Marc Trestman’s daughters attacked by ‘Twitter terrorists’

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Bears coach Marc Trestman warned his team earlier in the year about Twitter terrorists.

Now, they have hit home.

During and after the 55-14 loss to the Packers on Sunday night, Trestman’s daughters were maliciously attacked on social media. The hateful tweets—which will not be posted here—included gay slurs and rape threats.


Several of the attackers’ accounts have since been removed from Twitter.

Sarahanne Trestman finally protected her account:

After the attack, Chloe Trestman sent this message:

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