Millie Bobby Brown (Stranger Things) is controversial after the photo was posted on Instagram


Millie Bobby Brown, best known for her role as an elf in stranger things, recently caused a stir with a photo on her Instagram account.

A photo that is reminiscent of old controversies

Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown, who recently shared the bill with Henry Cavill and Helena Bonham Carter in the Netflix movie Enola Holmes, posted a photo on her Instagram account this weekend, which is anything but unnoticed remained. Millie Bobby Brown poses with hair and clothes in a completely harmless photo. However, if we pay attention to the comments, we notice that some internet users have pointed out that the 16-year-old British actress looks much older than her.

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A post shared by mills (@milliebobbybrown) on Oct 9, 2020 at 2:01 am PDT

Either she’s 40 or she’s 12, never in between lol

Millie is not 16 and here she is 30.

This girl appears to be 34 years old.

These comments are a reminder of the recurring controversy of which Millie Bobby Brown is the subject. Some judge that, despite her young age, the actress is too often sexualized. The cover of # 1019 of L’Officiel magazine from November 2017, entitled “Millie Bobby Brown, 13, the fashionista” had caused an outcry and brought to a standstill the debate about the hypersexualization of young actresses.

In an article titled “Hey Stranger Things Fans, They May Not Sexualize Children,” Sharon Lamb, Professor of Psychology at Boston University testifies:

[…] Young female stars are often under pressure from handlers and executives to become more marketable for adult acting roles by considering their femininity and sexuality.

Translation: “Young stars are often pressured by their agents and producers to” embrace “their femininity and sexuality so that they are more easily entrusted with the adult roles.