Former EastEnders star Tracy-Ann Oberman was sent a picture of an oven on Twitter in a sick Holocaust taunt.
The anti-Semitic message to the Jewish actress contained the words: “I just bought one of these because Germans make the best ovens.”
Tracy-Ann, 53, who played Chrissie Watts, shared it and wrote: “Just another day on Twitter for me! Such lovely, lovely people.”
She said the poster “loves Corbyn and BDS”, referring to ex-Labour leader Jeremy, whose tenure was hit by anti-Semitism claims in the party, and the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions movement against Israel’s treatment of Palestinians.
Tracy-Ann tagged the Community Security Trust, which helps people hit by racism, in the post.
The charity asked Twitter to ban the poster and urged Tracy-Ann to call the police.
A spokesman said: “Tracy-Ann and others have bravely had to stand up against racism. They have been through this too many times.”
The actress has previously spoken about her experiences with anti-Semitism which has seen her receive death threats on social media.
Tracy-Ann became a household name following her role in BBC’s EastEnders which seen her go on to be nominated for a string of awards including Most Popular Newcomer at the National Television Awards and Soap Bitch of the Year at the British Soap Awards.
Since her role as the famous landlady, she has gone on to star in programmes such as Doctor Who, Waterloo Road and Casualty.
She recently spoke out following Wiley’s anti-Semitic outburst on Twitter, which seen the grime artist spew messages of hatred to his thousands of followers.
His social media accounts have since been deleted, something which Tracy-Anne says is a step in the right direction.
Speaking about social media bosses pulling his accounts, she said: “I for one am pleased it’s a step toward a safe space for us all.”
Twitter declined to comment but the account in question was permanently suspended from the platform.