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The Originals: The Real Reason Why Leah Pipes left The Show (Fans told her to die of cancer)

The Originals: The Real Reason Why Leah Pipes left The Show (Fans told her to die of cancer)


The Real Reason Why Camille died in The Originals
Why Leah Pipes Left The Originals


  • WARNING: SPOILER ALERT
  • some fans of The Originals And Vampire Diaries were outraged that Camille Kissed Klaus on the mid-Season finale
  • They wrote offensive tweets, calling her 'ugly' and that they wished she died 

The actress who took part in the popular CW movie The Originals revealed that she faced an avalanche of online abuse from cruel trolls who told her to "die", simply because her character had kissed someone on the show.

While some fans were happy to see the character of the actress (Leah Pipes), Camille finally kissed the protagonist in the show Klaus Mikaelson, played by the actor Joseph Morgan, after weeks of tension, left some viewers angry because they were hoping that Klaus would meet again with his former flame, Vampire Diaries Caroline Forbes, played by actress Candice Accola - they quickly took her out on Lea in a series of vitriolic tweets.

After enduring hateful comments about the fictional storyline, Leah, 27, spoke against bullying on Twitter and wrote: `` It's fun to have different opinions about ships, but I just woke up to my entire feed filled with someone saying they hopped I die of cancer. ''

The actress also replied to the fans who said they hoped she would die saying: `` This crosses the line. This is a terrifying thing to tell someone. Throughout the "ship"? This is my job. To play pretend. "

Lea fans have reported the Twitter user, who has since been banned from the social media site.


But the abuse against the actress did not stop there. Dozens of viewers, who wanted Klaus to be with Caroline and others who were hoping to meet the mother of his child, Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin), called Leah 'Ugly' and said her character was undeserving of Klaus.

The mean comments were particularly jarring because soon after their kiss, Camille was killed from the show.



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Comments have become so offensive that Julie Plec, creator of The Vampire Diaries and The Originals, has gone to Twitter to support Leah and speak up against hateful bullies.





Despite the hatred of some fans, Leah was grateful for her time on the show and tweeted after the middle of the season's end: `` I've had such an explosion playing The Brave Bartender in the past few years. Thank you all who loved her, she will be missed.


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