The 12-year-old daughter of murdered gangster Carl Williams has spoken out about her battle with cyberbullying. Dhakota Williams, 21, retaliated against cyberbullies in an emotional Instagram post on Wednesday. She claimed she had had enough of being chastised for her weight as a child. “They’ve been calling me fat since I was about nine years old,” she raged.
“When I was nine, I cried because people called me fat [fuck].”That was 12 years of having to comment on how others perceived my body: “It’s a shame I had to learn not to care, rather than people having to learn to be nice.”
“Sorry, we’re like fucking women here, unlike these nuts who want you to look like a pre-teen,” she wrote. “Women have thighs, buttocks, and breasts in a variety of shapes and sizes.”
The brunette concluded that “body shaming isn’t cool in 2022,” and she’s thankful it doesn’t bother her as much as it used to. Roberta Williams, who is Dakota’s mother and a widow from the underworld, has nearly 40,000 Instagram followers because she often posts sexy photos of herself.
Her father, drug lord Carl Williams, was beaten to death at Barwon Prison in 2010 by cellmate Matthew Charles Johnson when she was nine years old. Carr was a key figure in Melbourne’s infamous gang war, which killed 36 criminal figures between 1998 and 2010.
He was sentenced to 35 years in prison in 2007 for ordering the murder of three opponents and more time for conspiring to murder a fourth. “Women come in all shapes and sizes, with thighs, buttocks, and breasts,” the 21-year-old told her followers.
He died in 2010 after an investigation revealed that Victoria Police had paid his daughter’s school fees for $8,000 per year. Carr was later revealed to be an informant who provided information on several unsolved murder investigations.
In the months before he was killed, he wrote several long letters to his wife and other people from prison. These letters were later put together into a book called Life in Prison.