Bella Thorne Told Fans Sharing Stories of Sexual Abuse to "Stay Strong"

Bella Thorne Told Fans Sharing Stories of Sexual Abuse to

Bella Thorne Told Fans Sharing Stories of Sexual Abuse to "Stay Strong"

'Over and over I waited for it to stop and finally it did. "Please today stand up for every soul (that's mistreated)".

Just after Bella Thorne opened up about being sexually and physically abused until she was 14 years old, she returned to Instagram to thank her followers for their support.

Thorne made her comments on Sunday hours before actors and actresses wore all black to the Golden Globes in support of the same Time's Up campaign, which was launched amid sexual assault and harassment allegations made against producer Harvey Weinstein and a growing list of other powerful men in and outside of Hollywood.

"I didn't know the person sneaking into my bedroom at night was a bad person", she added.

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Bella Thorne, 20, uncovered she was sexually abused all through her childhood on January 7, and now the Disney star has taken to her Instagram Story to express gratitude toward her dependable fans for their help - and for disclosing their own encounters.

The former Disney star posted a tearful video to Twitter, in which she encouraged those fans sharing their own stories, telling them, "I'm so proud of you guys".

This isn't the first time Bella Thorne has mentioned sexual abuse, although she had not previously gone into detail. Though the Latina did not elaborate on the incident she did tweet, "The world can be a sick place sometimes".

This is not the first time Bella has come out about her abuse, responding to a troll online earlier a year ago who asked, 'What did Disney do to this girl?! Bella Thorne hasn't gone into specifics, but her story has started another movement of young women sharing their stories publically. It's such a... I'm really proud. "Peace, I love you guys". Bella Thorne didn't attend, but she showed her solidarity with the movement in another way.

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