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Katie Leung disclosed that she was informed as a young adult to act that racist strikes tossed at her throughout her participation in the “Harry Potter” franchise weren’t occurring.

The Asian Scottish actor, who played Cho Chang in the preferred films starting at the age of 16, just recently told the “Chinese Chippy Woman” podcast that she began experiencing harassment also prior to she started recording– and that an image of her was privately taken prior to her casting was introduced as well as glued “over the front page of every one of the newspapers.”

Leung, that was still fairly confidential and enrolled in institution at the time, described really feeling breached by it.

” I simply damaged down, I simply began sobbing,” Leung said.

She claimed that initial experience– together with the stress of representing Chang, that was described in guides as being quite as well as preferred in addition to being the titular personality’s puppy love rate of interest and kiss– led her to look herself up on the internet.

” I was googling myself at one point, as well as I got on this site, which was kind of committed to the type of Harry Potter fandom,” Leung recalled. “I bear in mind reviewing all the remarks. And also yeah, it was a great deal of racist crap.”

She said she even located a “hate site” dedicated to her that consisted of a counter of how many individuals differed with her casting.

She stated she informed her press agents concerning it, yet obtained no assistance and also was told to act like the strikes really did not also exist.

” I remember them stating to me, ‘Oh, look, Katie, we have not seen these websites that people are talking about. As well as you understand, if you get asked [about these websites and also the harassment], just state it’s not real, claim it’s not happening.'”

Leung, who kept in mind that she hadn’t had any kind of media training before she began doing meetings for “Harry Potter,” stated that she responded her head as well as abided in feedback to her publicists’ suggestion.

” http://www.rkcians.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/katie-leung-of-harry-potter-fame-says-she-was-told-to-ignore-racist-attacks.jpg” alt= “Rupert Grint, Emma Watson, Daniel Radcliffe and Katie Leung posture at the photocall for “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoe” > Dave Hogan/Getty Rupert Grint, Emma Watson, Daniel Radcliffe as well as Katie Leung pose at the

photocall for” Harry Potter and also the Order of the Phoenix “on June 25, 2007, in London, England. “Although I had seen [the racist strikes] myself, with my very own eyes … I was like,’ OK, I’ll simply say every little thing is wonderful.'”

Racist online misuse perpetrated by a rabid fanbase is not an unique experience, regrettably.

Kelly Marie Tran, that played Rose Tico in several “Star Wars” movies, cleaned her Instagram account in June 2018 because of months of racist and sexist online harassment after becoming the franchise business’s initial female of shade in a lead duty.

And also although Leung informed the “Chinese Chippy Girl” podcast that she is sorry for not speaking out about the racist assaults she was experiencing as a teen, she has been vocal in other means.

In June 2020, Leung pushed back versus J.K. Rowling after the “Harry Potter” author went on a transphobic tear.

In a Twitter string that started with the line “So, you want my ideas on Cho Chang? Okay, below goes …” Leung provided sources to sustain Black transgender people around the world. She finished the string with “#AsiansForBlackLives.”