Lexi Rabe, the seven-year-old girl who played Tony Stark’s daughter in “Avengers: Endgame” posted a video on her Instagram asking fans not to bully her or her family.
That’s right…people are cyberbullying a child.
She actually has to explain to people she is only seven and sometimes messes up or acts “a little silly” in public.
Apparently fans have not been happy with this and decide to take it out on Lexi and her family.
The fact that she even has to make a video about this means it must happen a lot, which proves people suck.
At the end of her video she even sweetly says “love you 3000!” which breaks our hearts.
Sorry on behalf of humanity, Lexi.
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I hate that we even have to post this. But yet again Lexi’s getting bullied. And this kind of thing makes it celebrities never want to leave the house never want to meet people. Please keep your opinions to yourself so Lexi can grow up in the free world. She’s a normal human being and she’s a child. We give her a talking and we give her timeouts but we don’t do that in public. Sometimes were rushing from place to place stressed like everyone else to get to set on time or work or whatever and we seem a little grumpy. I’m sorry if you see us this way but that’s life! If you ask us for an autograph we always almost say yes. If we happen to be having a bad day that might put us right on the right! We are not perfect! These perfect children are not being given the freedoms and the rights that they should. If your child is so scared to be themselves in public and mess up a little then you’re over parenting. We give our children plenty of rules and boundaries But then give them the freedoms to mess up and learn from their own mistakes. They would not be on set an on movies if they weren’t well behaved. Trust me they have no desire to hire kids like that! And there were plenty of children that productions can work with. So if you see us in public and think you have the right to judge. Wait. Number one until you have children of your own, and Number two realize that we’re not perfect and we’re not claiming to be! But just try to realize the different strokes for different folks what you do with your kids may work for you and what I do with my kids works well for me. My children love me and respect me even if they act out sometimes. Thank you! Jessica!