The star of Disney Channel’s “Good Luck Charlie,” 5-year-old Mia Talerico, received death threats on Instagram, according to a Feb. 3, 2014 TMZ report.
The threats began last month, according to police documents obtained by TMZ, and include messages such as “Die Mia, F***ing Die in hell! Kill yourself, you deserve to die.”
In another, “a picture of Mia’s head with a bloody fist covering it” is seen and is accompanied by the message, “Yes, kill you stupid b****,” according to TMZ.
The Daily Mail reports that Mia’s Instagram page is managed by her mother, Claire Talerico.
According to E! News, the Los Angeles Police Dept. began investigating the matter after Mia’s mother contacted Disney security, which then got in touch with authorities.
E! notes that the show “Good Luck Charlie,” is nearing an end, as its season finale will air on the Disney Channel on Sunday, Feb. 16.
According to the Daily Mail, the LAPD has assigned their Threat Management Unit to the case.
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