Hailey Baldwin says social media leaves her feeling “depressed and anxious”.
Although the 20-year-old model is a keen user of Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat, she admitted she often doesn’t like what she reads or sees about herself on the public platforms.
Speaking to The Times Magazine, she said: “It definitely does something to the soul. There are times when I feel depressed or anxious and a big part of it comes from that. If we didn’t have social media, we’d have a weight lifted off our shoulders.
“It does affect you. People tell me I’m ugly, fat. I try not to care but the fact is, everyone wants to see what people are saying about them. Whoever says they don’t google themselves is a liar.”
And the star – who often attends a Bible group when she is at home in New York City – insisted that she believes some people can become possessed by demons.
Speaking about her beliefs, she said: “It’s not that hand-on-the-head, you pass out, weird kind of stuff. I believe in prayer and deliverance in a very intense way.
“I don’t think the Devil exists as a person, but I do think people can become possessed by demons.”
Meanwhile, Hailey was not impressed when her actor father, Stephen Baldwin, publicly supported Donald Trump in the US presidential election last year but she insisted that their disagreements over politics have not soured their relationship.
She said: “It was a very big issue for me, but my dad’s still my dad. I would never let politics get in the way of family. It’s over now, and his opinions have changed with how everything’s now unfolding.”
*Sourced by Bang Showbiz