Bella Thorne slams a Hollywood “mean girl” during an interview for Seventeen magazine’s December/January issue.
Thorne was very candid during her Seventeen magazine interview and disclosed some details about a Hollywood “mean girl” that she refused to name. The former Disney star described the star as “very, very mean” and that she tries her best to stay away from the said star.
“I never say hello to her,” she added. “Her siblings are not mean like she is. It's just her. One of the reasons I don't like her is because she's been a billionaire since she was very little, and she's never had to work for anything in her life."
This prompted fans to figure out who the “mean girl” is, according to People magazine. Some of the suspects included Gigi Hadid, Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, along with sisters Rooney and Kara Mara. Another was Kylie Jenner, however, Thorne already denied it was her through a Twitter message posted Tuesday. “I adore the Jenner girls especially @KylieJenner," she wrote.
Apart from her talking about the Hollywood “mean girl,” Thorne also shared to Seventeen magazine a previous experience she had with a former boyfriend, Us Weekly reported. Thorne explained, "An ex of mine and I knew each other’s phone passwords, and he was constantly going through my phone. I learned not to do that because anything can be misread."
Thorne also shared that her current beau, actor Gregg Sulkin, is the total opposite of the said former boyfriend. "Gregg has my password, but he doesn’t go through my phone," she said.
The actress also disclosed personal details about her life to Seventeen magazine and how she used to live off food stamps when she was growing up. "I don’t think anybody really knew - it wasn’t a very obvious thing,” she explained. “I’ve never really talked about it. I wasn’t hiding it…”
Thorne also revealed that her fear of driving was brought on after her father, Reinaldo Thorne, died in a motorcycle in 2007. She stated, "I’m not mature enough to accept the responsibility of perhaps taking someone else’s life.”