Ariel Winter
Ariel Winter's first day of school was ruined by paparazzi. Pictured: Winter attends Vanity Fair, L'Oreal Paris, & Hailee Steinfeld host DJ Night at Palihouse Holloway on Feb. 26, 2016 in West Hollywood, California. Getty Images/Mike Windle

Ariel Winter is back at school, but the paparazzi are not giving her a break.

On Thursday, the "Modern Family" star started her new role as a student at UCLA. In the photos shared by Us Weekly, Winter, 19, sported a white shirt, classic jean shorts, and white platform sneakers when she attended her first class.

However, things didn't turn out well, because someone ruined her day. "Well, the paparazzi just successfully ruined my first day of school. Thank," the "Sofia the First" star wrote on Twitter.

Winter's followers had a mixed reaction to her complaint. Some believed that she should deal with it given that she's one of the hottest celebrities in Hollywood. Meanwhile, some are convinced that it wasn't her choice to be in the biz in the first place, because she was only 6 when she started acting.

It was not Winter's first rant against paparazzi. Last week, in a lengthy post on Instagram, the "Mr. Peabody & Sherman" star aired her grievances against the photographers for featuring her in any way they can.

"Something I wish people would realize...I am not TRYING to be featured on Snapchat, I am not trying to be pap'd everywhere I go," Winter wrote. "I am literally just LIVING and unfortunately, I can't do that without paparazzi following me around everyday."

Winter added that she doesn't want to reveal her body whenever she goes to the grocery store. She also complained how those people question her fashion and choice of appropriate clothing. She stressed that she's not perfect and she's not a stylist, while adding that she doesn't want to be in the news unless she's in a public event or has a project coming out. "So trust me. I don't want to see me in shorts," Winter ended her rant.

In related news, Winter's mom, Crystal Workman, accused the actress of reigniting their feud because she craved the attention. Workman also denied Winter's claims that she dressed the star inappropriately since she was a kid, which affected the latter's choice of clothing today. Winter even said that if she had a nude scene when she was 12, her mother would have "a thousand percent said yes."

"She continues to attack me. It's heartbreaking," Workman said. "I think she wants the headlines. I think she craves attention. If that means throwing your mother under the bus and hurting her and breaking her heart, she's going to do it."