A SICK troll is bombarding a family with cruel messages mocking their dying seven-year-old daughter.
Kiara Buonomo has been battling brain cancer for over a year — but now her loved ones are receiving messages calling her an “ugly c***” and talking about rape.
Little Kiara has been given only months to live.
Her family had created an online account keeping track of her brave fight for survival but the page attracted a slew of offensive posts.
Kiara’s mum, Natasha Kinlan, has reported the trolling to police and has now spoken out in the hope that the perpetrator will be caught.
Natasha, 30, from Glasgow, said the messages have been tearing her family apart.
She told the Daily Record: “It’s sickened us. We have enough to think about without the extra stress of this.”
Kiara was originally diagnosed when she was six after going to hospital with a shaky hand.
Medics managed to remove 95 per cent of her 5cm brain tumour in a 13-hour operation — but this year the cancer came back, and there’s nothing more doctors can do.
Natasha and her partner Aldo Buonomo started to get sick anonymous messages shortly after her terrifying diagnosis in 2018 and they have kept coming ever since.
The way they are talking now is vile, about rape and other things
Natasha Kinlan, Kiara's mum
Natasha said: “A couple of weeks after Kiara was diagnosed in January last year, we began to receive pictures on Snapchat saying ‘hurry up and die’ and they told us we were wasting NHS money.”
Another message had a picture of Kiara with the caption: “Am dying yasss hurry this time f* sake yous will never have to hear ma mongo horrible voice again.”
One called Kiara an “ugly c***” and said she would be dead soon.
But the messages turned more sexual over the last year.
Natasha added: “The way they are talking now is vile, about rape and other things. It is horrible.”
One message even suggested running over Kiara’s three-year-old brother, AJay.
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The last offensive note was received on Wednesday night as Kiara was rushed to hospital for emergency surgery.
She had fluid on her brain and Natasha didn’t know if she was going to survive — she got the message while Kiara was in theatre.
Police Scotland said: “Police are aware of this and inquiries are ongoing.”
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