When it was first reported that Famous in Love was canceled in June, sources described her "diva-like behavior" on set. In a wide-ranging interview with the Los Angeles Times' Amy Kaufman, Thorne said she believes Freeform called her a diva "because they were scared I was going to go running my mouth if I was upset.” Running her mouth about what, exactly? “Feminist issues, other things, bullying,” she said hesitantly. “It’s coming out of my mouth and I know you’re going to print it. But it was — there were some things — there were some comments made that — I don’t know. I’m trying to find a way around it. One issue is when you have a girl, a young girl who is on your show, you can’t tell her that she’s ugly or she’s fat or she’s this or she’s that because that’s going to make her feel bad.” Who called her ugly? “The network,” she responded. “In e-mails, and there was another thing that was in front of everyone on set. After, the cast was texting me, ‘Oh, my God, Bella. I am so sorry. That was so awkward. I feel so bad. Do you want me to come over to your room?’ ‘Oh, my God, I can’t believe they did that.’ It was all supposed to change on Season 2, and it didn’t.” Freeform declined to comment to the L.A. Times.