Olivia Wilde Angers Justin Bieber Fans, Jokes: ‘Someone’s Going To Throw Acid In My Face!’

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Mar. 13 2013, Published 4:35 p.m. ET

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Don’t mess with the Beliebers!

That’s a lesson actress Olivia Wilde has learned the hard way.

The 29-year-old says she has been bombarded with angry messages from Justin Bieber fans ever since she told the pop star to put a shirt on.

The teen singing sensation was pictured entering a London hotel recently, bare-chested and with saggy pants that didn’t even cover his tighty-whities.

On March 1, Wilde tweeted: “Bieber, put your f***ing shirt on. (unless you lost all your shirts in a fire in which case my condolences and please purchase a new shirt.)”

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But the TRON: Legacy star says the Baby singer’s fans were not happy with her comments and came out in force against her.

She told CNN: “I’m going to get attacked with acid. Someone’s going to throw acid in my face.

“If that happens there are 35 million Beliebers that did it. It’s like that ballet attack, the guy who got hit. It’s going to be like that but with Beliebers…”

Wilde defended her actions saying: “It’s something I would say to my little brother and I probably have said it: ‘Put your shirt on. Just put your shirt on. It’s cold out there’.


“And I meant it with all the love in the world.”

Obviously Bieber fans didn’t agree. One person tweeted: “@ShakeitBieber f*** you!” Another person wrote: “@CatchThatBieber that slut.”

Wilde seems unfazed though. She said: “It’s pretty much the funniest thing that’s ever happened to me because my Twitter feed is now filled with the most hilarious abuse…They’re all 13.”



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