Deborah Thomas, CEO for Dreamworld’s parent company, has revealed the horrific treatment she and her family have received following the death of four people at the theme park last week.
Thomas said she has been the victim of a number of death threats after a news site published pictures of her Sydney home.
'We've been getting some pretty nasty threats directed at myself and my family,' she told The Australian Financial Review.
'We've had some concerns for the safety of our family.'
Canberra mother Kate Goodchild, 32, her brother Luke Dorsett, 35, his partner Roozbeh Araghi, 38, and Sydney mother Cindy Low, 42, were killed after the Thunder River Rapid ride malfunctioned and flipped backwards.