Millie Bobby Brown doesn't need to be dealing with online hate!
The Stranger Things star opened up in a recent interview with the U.K. magazine, So It Goes, about how her family helps her filter the social media critics out of her life.
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"There are positive things that come of social media, as well as negative," she told the publication (via Refinery29). "I don’t look at negative comments because my parents and family don’t let me. My big sister controls my Instagram and my big brother controls my Twitter."
Luckily for the 12-year-old actress -- who expertly plays the badass "Eleven" on the Netflix series -- haters haven't been a very big issue anyway.
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"We’re obviously lucky in that I think everything about the show has been basically really positive!" she noted.
ET caught up with Millie at this year's Emmys, where she talked about Stranger Things' breakout success and uncertainty for her character in the upcoming second season.
Watch the video below to see what she said!