EXCLUSIVE: Shanna Moakler on Coping With Daughter Alabama's Cyberbullies: They Said to 'Drink Bleach and Die'

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Shanna Moakler refuses to tolerate cyberbullying, especially when it comes to her 11-year-old daughter, Alabama Barker.

The model and actress recently sat down with ET and opened up about her daughter’s frightening experience being targeted online by “millions” of social media users. Shanna said some of the bullies even threatened to track her daughter down and hurt her, saying they wished she’d “drink bleach and die.”

The Growing Up Supermodel star says it all started when a popular internet personality criticized Alabama on YouTube for experimenting with makeup in photos on her Instagram profile.

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“What really upset me was that it was a 19-year-old man that kind of went after a [then] 10-year-old child,” Shanna lamented. “When you're a YouTube blogger and you have over five million to 10 million fans, and you incite your fanbase to go and threaten and attack anybody… that's a serious issue…There were millions of kids going to her page and telling her, ‘I'm going to find you, I'm going to hurt you. I hope you die.’”

Shanna told ET the threats and harsh criticisms didn’t end with Alabama. “They were coming after me... It was nonstop,” she explained, adding that the harrasment got so bad that she was forced to temporarily close her social media accounts.

Among the most shocking accusations? “‘Your daughter is a whore, she's a slut, she should drink bleach and die.’ The worst [things] that you can possibly think of.”

Shanna admitted that her young daughter was “obviously upset” and “crying” over the hurtful torments. She and Alabama’s father, Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker, sat their daughter down to discuss the traumatic situation.

“We explained to her, this is how this man makes his income. We talk to [our kids] like they're adults.”

Shanna has since become an advocate against cyberbullying, because she says she understands the repercussions of it firsthand. “I think there really needs to be some consequences for people with bullying, because there are children that are taking their lives over this. I'm so thankful that my daughter was confident enough, and had the self-esteem enough, to look past what the people were doing to her,” she marveled. “I'm very proud that she just continued to go on being who she is, but a lot of kids don't, and it's scary.”

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Shanna also opened up about co-parenting with Travis. The former couple share 11-year-old Alabama and her older brother, 13-year-old Landon.

Though their relationship has been tumultuous in the past, Shanna said they’re currently in a “great place,” and even referred to Travis as “awesome.”

“We don't have 9-5 schedules, Travis and I, so we really try to work with each other's schedules. He tours, the kids love going to tours… They just went to Europe. I can't give them a five-star tour through Europe. I don't have the funds to do that, but their dad can. They're going to see parts of the world that I may never see in my lifetime.”

The blonde beauty also revealed a unique co-parenting strategy the couple previously used -- a tactic Shanna refers to as a “nesting agreement.”

“We would have one house and the kids always stayed in one house. I would come in on my days, Sunday to Wednesday, and then I would leave and then Travis would come in Wednesday to the following [Sunday]...The kids never left, they stayed in one house and he and I would come and go.”

Despite their differences, Shanna said “the one thing we do agree on” is keeping their kids “grounded” and “humble.”

“They're good little kids,” she explained. “They have good hearts and good souls… We just try to communicate with them as best we can constantly and show them through our actions with different people how you treat others as you would like to be treated.”

Watch Shanna on Growing Up Supermodel Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Lifetime.

For more on how Shanna and Travis co-parent, check out the video below.