Milana Aleksandrovna Vayntrub is the daughter of a Jewish refugee couple. She began her career in the Entertainment industry as a child actress shortly after immigrating to the U.S.
She became famous for her appearances in AT&T television ads as a saleswoman Lily Adams from the year 2013 to 2016 till 2020. Along with her commercial appearances, she was also seen on the series which is Other Space (2015), and had a repeated role on This Is Us (2016–2017).
Milna made her acting debut by appearing in three episodes of the NBC TV series ER in the year 1995. Milna made her acting debut by appearing in three episodes of the NBC tv series ER in the year 1995. She and Stevie Nelson got along together to start a YouTube comedy channel called Live Prude Girls where they produced a number of videos. Vayntrub has managed to have a massive social media and fan following, which is 740,000 followers on Instagram.
How did Milna Vayntrub become a victim of online harassment?
An Instagram Livestream of the actress was reposted to Twitter, She was quite upset and emotional as she discussed how old photos of her are been manipulated into memes that make obscene and unpleasant responses.
Trollers posted objectifying comments and added “milk” emojis in the AT&T account. The official handle attempted to stop the harassment, by replying that the company does not support “sexual harassment of employees in their workplace.
The account later turned off the comment section on the post. Vayntrub finally broke her silence and took to Instagram to address and talk about the sexual harassment she was facing. She said that the entire experience has affected her emotional and mental health.
She expressed her feelings and opened up saying maybe it just has to do with being a person on the internet, or maybe it’s specific due to the reason of being a woman on the internet. But all of these comments. She took a pause while reading many explicit comments as they were on the feed and her screen, she said it hurts her feelings badly and the pain is unbearable.
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