Lena Dunham is taking a break from social media-- sort of. The “Girls” star made an effort to break away from the grasp Twitter has on so many people, she said on the red carpet at the 72nd Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, California Sunday.

Don’t get too worried though, the celeb isn’t going to be gone from Twitter for good. She said she just deleted the app from her phone. “People threaten my life and tell me what a cow I am,” she said, wearing a vibrant red dress that matched the Golden Globes carpet.

Dunham, 28, was recently accused of molesting her sister and lying about being raped after her memoir “Not That Kind Of Girl” was released in September. When the accusations about her came out, she took a break from Twitter and canceled her press appearances in Germany.

After some time away, Dunham came back to her account. Most recently, she tweeted about Season 4 of her HBO show, “Girls,” which premieres Sunday at 9 p.m. EST. The message was shared 1,700 times and liked 4,000 times by her nealy 2 million followers.

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