Bella Thorne Blasts Unnamed Hollywood “Mean Girl”: “She’s Never Had to Work for Anything”

Bella Thorne for Seventeen.
Bella Thorne for Seventeen Eric Ray Davidson/Seventeen

Bella Thorne has some choice words for one unnamed Hollywood starlet. The Midnight Sun actress dished about a supposed "mean girl" she's come across during an interview for Seventeen’s December 2015/January 2016 issue.

"I have a mean girl. She’s in the business, and she’s very, very mean. I stay away from her at all costs. I never say hello to her," Thorne, 18, said, without identifying the star in question. "Her siblings are not mean like she is. It’s just her. One of the reasons I don’t like her is because she’s been a billionaire since she was very little, and she’s never had to work for anything in her life."

Thorne also dissed — but didn't name — one of her ex-boyfriends, recalling the time a former love crossed the line.

"An ex of mine and I knew each other’s phone passwords, and he was constantly going through my phone," she said. "I learned not to do that because anything can be misread."

Bella Thorne and Gregg Sulkin
Bella Thorne and Gregg Sulkin Rachel Murray/Getty Images for The Thirst Project

These days, Thorne is dating Faking It actor Gregg Sulkin. "Gregg has my password, but he doesn’t go through my phone," she added of her current beau, 23. "The ex and I also had a 'Don’t talk to the opposite sex' rule, so if a guy I was working with wrote me, it would be a big problem."

Thorne's personal interview also included anecdotes about her family and late father, Reinaldo Thorne, who died in a motorcycle accident in 2007. She hinted that the tragedy is one reason why she hasn't gotten her driving permit yet.

"I have a fear of driving," she told the mag. "I’m not mature enough to accept the responsibility of perhaps taking someone else’s life."

Bella Thorne for Seventeen.
Bella Thorne for Seventeen. Eric Ray Davidson/Seventeen

Another fact fans might not know about Thorne is how she used food stamps while growing up. "I don’t think anybody really knew – it wasn’t a very obvious thing. I’ve never really talked about it," she said. "I wasn’t hiding it, and it wasn’t like, 'Oh, I’m embarrassed because we don’t have money.' It was, 'Oh, we don’t have money, so we’re going to work that much harder.' It was scary, though, because you really want those jobs. It’s a different hunger when you want your family to eat."

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