Hollywood superstar Daniel Radcliffe has admitted that he is not mentally strong enough to be available online, explaining the reasons why he never joined social media. According to the report, Radcliffe revealed how he never joined Twitter or Instagram while promoting his movie ‘Escape from Pretoria’.

The ‘Harry Potter’ star has revealed that he once considered signing up for a Twitter account. “I’d love to say there’s some kind of intellectual, well-thought-out reason for this, because I consider Twitter and getting me. If I do, 100 percent of people know that you all wake up to stories like ‘Dawn.’ .

Continuing the thoughts he had while signing up to Twitter, he said, “When I was young, I wanted to thank God. He wanted to see comments about me on the internet.”

“It’s crazy and bad work to do, and for me, Twitter and everything feels like a kind of extension. If I don’t read all the good things about myself, it’s another kind of unhealthy thing to do.”

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The ‘Horns’ star said she was honestly unsure of her mental ability to hold up the stress of social media life and think she’s right

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According to People’s Reports, the actor revealed in February 2019 that he had turned to alcohol as a teenager to combat his huge Harry Potter reputation.

“Then when you drink too much, you can say, ‘Oh, people are looking at it more because now I’m too drunk, so I have to drink more to ignore it,'” he joked.

“It can affect your mind. You have to expect to be happy all the time. You have a good job, you’re rich, you have no right to be excited about everything,” Radcliffe added. The 31-year-old star explained in an interview that she was under a lot of stress for not being able to handle fame and made a couple attempts to stop using alcohol as a way to deal with her feelings.

“I’ve been incredibly lucky with people around me at some point in my life,” he admitted. “I met some important people, some actors, not some of them. They gave me good advice and really cared about me. Finally, it was my own decision. I woke up one morning after night and said, ‘This is probably not good.’

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