Some are now reconsidering how Spears was criticized after her breakup with Justin Timberlake, and Thorne called this to mind since her ex Charlie Puth alleged cheating after they split.

Credit: Courtesy of Bella Thorne/Britney Spears/Instagram



In an interview with Fox News, Bella Thorne spoke about how "The New York Time Presents: Framing Britney Spears" made her feel.

Bella Thorne conceded that watching the documentary was very emotional for her. She found it very upsetting to watch that this was happening, that it still happens, that everyone was complicit in it, and that it is what Britney Spears suffered.

As Thorne has spoken about her childhood fame and her difficulties with it, she can relate to Spears and what she has gone through.


Credit: Courtesy of Bella Thorne/Instagram

"By the time I was 14 I was very famous and there was paparazzi, people constantly looking at me and trying to touch me and insert themselves around me, around my life," she explained. "Fake people, real people, all kinds of people including the public judging me for everything that I do."

Thorne also pointed out that everyone is responsible for supporting the cultural problem, even if there are levels of complicity.

"The documentary is stunning in the sense that it really gives us the full-blown perspective of the situation," she continued. "But it's really disgusting in the sense that here it is in black-and-white, this is what we did to her. My goodness, I just feel literally terrible."


Credit: Courtesy of Britney Spears/Instagram

Some are now reconsidering how Spears was criticized after her breakup with Justin Timberlake, and Thorne called this to mind since her ex Charlie Puth alleged cheating after they split.

"I was called a cheater and a slut and that hurt and people still think that was true," she explained. "I've definitely been through my fair share of people putting some other perspective on me or lying about me publicly. I definitely relate to the male misogyny that is placed on all of us, in us women."



In Thorne's view, the #FreeBritney movement is of course significant. Having as many people apologize to Spears as possible would make a big difference, she said.

Thorne got her first real break in the 2007 series "Dirty Sexy Money" and then in "My Own Worst Enemy" in 2009. She became a household name in 2010 as CeCe Jones on the Disney Channel series "Shake It Up."







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