'Stranger Things' Actress Millie Bobby Brown Leaves Twitter After Anti-Gay Memes


Millie Bobby Brown has seemingly deleted her Twitter account after becoming a homophobic meme by certain users online.

On Wednesday, Brown deleted her account after the #TakeDownMillieBobbyBrown hashtag, which originally cropped up in November, resurfaced.

Stranger Things actor Millie Bobby Brown has been forced to leave Twitter due to harassment.

For some reason, internet trolls Photoshopped fake anti-gay images onto pictures of Brown, who is active on social media including Twitter and Instagram.

The actress, who was one of the first recipients of MTV's gender-neutral award in 2017, is anti-bullying and a strong supporter of the LGBT community, who has publicly voiced her support for GLAAD's Together movement as well as Parkland shooting survivors.

"You could genuinely cause so much damage to her reputation and it's weird as f**k". To make up these wildly false memes and stories about her is especially heinous. In the viral image, Brown and Sartorius stood atop a lifeguard stand on a moonlight beach where they shared a sweet kiss. The Wrap notes that a #TakeDownMillieBobbyBrown hashtag also started making the rounds late a year ago and came back in full force at the beginning of June, which is Pride Month.



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