Australian teenager is left fearing for her life after she was secretly added to a disgusting 'race traitors' database because her boyfriend is black
A Melbourne teenager was unknowingly added to a disgusting online database aimed at shaming 'race traitors' for interracial dating.
Chloe's information, including where she went to high school and university, and photos of her and her boyfriend Josh were uploaded to the racist website called CoalFax.
'Chloe is a race-traitor living in Melbourne. She is openly dating a monkey called Josh,' the vile profile read.
CoalFax, which is believed to be US-based but hosted on a Russian server, has a number of profiles for women from all over the world who are in interracial relationships.
The 18-year-old said she was terrified after waking up on Tuesday to messages from people she had never met.
'I was so overwhelmed I just burst into tears. I was so angry that people can get away with this for so long,' she told 7News.
'And I didn't want to put my family, or Josh, in danger all because we're in an interracial relationship.'
The website claims its purpose is to be used as a 'public service to prevent men from unknowingly entering into relationships with wh**es.'
Anyone who requests to be taken off the page is told by its administrators they need a valid court order.
'If you believe you are in danger there is a very simple solution, delete or make your accounts private,' the website reads.
Chloe contacted Australian Cyber Security Centre and Victoria Police in a desperate bid to get the site shut down.
eSafety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant said the teen's case is a classic example of 'doxing' ...
The website is now being investigated.