Bella Thorne Dazzles In Sheer Lace Top And Matching Flares At Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini Show
Thorne is longer comfortable with autographing photos of herself.
The actress not only dazzled but turned heads as she attended the Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini show during Milan Fashion Week, wearing a stunning sheer lace top and matching flares. Bella Thorne paired the outfit with a pair of large silver earrings and a quirky crocodile necklace.
Accordingly, the 25-year-old had her red hair in soft Old Hollywood-style curls and added a pop of color to her look with red lipstick.
The outing comes as Thorne revealed she’s not comfortable autographing photos of herself. The Midnight Sun star reportedly shared an encounter she had with a male autograph seeker at the Sundance Film Festival, where she declined to sign the photos he handed her. She was given sexy photos of herself, some of which were taken when she was underage.
To complete the all-black ensemble, the actress also rocked towering platform heels and carried a small silver handbag.
Speaking of the incident at Sundance Film Festival with the Hollywood Reporter, Thorne insisted she didn’t like the situation, adding: “I normally don’t tell them off but they offended me. It was this guy and he was shoving photos in front of me and I looked away for a second and looked back and there were photos of me from my GQ magazine cover.
As she declined to sign the photo, the man, according to Thorne, continued to ask her to sign other content but then she blatantly refused.
“It’s super s*xy and my b*tts is out and I’m wearing lingerie and I’m topless. I said I wouldn’t sign that and he took it away and then put it back in front of me again. I said, “No, I’m not signing that,” Thorne said of the photos, which were part of the 2017 GQ Mexico cover spread. She added: “He pulled out another photo of a magazine with another s*xy image. He was like, come on, Bella. Sign it for me. I didn’t like it. It was inappropriate.”
Thorne clarified that some of the photos were from Candie’s campaign she did at age 16 and that it was clear the man wanted her to sign things that were viewed as s*xy and even underage.
The former child star recalled how the same fan told her, “Aren’t they all sexy?” To which she responded: “No, enough is enough.” I get it, they have to make money and everyone has a job so I get that. It was just that I was under 18, and it was inappropriate.” Upon further reflection, Thorne said she wouldn’t ever participate in some of the photoshoots she did when she was younger, insisting, “I wouldn’t do that now.”