The TOWIE star’s boyfriend Chris Clark posted a picture on his own account of the keys to their new home, revealing they are moving in together.
But one troll took the opportunity to make sick swipes at Amber and her mother who was recently diagnosed with breast cancer.
Tagging Amber in the revolting messages, a now-deleted account wrote: “She won’t be standing on her own two feet when her mum’s 6 foot under and she’s too busy messing around with Chris, someone she’s using for air time.”
Sharing the messages on Twitter, Amber said: “Luckily my mum is over cancer but if she wasn’t and was really unwell and this SICK SICK person kept going on like this. F**k there are evil people in this world.”
In a further sick move, the person then tagged Amber’s mum Maria in another comment saying: “You’ll die and your skank daughter won’t be by your side. @dowdingmaria the cancer has obviously taken over your head.”
A third message then called the reality star “a sick b***h who wants her mum dead before Christmas”.
Chris Clark plants a kiss on girlfriend Amber Dowding as the pair prove their romance is still going strong at Kem Cetinay’s Boohoo launch [Getty]
“Go and look after your mum you desperate extra. If my mum had cancer I wouldn’t be running away with a guy you’re just using for airtime on TV,” it said.
Amber highlighted the shocking messages and shared them on her Instagram story with the caption: “Sicko”.
Fans instantly flooded her with messages of support, telling her to ignore the cruel comments.
Amber’s mum Maria was diagnosed with breast cancer at the ago of 49 after finding an orange-sized lump in her breast in 2016.
The stage-three cancer shock has prompted Amber to talk about how important it is for women to check their breasts, saying: “You never expect cancer is going to happen to your family, so when we were told Mum’s cancer was really aggressive I was devastated.
“But Mum was so strong, and something positive has come out of it, as a girl sent me a Twitter message, saying she checked her boobs and found a cancerous lump after I’d talked about Mum’s cancer on The Only Way Is Essex, which was amazing.”
Maria was told she was free of cancer in March 2017, and after finishing her cancer treatment became part of a group that raised over £20,000 for charity by doing a 15 mile trek.