TOWIE star threatens killer clowns: “I’ll be waiting!”

Clowns beware as there will be trouble in Essex

Killer Clowns beware! There is a TOWIE star ready and waiting for you… take this as your final warning!

After it was posted on social media that the despicable clown craze was coming to Essex, one of the stars of the ITVBe show has threatened to take them on.

An Instagram account called ‘Clowns_r_coming_to_essex’ had posted that they would be terrorising schools with up to 20 demonic clowns involved.

The claims led to police to send out warnings about the threat.

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Essex residents needn’t worry too much though, as Leah Wright has declared that she is up for the fight.

After reading the news, she tweeted: “What idiots who think it’s ok to scare #clownscare16 #growup #essex.

“I’ll be waiting and let’s see who’s scared and I don’t need a mask.”

It seems that she won’t be alone.

With 61,000 Twitter followers, Leah may have quite an army ready and willing to take down those that think clowning around with knives is a good idea.

Her supporters were quick to show that they were up for the fight too.

One said that the clowns “need scaring by a good kicking”.

While another challenged them: “Let’s, see what made of!!! (sic)”

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A spokesman for Essex Police said: “We are aware there is a suggestion on social media of clowns planning on visiting schools as part of this current craze.

“We would like to reiterate our previous message that people involved in this may commit offences under the Public Order Act 1986 and could find themselves being arrested.

“We would urge people to be considerate of the feelings of others, especially young children and the elderly.

“We also understand how this craze, which is becoming prominent on social media, is causing some people alarm and distress.

“Following this information relating to schools we will be liaising with them to provide reassurance.

“Anyone who has any information about any activity which is being planned is asked to contact police on 101.”

Nancy Brown
Associate Editor

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