JK Rowling’s deal with was made public by activists after she “spoke up for girls’s sex-based rights”, the creator has revealed.
Rowling, 56, stated that three “activist actors… took photos of themselves in entrance of our home, fastidiously positioning themselves to make sure that our deal with was seen”.
Doxing refers to when somebody makes one other particular person’s private info public with potential malicious intent.
Final Friday, my household’s deal with was posted on Twitter by three activist actors who took photos of themselves in entrance of our home, fastidiously positioning themselves to make sure that our deal with was seen. 1/8
— J.Okay. Rowling (@jk_rowling) November 22, 2021
She thanked Twitter and the police for his or her “help and help on this matter”.
A Police Scotland spokesperson instructed Sky Information “enquiries are ongoing”.
In the meantime, all three of the activists’ Twitter profiles seem to have been deleted.
Rowling, who typically writes below the pseudonym Robert Galbraith, has repeatedly expressed opinions that might be thought-about gender-critical, drawing condemnation from some LGBTQ+ teams.
Final yr, she publicly took situation with the phrase “individuals who menstruate” as an alternative of ladies, and revealed a prolonged weblog submit about why she felt she wanted to speak about transgender rights.
In her Twitter submit on Monday, she urged individuals to delete retweets of the pictures of her dwelling.
She additionally posted a protracted checklist of ladies, together with Labour MP Rosie Duffield and lawyer Joanna Cherry, who she stated have suffered comparable “campaigns of intimidation” and being “hounded on social media”.
“They and their households have been put right into a state of concern and misery for no different purpose than that they refuse to uncritically settle for that the socio-political idea of gender identification ought to exchange that of intercourse,” she posted.
Including that she has “now acquired so many loss of life threats I may paper the home with them”, she stated she won’t “cease talking out”.
In July she was threatened with a “pipe bomb within the mailbox”.
She responded: “To be honest, when you’ll be able to’t get a girl sacked, arrested or dropped by her writer, and cancelling her solely made her e-book gross sales go up, there’s actually just one place to go.”