Defender Christopher Jullien says the Celtic players have rallied round skipper Scott Brown following the "ugly" abuse he received as he left Ibrox on Sunday.
A video emerged online of the Hoops captain being asked "How's your sister?" by a Rangers fan as he made his way out of the stadium after his side's 2-0 win.
Brown's younger sister, Fiona, died in 2008 following a battle with skin cancer.
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Police Scotland say a 15-year-old male has been "charged and referred to the Early and Effective Intervention Co-ordinator" while Rangers say he has been banned for life.
Jullien has said: "I didn't see the video, but I've heard about it. I don't think it's good behaviour. It's not welcome in every stadium.
"We are with Broony. We are giving Broony all the support he needs but I don't know what else to say. It's just ugly. I don't like that."