Millie Bobby Brown Went Through Being "Humiliated" By This TikToker

Millie Bobby Brown Went Through Being "Humiliated" By This TikToker ...

Millie Bobby Brown spoke about her relationship with TikToker Hunter Ecimovic in a September 2022 issue. She said the two were in a bad situation, which she stepped away from in January 2021. Ecimovic claimed on Instagram Live that she groomed the Stranger Things star after photos of them together surfaced (according to numerous reports, Brown was 16 and Ecimovic was 20 at the time) and talked about the humiliation she experienced.

Brown told Allure that it was a year of healing. When you get publicly humiliated in this manner, I felt so out of control and powerless. Walking away and knowing that I'm worth everything and this person didn't take anything from me, it felt very liberating.

In July 2021, the Browns' team issued a statement defending his allegations. They are not only dishonest, but also irresponsible, offensive, and hateful, according to E! News. Instead of engaging in a public discussion with him through the press or on social media, we are taking steps to ensure that he ceases his behavior once and for all.

Brown, who plays Eleven in Season 4, channeled the unpleasant experience into her recent Stranger Things performance, according to Allure writer Emily Zemler. During filming, Brown revealed that no one on the set knew how much the previous confrontation with Ecimovic had impacted her.

She told Allure that her ultimate career goal was to assist young people realize that she goes through tough times. I have made numerous bad decisions.

The 18-year-old actor is engaged to Jake Bongiovi, his second-youngest son, who was first introduced on each other's social medias before promoting to big-money events.

Brown confessed that she had developed a tense relationship with social media after being enlisted in Stranger Things. She began receiving threats and disturbingly sexualized messages from adult men, which prompted her to close her TikTok and Twitter accounts last year.

Brown said it's really hard to be hated on when you don't know who you are yet. So what do they want to hear about me? Cause I dont know who I am. It's almost like, Okay, no, I hate that. Okay. Forget that. Im going to try being this today. Oh, my God! I hate when you do that.

Brown revealed that a member of her team now monitors and posts her messages on Facebook and Instagram, the only social platforms she hasnt deleted from her phone yet. The beauty brand she launched in 2019 is Florence by Mills.

According to Seventeen, the young actor has launched a column called Mills Musings, in which she offers skincare tips and mantras.

Brown said in the interview that her family and friends helped her understand how important it was to remain true to herself.

While on her journey of healing, it is heartbreaking to know that Brown is surrounded by a supportive group of people.

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