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Mischa Barton Slams 'Bling Ring' for Referencing Her DUI Arrest

June 29, 2013 (5:18 am) GMT
The Marissa Cooper depicter on 'The O.C.' rants on Twitter about Sofia Coppola's fame-obsession film, which stars Emma Watson.
Mischa Barton

is apparently not a fan of "", which was inspired by the real-life notorious group of Calabasas teenage burglars. The 27-year-old model and actress has recently taken to Twitter to slam the Sofia Coppola flick, in which one of the characters mentions her 2007 drunk driving shame, saying in the film, "Mischa Barton got a DUI."

"Really #sofiacoppola #theblingring my name? Shame on you," tweeted Barton on June 26, admitting that the line completely bothered her. The on-screen love interest of in "Addicted" music video then added, "The whole idea of this movie, granted, I haven't seen it, creeps me out #theblingring. #undeserved."

Still annoyed by the -starring feature, Barton posted another tweet the next day. "Why does this movie sound so awful! Wish it didn't exist #theblingring," she wrote.

While Barton is not pleased about it, , on the other hand, has repeatedly sung praises for the drama, which opened in select theater on June 14 in the U.S.

"I loved The @BlingRingMovie! Sofia Coppola is such a talented director. @EmWatson and the rest of the cast were amazing! #AMustSeeFilm," Hilton tweeted on June 16.

"The Bling Ring" has grossed $4.9 million worldwide.

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