The sister of Dublin teenager Josh Dunne says she's being subjected to online abuse and racist comments regarding the death of her brother.
The 16-year-old was stabbed in Dublin's north inner-city during a fight over a stolen bike on January 26th.
A Brazilian Deliveroo rider was found not guilty of his murder earlier this month.
Josh's sister Jade told Pat Kenny trolls have been targeting her online.
"It was going on before the court case, but it wasn't this much.
"There was Facebook pages being made, sort of like harassment - I'd get the page reported, and then they would make a new one.
"When the trial ended then, that was when there was a lot more of it."
She says she the comments have been across several platforms.
"I wanted to keep my social media up obviously so that I can get Josh's story out.
"But I had people commenting on my Facebook profile, on my Instagram profile, texting me racist comments - 'He deserved to die, he deserved what he got' - everything like that.
"I have a TikTok page as well, and I posted about things on it.
"They commented on that, there was hundreds of comments on that, but I went through them [and] deleted them."
And she says chat about her brother has also extended to the Brazilian community in Ireland.
"A girl that is actually Brazilian... is in a lot of Brazilian groups for Brazilian people living in Dublin and Ireland.
"And she told me that in the groups there was a lot of racist comments about him.
"She said herself 'It's not right' and that she was shocked to see it".