Millie Bobby Brown Deletes Twitter After Trolls Create Fake Memes

Millie Bobby Brown Deletes Twitter After Trolls Create Fake Memes

Millie Bobby Brown Deletes Twitter After Trolls Create Fake Memes

Below are some examples of the meme, which include homophobic slurs. She is also a vocal supporter of LGBTQ rights, even wearing a LGBT pin while attending the 2017 MTV Awards in 2017.

The lil darlin" has been the latest victim of violent meme culture and has deactivated her Twitter after a series of memes started doing the "rounds that falsely attributed homophobic quotes to the star.

The hashtag, #TakeDownMillieBobbyBrown, began surfacing again this month as well.

This has not stopped the damaging meme from spreading, however, with one popular tweet posted on May 12 saying "Millie bobby brown arriving at pride" above a video of someone driving a auto into several protesters.

And another obviously doctored image says: "I hate the word homophobia".

After people made fake and nasty homophobic memes featuring the 14-year-old Stranger Things star is saying goodbye to Twitter.

The trolls posted the awful memes during Pride month, and one of the completely fake Photoshopped images took off and got wide circulation.

Metro.co.uk has reached out to Millie Bobby Brown's reps for comment.

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