Sydney Sweeney says she felt “outcast” for developing breasts earlier than her peers

Sydney Sweeney has said she felt “left out” for developing breasts before most of her peers were in school.

The euphoria star reflected on the reaction to her nude scenes on the show and how the scrutiny of her body reminded her of challenging times as a young schoolgirl.

She also criticized people on social media for sexualizing her in real life, despite playing her character Cassie Howard while filming the nude scenes.

Speaking of To The sunsaid the 25-year-old: “I had breasts in front of other girls and felt excluded for it.”

She recalled trolls taking screenshots of her nude scenes and tagging her family members.

“My cousins ​​don’t need this. It’s absolutely disgusting and unfair,” Sweeney said.

“You have a character who is being tested in school as a sexualized person, and then an audience who is doing the same.

“I find it ridiculous. I’m an artist, I play characters. It makes me want to play characters that piss people off more.”

Sweeney, who was nominated for her roles in two Emmys last year euphoria And The White LotusShe’s previously spoken openly about how she’s “disturbed” that most of the attention to her performance surrounds her nude scenes.

Sydney Sweeney in euphoria

(Eddy Chen/HBO)

Speak with The Independent‘s TV editor Ellie Harrison told Sweeney last year: “I’m very proud of my work on euphoria. I thought it was a great achievement. But no one walks over it because I’m naked.

“I do The White Lotus and suddenly the critics are paying attention. people love me They’re like, ‘Oh my god, what’s she going to do next?’ I thought, ‘Didn’t you see that? euphoria? Did not you see that The story of the maid?’”

She also spoke out against “a stigma against actresses who strip naked on screen,” adding, “When a guy has a sex scene or shows his body, he still wins awards and gets praise. But the moment a girl does it, it’s totally different.” Sydney Sweeney says she felt “outcast” for developing breasts earlier than her peers

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