Enjoy Island star Zara McDermott has teamed up with charity personnel from domestic abuse charity Refuge to lobby for adjustments in the legislation with regards to revenge .
The Tv set star, 24, has formerly spoken about her devastating encounter with owning images of herself dispersed when she was in the villa.
On Thursday she appeared at Parliament Sq. to connect with for motion as she stood along with ambassadors hoping to make a alter ahead of the Domestic Abuse Bill returning to the Residence of Lords in coming days.
Zara, who has also manufactured a documentary about revenge for the BBC, mentioned though showing up nowadays: “I was a target