“Kate is a tough cookie and she"s grown used to what she calls 'the haters" who are constantly taking pops at her," the Mirror quoted a source, as saying. “But the level of abuse on Twitter can be intolerable. She really is in two minds about staying on the site.
The insider continued: “She gets lots of really lovely messages from her true fans who look up to her and they are an absolute pleasure. But in the same breath, there are the mindless idiots who bombard her with crude, abusive comments – which are there for all the public to see. She tries to ignore it but it"s hard not to be upset. She is considering all her options."
“It"s sad but that"s what happens when you"re in the public eye. Kate is trying to rise above it," the source added. Jordan will join the league of Courtney Love, Miley Cyrus and Lily Allen, who have all closed their Twitter accounts, if she makes an exit from the site.