It’s easy to forget that celebs are normal people too. You know, with them constantly being in the spotlight and all.
CW “90210” star Michael Steger’s recent revelation reminds us that bullying doesn’t discriminate. "Childhood bullying was a big part of my life," he shared. "I think when your imagination goes to work and when you're first bullied, you feel like you're going to die."
The 31-year-old has directed/produced a one-woman show, “Brandee Built on Crazee,” which deals with childhood bullies and fitting in. According to Steger, the show is “very autobiographical” with a comedic twist.
“School becomes a war zone, and you can't function. You get paranoid and I just couldn't cope,” he stated. “That's why I feel bad for kids who are actually dealing with even the minor child bullying issues, because you really can't focus on schoolwork because you're just so concentrated on getting your ass kicked. So it's actually scary. I feel for any kid that's going through that.”
What can you do?