Holland Roden is very upset that she’s being labeled and accused of having hate in her heart.
The 30-year-old Teen Wolf star responded to some accusations being made about her in reference to old interview quotes.
“I guess this stems from quite a while ago when I tweeted about three separate, but incredibly devastating events that happened around the same time; that’s why it didn’t surprise me with the world in a tailspin these last few years- it simply made me sad- that these three events all happened around the same time. They all had to do with bribes, suppressing, or enslaving populations. This had absolutely nothing to do with any sort of religion. Anything else being insinuated is absolutely false. You are part of the problem to those people that are throwing the incredibly serious term Islamaphobic towards people you don’t know,” Holland wrote on Instagram. “It’s ignorant and more importantly, it contributes poorly to a situation where people who are being targeted need our help more than ever right now. Being a women studies major and living in West Hollywood for the last decade- anything having to with LGBTQ rights – I am firmly for- firmly. Anything I have said about this issue has raised awareness not distracted from the matter: whether I’m making light of a serious situation- or I’m protesting on the front lines.”
Holland‘s essay continued and you can read it in full below.
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It only took six seasons, but it looks like we’re finally going to get the Stiles (Dylan O’Brien) and Lydia (Holland Roden) relationship play out (in some way) on Teen Wolf.
Well, that’s if we get Stiles back from those Ghost Riders sometime soon…
So why did the show decide to explore the Stydia dynamic now?
“It was partly that we knew that these would be the last 20 episodes,” Showrunner Jeff Davis told ScreenerTV.com. “It’s the final season, and a lot of it is thinking, ‘Okay, what are the things we haven’t done? What are the relationships that haven’t really gone there yet? Should we go there? Should we go for it?”
Teen Wolf airs Tuesdays @ 9/8c on MTV.
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Tyler recently opened up about saying goodbye to the show.
“It’s become such a second home to me,” Tyler told EW. “I would stay for hours after work. I spend more time with these people, 17 hours a day, six months out of the year, for seven years…I’m really gonna miss having that second home.”
In case you missed it, watch the awesome teaser we posted last week featuring Stiles!
Teen Wolf‘s season six premieres on Tuesday, November 15 @ 9PM ET/PT on MTV.
Tyler Posey cozies up to Holland Roden in this backstage pic from the 2016 New York Comic Con at Hammerstein Ballroom on Saturday (October 8) in New York City.
The two original actors of the series were joined by co-stars Linden Ashby, Shelley Hennig, and Melissa Ponzio, and creator/showrunner Jeff Davis at Teen Wolf‘s final panel.
“I wouldn’t want to share the small screen with anyone else for 7 years other than these people,” Tyler wrote on Instagram afterwards. “We just had our last panel as a teen wolf cast at comic con. Comic con has always been such a staple for teen wolf. It was the first time we realized how successful our little show was. So it was perfect to end it this way.”
He added, “More tears to come, but they’re happy tears. I love you all so much. Thank you for loving our bizarre little tv show and helping to turn it into what it’s become today. Whatever that is. Best, weirdest, hardest, greatest 7 years of my life. #TeenWolfForever.”