Members of the Jade Goody fanclub have voiced their concerns over, what have been described as 'insensitive comments' made towards their idol on a satirical news website, and may take legal action, it's been reported.
TheSpoof.com, the site in question, included on its pages several derogatory and disrespectful articles of pure filth which Miss Goody, were she able to read, may have stumbled upon, and become narked.
Treasurer of the Goody Foundation, Donald Skoob, who is an airport bookseller by trade, showed concern for her two young sons when he said:
"She's leaving two kids without a mother. She may not be the nicest person in the world, but hey, have a heart."
Another, Cathy McFergus, 43, said:
"When those two kiddies grow a bit and start reading about their Mammy they'll find some lovely stuff won't they? No need for it."
Their views would seem to be fairly representative of around 99% of the British public who, until they recently learned of Goody's terminal cancer diagnosis, would have happily strung her up from the nearest street lamp after pissing on her.
That view has now changed, and the one-time Big Brother slob and racist, now holds a special place in everyone's hearts.
A spokesman for Jade's fanclub told us this afternoon:
"If the author of that filth doesn't remove it soon, we'll be in touch with her agent, so that he can wring every last penny out of some ridiculous civil action."