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Bella Thorne attacks director for accusing her of ‘flirting with him’ when she was 10 years old


Bella Thorne is shedding light on her life as a child star, and, like many others have talked about their early years in the limelightit doesn’t look very nice.

The 25-year-old actress is famous thanks to Disney‘S Shake it up Besides Happiness‘S Zendayacriticized an unnamed director for accusing her of “flirting with him” and “making him really uncomfortable” after she auditioned at the age of 10.

Thorne told the model Emily Ratajkowski in her most recent episode High and low podcast that she “still [goes] back” the incident “everyday” and said it drove her “crazy”.

Watch the video above.

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Bella Thorne has criticized an unnamed director for sexually abusing her as a child. (Instagram)

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Thorne began in the podcast: “I had a director give me feedback once, and I was 10 years old.” “And the casting director called my agent and my agent called my mom and they said, ‘So she didn’t come forward because the director felt like she was flirting with him and that makes him really uncomfortable…'”

“What the hell are you talking about, man?” Thorne said, noting that she’s “trying to figure out most of the error in [herself]’ at that point, saying to himself, ‘What have you done, Bella? What did you do? You made him feel this way.”

But now, she reminds herself that she “wasn’t the problem” when this happened, when she was just 10 years old.

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Thorne, pictured here in 2008 when she was about 11 years old, rose to fame thanks to Disney. (Getty)

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Thorne told Ratajkowski: “I don’t care what I have to say. “I don’t care if I say, ‘Eat my p—y now. [I was] 10 years old. Why would you ever think [I was flirting]?

“Also, you’re in a director’s session, you can’t really say or do anything. You do the shot, you say hi and walk out. There’s no time to sit on your lap or make you uncomfortable.”

Ratajkowski, 31 years old, told Mix star that she needed to “forgive” herself because she was a “king kid” at the time, noting that she hoped the unidentified director would “rot in hell” “.

Ratajkowski said in the podcast episode before sharing his own story of an inappropriate exchange: “If you need a more interesting story about Hollywood and pedophilia and child sexualization, I don’t think so. is there. was with her agent when she was 16 years old.

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Thorne and Emily Ratajkowski at the 2015 MTV Movie Awards (Wire Image)

“They pointed to my picture, and I was walking with my friend who was also modeling at the time with the same agency, and they said, ‘This face. This is how we are. You know this girl was fooled. You’ve got to teach a lesson, Emily, about this,'” Ratajkowski recalls.

“I remember being so flattered and obviously also very embarrassed and terrified, and of course, looking back now, it’s amazing that they said so,” she continued of the interaction. which she originally wrote in her book. book My bodyand called her and Thorne’s experiences “the reality of being a young woman in the industry.”

Elsewhere in the conversation, Thorne also claimed that she nearly got fired by Disney after wearing a bikini and leash to a beach, while also refuting rumors that she was heavily drugged while on a leash. are struggling with acne.

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