The daughter of slain gangster Carl Williams has talked about how she has been cyberbullied for the past 12 years. In an emotional Instagram post on Wednesday, Dhakota Williams, who is 21 years old, told cyberbullies to stop making fun of her. She said that people made fun of her weight when she was a child, and she was done with it. “Since I was about nine years old, these people have been calling me fat,” she said angrily.
“When I was nine, people called me fat, and I cried… [fuck]. That meant I had to talk about what people thought of my body for 12 years. “It’s a shame that I had to learn not to care, not that people had to learn to be nice.”
“Sorry, we’re like fucking women here, not like these crazy people who want you to look like a pre-teen,” she wrote. “Women come in all shapes and sizes and have thighs, buttocks, and breasts.”
The brunette ended up saying, “Body shaming isn’t cool in 2022,” and she’s glad it doesn’t bother her as much as it used to. Roberta Williams, the mother of Dakota, is a widow from the underworld. She has almost 40,000 followers on Instagram because she regularly posts sexy photos of herself.
In 2010, her father, a drug lord named Carl Williams, was killed at Barwon Prison by a cellmate named Matthew Charles Johnson. She was 9 years old at the time. Carr was an important part of Melbourne’s well-known gang war, which killed 36 criminals between 1998 and 2010.
In 2007, he was given a prison sentence of 35 years for ordering the deaths of three opponents and more time for plotting to kill a fourth. The 21-year-old told her followers, “Women have thighs, buttocks, and breasts of all shapes and sizes.”
An investigation showed that Victoria Police paid $8,000 a year for his daughter’s school fees. He died in 2010. Later, it came out that Carr was a police informant who told the police about some unsolved murders.
In the months before he was killed, he wrote several long letters to his wife and other people from prison. These letters were later turned into a book called Life in Prison.