Danny Dyer defends his daughter against trolls after Mark Wright V Festival fight

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by Polly Foreman |
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Last weekend’s V Festival could well be the most eventful in its history. If you thought it was all good clean pre-teen fun in the sun full of happy people dancing away to Justin Bieber you’d be wrong.

Firstly, it wasn't that sunny.

Secondly, Justin Bieber was shite (apaz).


It's literally wild.

If you're not clear what happened (where oh where have you been?), things came to a head at the festival after a tense week of various social media argy bargies involving yoghurt digs and Mar’s brother claiming Mark had slapped Danny at a charity football match.

This was after Danny tweeted: "My worst nightmare would be listening to Heart FM while eating an Oykos yoghurt. It would be like pissing razor blades" (Mark works for both those brands, if you are confused about why that offended him).

And it came to a head at the festival.

Danny was there celebrating a joint stag/hen do with his soon-to-be wife, Joanne Mas, and bumped into Mark. We mean that literally.

We were alerted to the altercation when someone ran up to Keith Lemon who was hanging out in the Mahiki Rum VIP bar to tell him: "Mark and Danny are rolling about on the floor having a full on fight!"

There's a sentence we never thought we'd say.

To cut a (very) long story short, it emerged that five of Mark's friends had apparently squared up to Danny and his daughter Dani (which is obv outrageous), and Twitter went absolutely mad.

His daughter Dani Dyer yesterday hit back at trolls, tweeting: "It is horrible everyone having opinions and trying to say I'm foul mouthed. I have never been one to start a fight I just am protective."

And now her dad has stepped in to defend her after trolls attacked her for reports that she’d called Mark a c*nt while at the festival.

He retweeted a (now deleted tweet) which read "@Dani_MasDyer You and your family should sort this out discreetly and not out it all over Twitter. Your parents Should be ashamed swearing."

He (v fairly in the circumstances) retorted: "Go away busy bollocks. Leave the kid alone. It's hard being discreet when you're famous. I'm not ashamed. NEVER."

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