The reality TV personality detailed the slew of upsetting comments that have been directed at her on Twitter, adding that she believes the stress contributed to her weight issues.
"I do get a lot of negative posts on my Twitter feed," she told The Sun. "It can be upsetting, particularly when people are making comments on pictures I post as that feels more personal.
"I'll get hundreds of responses to anything I post saying things like 'You're fat', 'You're ugly', or 'Who are you?' It can be quite rude and disgusting, too. I have guys write to me about sex, that is horrible.
"The more pressure there was on me and comments in magazines or on Twitter about my size, the more my weight was fluctuating because I was worried about it... Even if there are 200 nice comments and three negative ones I think, 'Here we go, people still think I'm fat'."
Goodger added that the backlash she receives online is in stark contrast to the "genuine and nice" comments people give her in the flesh.
"No one has ever said any of these comments in real life, to my face," she noted. "But anyone can write anything on Twitter without revealing their identity. That's scary.
"It can be dangerous and not nice and people can find out where you are and where you're going. It's very powerful."
Goodger also saw her salon in Essex targeted by arsonists back in February.