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Austin – I was the villain and I killed it, says Abbey Humphreys

The STAR of a Netflix reality show took to the internet to vent about her role.

Abbey Humphreys, a cast member of the show Twentysomethings: Austin, claims she’s been portrayed as the villain – and people are divided.

Abbey Humphreys thinks she's portrayed as the villain in Twentysomethings: Austin

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Abbey Humphreys thinks she’s portrayed as the villain in Twentysomethings: AustinCredit: TikTok / Abbey Humphreys
Many people agree with her and stone her in the comments section

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Many people agree with her and stone her in the comments sectionCredit: TikTok / Abbey Humphreys

“Getting a once in a lifetime opportunity to join a Netflix show and make lots of new friends,” Abbey wrote at the start of one show. videotapes posted on her TikTok page.

“As the villain,” she added through the image of herself lying on the ground with a hat covering her face.

Based on Netflix, Twentysomethings: Austin is a “teenage reality series set in Austin, Texas” in which “20s navigate love, friendship, and embark on a new adventure: life. living”.

Abbey joins the cast as a recently divorced 28-year-old girl looking to explore her homosexuality and love after a breakup.

She has no problem keeping it real, and her edits on the show definitely got people the wrong way.

“That’s when you say you’re not going to go after a guy your friend likes and go after him BECAUSE KEEP BACK,” one TikToker insisted.

“You did…. You are definitely something,” another added.

“I’ve always turned root on and off for you.”

“At least your outfit is cute,” quipped a third.

However, not everyone objected to Abbey’s actions on the show.

“Won’t keep watching it if you’re not in it..you WAS the show,” mused one supporter.

“Yet your Villian era is a mediocre killer,” commented a second viewer.

“You’re not the villain!” another fan lamented.

“You made a choice, faced the consequences gracefully, and matured authentically.”

Another agreed that she was the villain but was glad she was in charge.

“All about baby growth,” they declared.

In response to someone who asked if they should watch the show, Abbey noted: “Watch at your own discretion and remember that editing is powerful.”

Abbey isn’t the first to blame editing for their unattractive portrayal of characters on an actual series.

Before, Sutton Stracke calls the editors of Beverly Hils’ Real Housewives for making it look like she broke an outfit designed by Rihanna.

Sutton told People in April 2020: “What missed was the first thing I uttered to Dorit, which was, ‘I love your dress.

“I really love the way she looks; She looked beautiful that night,” she added.

The same, similar, Little People Big World star Matt Roloff says his TV arguments with his wife look far more intense than they really are due to sly editing.

Abbey recently got divorced when she started filming Twentysomethings: Austin

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Abbey recently got divorced when she started filming Twentysomethings: Austin
Her plot is full of drama and a love story

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Her plot is full of drama and a love story

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