Dylan Sprouse and others have accused Jared Leto of preying on young models on social media.
“Yo @JaredLeto, what would you say your success percentage is now that you’ve slid into the dm’s of every female model aged 18 to 25?” Tweeted the 25-year-old actor.
Leto, who dated Cameron Diaz for five years, didn’t seem to care what people were saying.
Despite not offering an explanation, Dylan managed to get the attention of director James Gunn, who responded with a query. He starts at 18 on the Internet, according to James’ tweet.
James previously expressed regret for implying in a “Ambien-fueled” Periscope broadcast that Leto had slept with underage girls. The “Guardians of the Galaxy” director allegedly deleted the video afterwards, according to Pedestrian.
Over the years, anonymous online users have accused Jared of alleged s*xual misconduct, which prompted Dylan and James to make divisive remarks.
A groupie claimed to have had s*x with Jared when she was only 15 years old in a Tumblr post. “I felt like a real rape was taking place, not just a ‘play rape. He appeared to believe that he was raping me in his head. It was quite strange. “After I encountered too many adolescent females who had been approached by Jared in order to have s*x with them, I lost all respect for Jared Leto. He’s just another ‘rockstar’ who lets his ego get in the way so he can take advantage of young ladies.
A different victim claimed to be only 17 years old. “I can say that Jared was my first s*xual partner, and I sincerely regret it now. He was pretty aggressive and strong in forcing me to perform s*xual actions with him, and he was really pushy,” the woman claimed. After spending time with him, I am unable to conclude that he is into S&M or that he is a s@dist who enjoys hurting women. Every time I see Jared Leto on TV or in a magazine, it simply makes me hurt because I only see the man who took advantage of my youth and forced me to have s*x with people I had never done before and wasn’t ready to at the time.
Contrarily, Leto doesn’t appear to be bothered by criticism. After his “method acting” antics for his portrayal of the Joker in “Suicide Squad” attracted much attention, he vowed he would never again discuss how he prepared for movies.
He admitted to PEOPLE that he “should simply never talk about it because I’m not doing it to talk about it – I’m doing it for me.” “I’ll work how I want to work; you work how you want to work,” is one of my go-to responses. You can kiss my a** if you don’t like it.