Bella Thorne is dressed up for the holidays in her latest photo shoot which is taking social media by storm.
Thorne loves to play dress up on her Twitter and Instagram accounts for her millions of followers. Earlier this week she posted a photo of herself decked out to deck the halls in a Christmas-inspired ensemble that had tongues wagging and eyes wide open.
The 20-year-old actress donned the typical Santa hat, but followed it up with a red corset, matching red garter, and white-as-snow leggings above red knee-high boots to give her real Christmas charm. Red lipstick, highlights, and sultry eyeshadow beckon the viewer to stand under the mistletoe to ring in the new year with style and grace.
Or maybe forget about the new year to slide between the sheets early.
Captioned in her Twitter post was "hi santa bb", referring to the Earth Kitt classic Christmas carol where Kitt requests ever more elaborate and extravagant gifts from a surely beleaguered Santa Claus.
Thorne’s Christmas spirit comes mere days after a shocking revelation that Thorne was molested sometime in her past. After posting a picture of herself wearing a purple suit (saying she “would f- this suit” if she could) Twitter user POWERinTHEnameJESUS replied by asking “What did Disney do to this girl!? I think she was molested.”
Surprisingly, Thorne responded, saying, “Yeah I was. So it wasn't Disney,” before following that up with“the world can be a sick place sometimes :/”.
Yeah I was. So it wasn't Disney https://t.co/rXasG4pqov— bella thorne (@bellathorne) December 8, 2017
The world can be a sick place sometimes :/— bella thorne (@bellathorne) December 8, 2017
With a single tweet, Bella Thorne joins the growing list of celebrities to share past sexual assaults online, breaking a long stigma against women speaking out. Dozens of famous celebrities led the charge following revelations of sexual assault by Harvey Weinstein, which has led to a worldwide movement where women come forward with their own tales of abuse.
Thorn hasn’t revealed any more details of her assault, but these things can take time and there’s no rushing people to tell their most painful of stories. We’ll get more from Thorne when she’s ready to share.