“On Twitter, people feel so easily anonymous when they really are not,” she tells TheTVPage.com.“They feel like they can say things whenever they want. They will say things like ‘Oh, you were seen out with this boy. I hope you get hit by a car and die!’”Ouch!“It’s like, ‘Whoa! We need to all calm down,” she says.“Why are we arguing about some guy that you don’t even know and that I just hung out with one time? We shouldn’t be fighting over that stuff. We should be encouraging each other.”
Not that Breslin, 19, will be winning any awards for social media etiquette.
Last winter she put ex-beau Michael Clifford [5 Seconds of Summer] on full blast in a brutal no holds-barred music video called “You Suck.”
The former child star also angered the Internet gods by appearing to call Taylor Swift an “emotionally unstable cat lady.”
[Breslin later backpedaled saying the comments were a joke about herself.]
Still, the longtime rom com and indie film darling seems to be embracing her new edgier, more confident attitude like a badge of honor.
At her first meeting with SCREAM QUEENS creator Ryan Murphy, Breslin let her desires immediately be known: “I was like, ‘I want to play a mean girl!’”
“I am always shocked when people recognize me from movies when I was little.”
“One time someone asked me if I was Hannah Montana.”
SCREAM QUEENS premieres September 22 on Fox.
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