TOWIE's Bobby Norris poured his heart out on Daily Star's Facebook Live as he revealed that he has faced nasty trolls after testing positive for Covid-19.

The 34-year-old, who is now a trained Covid-19 vaccinator and will begin volunteering on the NHS frontline, revealed that he had came up against nasty online bullies in spite of trying to support the situation.

Prior to conducting his training with St John's Ambulance, Bobby took to social media to tell fans he'd contracted the virus and was met with a raft of horrid comments and feedback, even after offering up his free services to help the cause.

Bobby told Daily Star: "You wouldn't expect to get trolled for doing something good."

"I've been trolled for testing positive for Covid-19."

Internet haters and "conspiracy theorists" even claimed that the reality star had received a sum of money from the UK's Prime Minister for pretending to have the virus.

He said: "I've been accused of Boris Johnson paying me five thousand pound to go on Instagram and tell people I had Covid-19, which wasn't true."

The TV presenter felt so down in the dumps about the trolling situation that he even felt the need to prove himself by showcasing his results on his feed.

Bobby added: "I even went to the extreme of posting my test results on my Instagram story."

"There are some conspiracy theorists that still believe that Covid-19 isn't real."

"How anyone can even doubt that this is not a real thing is beyond me."

After Bobby had being struck down with the coronavirus for "14 days" and was left struggling to get out of bed, the TV star wanted to focus all of his energies on doing something good to stop the spread.

Now with more free time and not being a "needle phobic" after he'd supported his ill mum – giving her her daily injections following her battle with leukaemia – he decided to put his skills to good use.

He told Daily Star: "I started looking into volunteering after being laid up 14 hours per day.

"When my mum had leukaemia I was doing her injections so it just made sense really to help others."

Bobby also explained how he'd faced a lot of "flak" on social media after he'd been tarnished with the same brush as other reality stars who had opted to travel to Dubai during the pandemic for work purposes.

He said: "I can see why people are frustrated and that was another thing I was getting trolled about."

After becoming a target he was at odds what to do about the situation, adding: "What am I meant to do run around Essex confiscating passports?"

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