's right to privacy.
She wrote: "To all those who feel the need to make disparaging, hateful and inappropriate comments concerning me and my son Freddie - I am sincerely sorry that you all have chosen to focus your time and attention on my life and the life of my son. Surely you must have better things to do than pry into the personal life of a single mom and newborn child. I am a proud new mother that is extremely joyous about my child being in this world and have shared that joy with my friends and family on a daily basis - often times through social media. However, that does not give anyone the right, or the invitation to be nasty and disparaging toward me. So, please stop prying into the private and personal facts of my life and my son's life in order to weave stories and peak public interest.
"The things that you discuss, and the sources that you rely on are extremely off base and unreliable. More importantly, every mature and experienced adult should know that there is always more to a story than what meets the eye - especially involving matters of the heart. I am confident that in the days and weeks to come, you all will find that your negativity and venomous attacks were little more than time wasted. In the meantime - I am hopeful that you all will respect my son's privacy and find it in your hearts to discontinue the overwhelmingly inappropriate comments about me, my family, and most importantly, my son Freddie. Thank you. (sic).
Meanwhile, the 24-year-old 'History' hitmaker has allegedly asked for the right to check what his ex-girlfriend posts about his child via social media.