Mick Jagger's daughter Georgia May has been targeted by online bullies over her looks. The 21 year old is carving out a successful career as a top model, following in the footsteps of her mother Jerry Hall, but despite fronting promotional campaigns for major brands, she is regularly targeted with vile abuse on Twitter.com. She tells the London Evening Standard, "I think that it's really f**ked up, personally, but you've just got to ignore it. People have got to be pretty bored and unhappy to be going around on other people's pages. And that goes for everyone, not just famous people. "You've just got to keep your head up and think, 'You know, what? I'm not going to bother with that. I'm not going to lower myself to the level of arguing with that'. "They'll say things like, 'Buck-toothed whore' or whatever. They will say, 'Get braces', but it's not as if I haven't heard that one before. I'd be miserable if I had braces right now - what would I do? I'd have to cancel all my modelling jobs! It would be terrible. "There are lots of other nice young girls defending me, but I personally think it's a kind of bullying. I put myself in the public eye, but I don't let it affect me."