A Wearside MP is fighting back against twitter trolls after taking flak for quitting her role as a shadow minister.
Sharon Hodgson, who represents Washington and Sunderland West, was among the dozens resigning from the Labour front benches this week in protest at Jeremy Corbyn's leadership.
Since then she and other MPs have taken heavy flak from Corbyn supporters, and been called a "traitor" and a "bully" by twitter users.
Now she is fighting back, highlighting abuse tweets, slamming her critics and blocking users who send her aggressive messages.
"I am bullying no one. I am the one being bullied," she said. "I'm elected by the people of my constituency to be their MP."
She told one user: "I'm not a "backstabbing blairite, genocide enabler" I'll not take this abuse especially from 'new' members. Blocked!"
And replied to another: "My seat isn't rotten! I was fairly elected by the good people of Washing and Sunderland West. How dare you!"
She added to another: "I am not a "Blairite traitor" can you people out there stop with this abuse! Blocked!"
There are those who have rallied to her defence, however.
Brian Lister said: "Well said Sharon, be a public servant but don't be a public doormat."
Andrew Pakes said: "Good on you @SharonHodgsonMP for calling bullies out. We are lucky to have you as a Labour representative."