Actress Evan Rachel Wooden has an actual downside with a fictional character from “Stranger Things.”
The “Westworld” star issued a sequence of tweets calling out the “violent” conduct of the “Stranger Things” police chief character Jim Hopper, who’s performed by David Harbour.
Wooden, who has stated she suffered by means of an abusive relationship and self-harmed to manage, started the tweets after Netflix launched the third season of the horror present final week.
Within the new episodes the Hawkins, Indiana, lawman seeks a relationship with Joyce Byers (Winona Ryder) and tries to get Mike Wheeler (Finn Wolfhard) to cease seeing his adoptive daughter, Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown).
“You should never date a guy like the cop from #strangerthings Extreme jealousy and violent rages are not flattering or sexy like TV would have you believe,” she wrote in a tweet on Friday. “That is all.”
Wooden adopted by saying she was conscious it’s “just a show” however that it ought to nonetheless function “a gentle reminder not to fall for this crap in real life. Red flags galore.”
Exchanges with Twitter followers continued by means of the week. Some agreed with Wooden whereas some criticized her for taking an imaginary particular person from one other time too seriously and for seemingly suggesting that flawed characters haven’t any place in drama. She had a solution for that too.
The dialog carried on into Tuesday. “If you haven’t understood my point by now then I am not sure what else to say,” she wrote with a peace signal emoji.
Take a look at a few of her on-line dialogue beneath:
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