Millie Bobby Brown Deletes Twitter After Trolls Create Fake Memes

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The star of Netflix's Stranger Things deleted her account after a meme spread which depicted her as a murderous homophobe.

Now that it's Pride Month, it seems as though the memes have resurfaced so that some can get a laugh at the expense of the 14-year-old.

It's easy to see why Millie might not see the amusing side, considering she's very young and how easy sarcastic memes can be misconstrued by the oblivious masses.

User @thelovelesscIub wrote: 'i think y'all aren't getting the point of the millie bobby brown meme?

In reality, Brown is an active supporter of LGBTQ+ rights, and an anti-bullying advocate.

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Numerous posts attribute obviously false quotes like "We don't need gun control, we need faggot patrol" to the British star. The actress' Instagram account, which has just under 17 million followers, is also still live.

Millie Bobby Brown deactivated her Twitter account Tuesday after Photoshopped images of her went viral for all the wrong reasons. Instead, they're falsely accusing her of violent homophobia.

"You could genuinely cause so much damage to her reputation and it's weird as f**k". While numerous tweets directed at the actress have since been deleted, the tweets were said to have tried to label Brown as a violent homophobe by adding homophobic statements and slurs to her photos.

TooFab has reached out to Brown's reps for comment, but has yet to hear back.

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