Sydney Sweeney Blasts ‘Disgusting’ Trolls For Tagging Her Family In ‘Euphoria’ Nude Scenes

Sydney Sweeney is looking out web trolls who took screenshots of her nude scenes in “Euphoria” and tagged her relations on-line following the HBO hit’s 2020 debut.

“It got to the point where they were tagging my family. My cousins don’t need that. It’s completely disgusting and unfair,” the actor instructed British GQ in an interview printed Friday.

Sweeney — who performs Cassie Howard within the teen drama sequence — spoke up about receiving misogynistic responses to her work. She famous that the “disgusting” individuals who despatched her relations the bare scenes echo the eerie sexualization ladies face.

Like her “Euphoria” character, whose NSFW pictures went viral amongst her highschool classmates in Season 1, Sweeney opened up in regards to the unsettling connection between her actual life and Cassie.

“You have a character that goes through the scrutiny of being a sexualized person at school and then an audience that does the same thing,” the 25-year-old instructed the outlet.

Chatting with Cosmopolitan in regards to the cyberattacks in February, Sweeney shared that she’s discovered to separate herself from disturbing web habits.

“When I get tagged in Cassie’s or Pippa from The Voyeurs’ nudes, it feels like me looking at their nudes, not Sydney’s nudes,” she instructed the outlet on the time, referencing her 2021 American erotic thriller movie. She added that these shoots are “so technical and so not romantic.”

Sydney Sweeney not too long ago opened up in regards to the unsettling connection between her actual life and her “Euphoria” character, Cassie.

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Regardless of her frustration, Sweeney admitted to GQ that the pesky trolls wouldn’t deter her from starring in additional NSFW scenes on “Euphoria” and different sequence, noting the unwarranted trolling fuels her much more.

“I think it’s ridiculous. I’m an artist, I play characters. It makes me want to play characters that piss people off more,” she added.

The “White Lotus” actor — who defined earlier this 12 months that she solely does nudity when it’s essential for the storyline — revealed how she’d pushed her complete life to make individuals see her for extra than simply her physique.

“I had boobs before other girls, and I felt ostracized for it,” Sweeney stated. “I was embarrassed, and I never wanted to change in the locker room. I think that I put on this weird persona other people had of me because of my body. So I did play every sport, and I studied really hard, and I did everything that people wouldn’t think I would do to show them that my body doesn’t define who I am.”

Although Sweeney beforehand shared that “Euphoria” director Sam Levinson by no means compelled her to behave in any nude scenes that made her uncomfortable, she admitted that she wasn’t so lucky whereas engaged on different initiatives.

“I’ve had experiences where I want to go home and scrub myself completely raw because I feel disgusting,” she instructed the Independent in January. “I didn’t feel comfortable with my castmate or the crew, and I just didn’t feel like my character would be doing it.”

“Euphoria” is now obtainable to stream on HBO Max.