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McLaren employee under investigation for abusing Hamilton on Twitter

McLaren have confirmed that they have launched an investigation into the behaviour of one of their employees after a string of tweets aimed at Sir Lewis Hamilton. Katie Cumper, who since the emergence of the comments has deleted her Twitter and Facebook accounts, has taken to social media over the last 16 months to hurl abuse at the seven-time world champion, describing his title successes as “luck,” and calling him a “sour little cry baby” for his understandable heartbreak at the manner in which the title was decided last year. pic.twitter.com/4f2jVCuVIK — soren (@noirstae) April 30, 2022 After it was revealed that he was receiving “specialist” treatment for an injury...
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