“People make fake accounts and they racially abuse the hell out of you,” Betts told Phil Davis’ ABC podcast.
“It’s happened to me three times already this year. We’ve tried to find them; we’ve already spoken to the AFL integrity department.
“It’s kind of hard because once they do it, they delete it.”
Betts says he and other players “feel guilty” about not supporting Adam Goodes enough when the Sydney legend was subjected to continued racial abuse towards the end of his AFL career in 2015.
“We were only seeing the stuff that was happening on weekends and we kind of all feel guilty after watching the (The Australian Dream and Final Quarter) documentary for the first time that we didn’t help enough,” Betts said.
“I think (young players are) scared because of what happened to Goodesy; they think it’s going to happen to them.
“When I got racially abused last year I had Patrick Dangerfield, Alex Rance coming out and backing up myself.
“If you racially vilify me, I’ll call you out and happy to talk about it, but some other Indigenous kid may be too scared to talk about it.”