House of the Dragon: Teen star Emily Carey deleted Twitter

By Pranjal Joshi

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After a recent press appearance for the much-awaited Game of Thrones spinoff House of the Dragon, Emily Carey has revealed she deleted her social media accounts.

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The popular HBO series "House of the Dragon" star Emily Carey, the 19-year-british actress deactivated her Twitter account.

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when she received a barrage of abuse for "humanising" her evil character. she deleted her Twitter account.

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The argument started last month, when Carey and other "House of the Dragon" cast members attended Comic-Con in San Diego to promote the "Game of Thrones" prequel.

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She said to have created a backstory for Alicent in order to humanise the smart teenager in front of her fans.

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Books fans, who are aware of her turn into a villain, have accused her with misrepresenting Allicent by attempting to explain her transformation.

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Carey Self-described social media lover, and she said the criticism was so harsh that she deleted her Twitter account in an interview with News Corp Australia.

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