AceShowbiz - "Sons of Anarchy" actor Charlie Hunnam had a message for female fans who bullied his longtime girlfriend Morgana McNelis. He asked her friend Tina Lou, who maintains his Facebook page, to post the lengthy message on his behalf to stop "immature girls" from harassing his beloved girlfriend.
"It has been brought to my attention that there is a group of immature girls posting a large number of hard messages aimed at my long time girlfriend. I would respectfully ask you to stop doing this," Charlie wrote. He went on explaining who Morgana really was while also praising her. "She is an intelligent, beautiful, kind person who just tried to live a simple life and has nothing to do with the entertainment industry," he continued.
He asked his fans to stop saying negative things about his girlfriend of eleven years. "If you want to talk s**t, talk s**t about me, leave her out of it," he stated, before saying that he loved the jewelry designer very much. "This is a girl I love very much and have spent the last eleven years of my life with and hope to spend the next sixty years. She has been my loyal and supportive partner long before I had any success or money. Why would you attack her out of admiration for me? It makes no sense," he shared.
The 35-year-old actor then suggested his fans to think about "improving the quality of your own life" rather than to attack Morgana. "There is literally nothing about her or her behavior that deserves this type of condemnation. Thank you in advance for respecting this request. Best Wishes, Charlie Hunnam," he ended his message.
After it was posted, some fans just weren't convinced that the message came from Charlie himself. Charlie then made a video to confirm his action. In the video, he said, "I asked her to post a message for me. It comes from me. The fact [she is] getting harassed for doing that, is sort of the direct opposite of the message that I was trying to convey, which is simply that life can be very difficult without people going out of their way to be nasty to one another. Try to be a little more kind."
"I don't do social media... the genesis of it was a way to create a forum for people to make new friends... to express different ideas... not as a new forum for bullying which seems unfortunately to be an unpleasant side effect of it," he added.