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‘It’s disgusting’: Sydney Sweeney SLAMS online trolls tagging her family in naked Euphoria stills

Sydney Sweeney opened up in a new interview with British GQ.

The 25-year-old entertainer called out “disgusting” internet trolls, who took screenshots of her naked TV scenes and used them to harass her family.

“It got to the point where they tagged my family. My cousins ​​don’t need that. It’s completely disgusting and unfair,” she said.

Speaking: Sydney Sweeney Opened Up About The Toil Of Fame In A New Interview With Britain'S Gq, Calling Out Trolls Who Took Screenshots Of Her Naked Tv Scenes And Tagged Her Family Online

Speaking: Sydney Sweeney opened up about the toil of fame in a new interview with Britain’s GQ, calling out trolls who took screenshots of her naked TV scenes and tagged her family online

In particular, the scenes were taken from Euphoria, the HBO series that put her in the spotlight with its huge success.

Sydney drew parallels between the sexualization of women the show evokes and the behavior of the people who opposed her loved ones.

“You have a character that goes through the judging as a sexualized person in school and then an audience that does the same,” she reflected.

And she noted that it just fuels her to continue her work: “I think it’s ridiculous. I’m an artist, I play characters. It makes me want to play characters that annoy people.’

Beu: 'It Got To The Point Where They Tagged My Family. My Cousins ​​Don'T Need That. It'S Utterly Disgusting And Unfair,

Beu: ‘It got to the point where they tagged my family. My cousins ​​don’t need that. It’s utterly disgusting and unfair,” she said

Elsewhere on the pages of the glossy, the Spokane, Washington resident admitted she was “embarrassed” by her body growing up.

“I was ashamed and never wanted to change in the locker room. I think I attracted this weird character that other people had of me because of my body,” she recalled.

“I had breasts in front of other girls and I felt ostracized because of it,” she explained, adding: “So I played every sport and I studied really hard and I did everything that people wouldn’t think I would do.” , to show them that my body doesn’t define who I am.’

Hit Show: The Scenes Were Mainly From Euphoria, The Hbo Series That Put Her In The Spotlight With Its Huge Success

Hit show: The scenes were mainly from Euphoria, the HBO series that put her in the spotlight with its huge success

Aside from the downside of her work, she shared: The Hollywood Reporter: ‘I completely trust the filmmakers I work with, and I’m always so excited about anything [Euphoria creator] sam [Levinson] writes.’

She added that she’s so absorbed in the material that she forgets what it’s like behind the scenes, describing: “It’s like it’s someone else’s life.”

“People forget I’m playing a character, they think, ‘Oh, she goes naked on screen, she’s a sex symbol,'” Sweeney said.

‘And I can’t get around that. I have no problem with those scenes, and I won’t stop doing them, but I wish there was an easier way to have an open conversation about what we assume about actors in the industry,” she added. .

Life Imitating Art: 'You Have A Character Who Is Examined In School As A Sexualized Person And Then An Audience Who Does The Same,' She Thought As She Spoke Of Her Euphoria Character Cassie Howard

Life imitating art: ‘You have a character who is examined in school as a sexualized person and then an audience who does the same,’ she thought as she spoke of her Euphoria character Cassie Howard

Earlier this year in a sit-down with cosmopolitan the actress discussed her roles in both Euphoria The White Lotus and her struggles as a young woman in the entertainment industry.

In the conversation, Sydney admitted that establishing herself as a businesswoman in Hollywood was challenging.

“No matter how many people in the industry say they support young women’s voices, I still have to fight, even among older women,” she said.

Coming Soon: The December/January Issue Of British Gq Will Be Available On Newsstands And Via Digital Downloads On Tuesday 29 November

Coming soon: the December/January issue of British GQ will be available on newsstands and via digital downloads on Tuesday 29 November

Last month it was announced that the superstar will star in and executive produce a remake of Jane Fonda’s 1968 film Barbarella.

She shared the news in an Instagram post with a screenshot of a Deadline article and captioned it, “time to save the universe.”

Sydney will be recognized at the 25th Annual GQ Men Of The Year celebration in partnership with BOSS, taking place in London on Wednesday 16 November.

The December/January issue of British GQ will be available on newsstands and via digital downloads on Tuesday 29 November.

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