Katie Hopkins Opens UK's First Ever Boot Camp for Trolls

Written by Andy Tattersall

Tuesday, 13 January 2015

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Voice of the people Katie Hopkins has unveiled her latest business venture, a month long boot camp for wannabe trolls.

The progress of the bootcamp is to be covered by Channel 6 and will see Hopkins put the wannabe haters through four weeks of the harshest trolling in person. Until now, Hopkins has only ever offered trolling guidance over the web or via the media - this is the first time people can learn the skills of trolling in person.

The bootcamp was so popular that places were snapped up in days with some of them being snapped up by minor celebrities.

Hopkins who came to fame on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of here! as the show's daily trial for the celebrities has never been far away from controversy. Some criticised the ITV show for its use of Hopkins as "a step too far" compared to eating poisonous insects.

Hopkins said of the boot camp wannabes: "These people have seen what being a nasty, vindictive, manipulative, self-interested cowbag can do for their careers."

One of the lucky bootcampers to be accepted for the ordeal, Alexander O'Neal spoke of his excitement of being accepted saying: "I've travelled all the way from the United States for this, I really hope I can go back with a much narrower view of the world".

Ex-Apprentice star Keith Chegwin told reporters on his way to the bootcamp: "I learned from previous experience on The Apprentice that being a nice guy gets you nowhere and if anything a bit of bigotry can make you feel better about yourself".

Despite there being 13 inductees into the inaugural Hopkins Boot Camp, organisers said it was likely that many would not make it to the end. A spokesperson said: "Some people will not be cut out for this, it's quite likely most will leave in tears or with some personal issues. Hopkins methods make training to be a marine look like a walk in the park, we expect people to break, in fact Hopkins positively encourages it."

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