The Chase’s Jenny Ryan responds to trolls calling her ‘thick’ after player’s record-breaking win

She decided to go for the higher amount and got an’incredible’20 steps in the final round, before managing to successfully push by Jenny a number of times.

In the end, Judith nabbed’an incredible ‘70,000 – the highest amount won by any solo player on the show.

The Vixen was incredibly happy for her opponent, giving her a standing ovation after the mammoth win.

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And after the episode aired, she even took to Twitter to share a series of messages praising Judith – but ended up having to take on some trolls, after some viewers branded her ‘thick’.

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The Chase star Jenny Ryan hits back at trolls over ‘70,000 defeat

The Chase saw a historic win last night as Judith defeated Jenny Ryan all by herself, bagging ‘70,000 in the process.

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However, The Chase viewers, who brand themselves ‘The Chase Gang’ and are notoriously vicious on social media, have come for The Vixen with an onslaught of posts, calling the 37-year-old ‘thick’.

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After congratulating Jude on her monumental win, Jenny took on the trolls and needless to say, she won.

A now deleted tweet told Jen she wasn’t ‘the brightest bulb’. Obviously the Fifteen to One champ hit back.

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