February 24, 2016
Briana Jungwirth Sick Of Being Bullied: Will Louis Tomlinson Finally Come To Her Rescue?

Briana Jungwirth is tired of being harassed by some Directioners who refuse to believe that she indeed gave birth to Louis Tomlinson's child, Freddie Reign. The 23-year-old stylist recently slammed an Instagram user for accusing her of stealing a baby photo and claiming it to be Freddie.

"To create such a disgusting lie and to stir up so much trouble is unacceptable. I've never stolen any photo. It's sickening how I've been treated throughout my pregnancy and now."
The new mother continued by saying that she wouldn't allow haters to rain on her parade.
"I'm tired of the bullying and harassment. I have a newborn son; this is a time sensitive part of my life where I should be enjoying every minute. Think about it, how would you feel? Those of you trying to take away my happiness, I won't let you, but do not bring other innocent mother's into this."
Jungwirth immediately made her Instagram account private after posting her fierce retort.

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(Photo via Briana Jungwirth, Instagram)

Many Directioners were shocked when they found out that Jungwirth was pregnant with the British crooner's child. However, after Jungwirth gave birth, most of them eventually realized that Freddie must be spared from the perils of the spotlight.

Some of those who continue to hound the new mother are Larry Shippers. They are Directioners who believe that Tomlinson and Harry Styles have a secret romantic relationship. For years, the Larries have been coming up with theories to prove that the two are together, and they even claim the singers are merely using women as beards to conceal their alleged affair.

Jungwirth's relative recently confirmed to Daily Mail that they already sought legal assistance to fight the abuse they've been getting from fans. Apart from calling Freddie a sham, some labeled Jungwirth a gold digger for allegedly attempting to use the newborn to get a sizable portion of the "No Control" singer's wealth.

"We're receiving hundreds of abusive emails and messages, people are setting up fake profiles on social media pretending to be in the family, they are even posting our personal information online, it's relentless. We have tried to ignore much of it, but recently some fans have crossed the line and we have instructed attorneys to get involved."
Jungwirth's aunt reportedly tried her best to protect Freddie by taking ownership of several domain names like "freddietomlinson.com" and "louistomlinsonsbaby.com." Nonetheless, even if she took such step, fans resorted to other social media networking sites to attack the family.

It also doesn't help that some are reviving the #OhNoBriana controversy. The trending hashtag pertains to the leaked video of a Jungwirth lookalike getting intimate with two men who are not Tomlinson. People have been quick to express their disgust, even though there was no evidence that it was really Jungwirth in the video.

Will Jungwirth's outcries prompt Tomlinson to finally defend her? Tomlinson will no doubt protect Freddie, but what about the baby's mother? It is unclear if the Doncaster-born artist will release a statement asking fans to be kinder to Jungwirth. After all, such action might jeopardize his blossoming romance with The Originals actress, Danielle Campbell.

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(Photo via Louis Tomlinson, Instagram)

The only member of the Tomlinson brood who stepped out to claim that there's no bad blood between them and Jungwirth's family is Tommo's younger sister, Felicite.

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