Bella Thorne won’t Autograph Her Teen Promiscuous Photos
Bella Thorne is taking a stand when it comes to autographing racy photos taken at a young age. The Famous In Love alum, 25, told The Hollywood Reporter about the altercation she had with a man on the street during the Sundance Film Festival. When she refused to sign the provocative photographs given to him.
I looked away for a second and looked back
“I usually don’t tell them, but they pissed me off,” she said of Autograph Hounds. “It was this guy and he was showing pictures in front of me and I looked away for a second and looked back and there was a picture of me from my GQ Magazine cover. It’s super-sexy and my butt is out and I’m wearing lingerie and I’m topless
former child star says
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“I was like, ‘Give me some more.’ He said, ‘Aren’t they all sexy?’ No, enough is enough. But I get it, they have to make money and everyone has a job so I get it. It was just that I was under 18 and that’s inappropriate,” Thorne explained. The former child star says she definitely looks back and rethinks some of the images she was in during her younger years. However, she believes that she cannot change the way it happened.
getting more and more intense
“I won’t do that anymore,” she added, adding, “You also can’t waste your time trying to take back those times or moments when you were very sexy or think that being a woman is just that.” Or is that? I also think when you’re growing up, now you suddenly have boobs and everything is growing and getting more and more intense. You start liking people and everything changes “
The 25-year-old also tries to keep things in perspective.
“But for me, I really cleaned it up a lot,” she said. “I could have done a lot of bad things, as a lot of teens do. I didn’t have really difficult issues with mental health or being stuck in a really dark place where I didn’t want to get out of bed. My I mean, I’ve definitely been there but I’ve been very lucky.”
founder of her own cannabis company
The former Disney star has been open about her road to success. At a young age, she dealt with “crippling anxiety” and began smoking weed, which she credits with helping ease her stress. Now, she’s the founder of her own cannabis company called Forbidden Flowers and a staple on the indie film scene.