Millie Bobby Brown talks about being bullied at school and series three of Stranger Things 

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Her career has skyrocketed since appearing in Netflix's Stranger Things as the lead character, Eleven.

And Millie Bobby Brown has revealed she was bullied at school in England when she was younger during a candid interview with Glamour UK and Orlando Bloom.

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The 15-year-old actress said that the bullying led to a lot of 'anxiety and issues' that she still deals with today.

Yet despite Millie predominantly residing in LA now, the star admitted that she still has to deal with situations online, which are 'soul breaking'.

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Speaking to the magazine, she said: 'I was bullied at school back in England. So, it’s extremely important for me to speak out against bullying.

'I actually switched schools because of it, it created a lot of anxiety and issues that I still deal with today.

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'I have dealt with situations both in real life and online that are soul breaking and it genuinely hurts reading some of the things people have said.'

Millie added that she wants to protect children from violence and exploitation as well as negativity on social media.

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She said: 'Young people’s lives are increasingly under pressure. First of all, I want to make sure that children are protected from violence and exploitation.

'I also want to combat the negativity on social media – I have experienced it – it’s like a disease.

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'It’s negative hate that is genuinely so horrifying to me. Climate change is so important too.'

In November, Millie was named as UNICEF's youngest-ever Goodwill Ambassador, thanks to her work on raising awareness of...
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