While it's not been confirmed that was indeed the reason behind the deletion - and, remember Blake Lively deleted all her posts recently to drum up buzz for her latest film - speculation is rife she was a victim of targeted harassment.
The page is still active, but there are now zero posts for her 190,000 followers.
After Tran, who is Vietnamese-American, arrived in the spotlight following her starring role in the second movie of the new Star Wars trilogy a year ago, she has been targeted with abuse on both Instagram and Twitter. Now there's just a somber picture of Tran, and a single quote in her biography: "Afraid, but doing it anyway".Читайте также: Conservative donor David Koch retiring from business, politics
In an interview with Glamour in December, Ridley said: "I posted a thing about gun regulations, because I was at an event in tribute to the Orlando shooting at Pulse". People weren't nice about how I looked. Simple as that. That is not what I signed up for. But I didn't sign up for them to say things like, "Your skin is s***" either'.
'Everyone said, "It's because she talked about gun safety", but it wasn't.
Tran was the first woman of colour to play a leading role in the franchise. If I want to talk about gun safety, I will talk about gun safety. Social media may be even more efficient than Darth Vader in bringing people over to the dark side.
Fans have been posting screenshots of her Instagram (before it was erased) to show the level of harassment the actor regularly faced from upset Star Wars fans who blamed her for their dissatisfaction with the movie.
Pleasingly, however, fans are also now rallying behind Tran.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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