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Sofia Vergara reads ‘troll’ comments, slaps Jimmy Kimmel

Sofia Vergara reads ‘troll’ comments, slaps Jimmy Kimmel

PEOPLE ARE MEAN: Sofia Vergara slaps Jimmy Kimmel. Photo: YouTube

Actress Sofia Vergara poked fun at the faceless Internet ‘trolls’ who regularly berate her in cyberspace by broadcasting their vile spewings on live TV in America on Wednesday night.

The “Modern Family” star was given a platform to let viewers have a taste of what she’s subjected to online during an appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!,” during which he read out nasty posts about her to her face, one of them prompting her to slap the late night host and storm off stage.

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