Sarah Hyland of "Modern Family," has decided to leave social media after learning that people are terrible.
After announcing to Twitter that Hyland's 14-year-old cousin, Trevor Canaday, was killed by a drunk driver, she immediately received judgment and negativity about her choice to include the family's "GoFundMe" link.
Apparently the internet doesn't follow the "if you have nothing nice to say, don't say it at all" rule, because many people offered their support, but not without using the opportunity to question Hyland's financial situation. Perhaps Hyland put too much faith in her fans and assumed they were, I don't know, decent people? Who uses a 14-year-old's tragic death to troll a celebrity for their wealth? A better way to express your distaste for her asking for donations would be to simply not donate.