Millie Bobby Brown Jokes that She’s 'a Karen' and Leaves Negative Reviews After Receiving Bad Service

The 'Stranger Things' star admitted that she also uses a "fake name" when writing bad reviews

<p>Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty</p> Millie Bobby Brown

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Millie Bobby Brown

Millie Bobby Brown isn’t afraid to point out sub-par service — anonymously!

Last week, food podcasting duo Table Manners with Jessie and Lennie Ware shared a clip with the 20-year-old Damsel actress as the three discussed topics over dinner.

“We met Millie at a hotel and had a delivery combo of Tom Kerridge food from his restaurant in the hotel, room service and even McDonald’s,” the Instagram Reel caption read.

In the clip, the ladies were deep in conversation when Brown asked them, “Do you leave reviews?”

Jessie and Lennie said that they did not, and asked the actress if she did.

“Yeah,” Brown said with a smirk before admitting that she does so with a “fake name.”

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“Because I think it’s important, you know? Here’s the thing — my whole life is people criticizing me. So, I’m gonna give it back to you sometimes,” she said.

The Stranger Things star then shared a couple of past instances when she felt a review was necessary.

Brown told Jessie and Lennie about a time when she and her fiancé Jake Bongiovi were staying at a hotel and an employee became persistent about collecting payment before their trip was over.

<p>Humane Society Naples</p> Jake Bongiovi and Millie Bobby Brown

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Jake Bongiovi and Millie Bobby Brown

Although the star was careful to not share the name of the establishment, she did share her review.

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“It was just like, ‘I really think that you should encourage guests to complete transaction of payment at the end of their stay,” Brown said.

Next, the Enola Holmes actress recalled a time when she was shopping in a store and an older woman mistook her for someone who worked there and asked for assistance in finding socks.

Brown said although she clearly did not work there, she found someone who did, but they were “so unhelpful.”

“And I was just like, ‘Please? This isn’t even for me.’ So, I left a review,” she said.

“Millie, are you a Karen?” Jessie asked while laughing.

“Okay, I’m a Karen,” Brown admitted. “I do think it’s important to know where you went wrong, and [there’s] always room for improvement.”

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<p>Todd Owyoung/NBC via Getty</p> Millie Bobby Brown and host Jimmy Fallon, February 2024

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Millie Bobby Brown and host Jimmy Fallon, February 2024

Brown knows just how to respond when critics come her way.

During a March 8 interview with internet personality Max Balegde, Brown addressed an issue fans pointed out regarding another recent appearance of hers.

On Feb. 29, the actress stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and left many fans wondering where her British accent went.

I’m an actor,” she said in the two-minute TikTok with Balegde. “I grew up in the public eye. I grew up in America. I come to set and I’m an actor and I adapt, and so I want to mimic other people.”

"I don’t do it intentional, and I’m sorry if it offends you, okay? But listen, I’m trying my best. I’m trying my best,” she added.

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