Actress Millie Bobby Brown on being sexualised at a young age: ‘It’s gross and it’s true’


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The 'Stranger Things' star opened up about the 'overwhelming' experience of growing up in the entertainment industry. Photo: AFP

English actor Millie Bobby Brown has noticed a shift in the way people and the media have treated her since she turned 18 in February.

On Monday’s (April 11) episode of the Guilty Feminist podcast, the Stranger Things star opened up about being sexualised as a child celebrity and the “overwhelming” experience of growing up in the entertainment industry.

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