Noah Schnapp revelation: ‘Stranger Things’ star mistreated in college? Bullying rumors explained

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK - MAY 14: Noah Schnapp attends Netflix's "Stranger Things" season 4 premiere at Netflix Brooklyn on May 14, 2022 in Brooklyn, New York. (Photo by Roy Rochlin/Getty Images)

As “Stranger Things” star Noah Schnapp begins his college journey, rumors suggest that the actor may be dealing with a familiar force of evil bullying.

Noah Schnapp became famous as Will Byers in the Netflix sci-fi horror series “Stranger Things.” The Duffer Brothers’ series, which debuted its fourth season in May, was renewed for a fifth and final season due to its success.

In an interview with Teen Vogue, the 17-year-old actor discussed his current college life at the University of Pennsylvania, saying that while the transitions were “stressful,” he was enjoying the experience amidst the new community. In a college party video, Schnapp was recently seen having the time of his life while jumping into a swimming pool.

The “Abe” actor went above and beyond to help fellow first-year college students by collaborating with Door Dash to provide free coffee to students with a DashPass membership. Schnapp announced his initiative on TikTok.

Despite his positive interview about college life, controversy recently surrounded the actor due to leaked screenshots on social media, implying that Schnapp was being bullied, possibly without his knowledge.

An anonymous user’s viral Twitter thread shares leaked screenshots of alleged University of Pennsylvania students discussing plans to pressure the teen star with drugs and frequently talking behind his back. Among other instances of bullying, one conversation described someone at a party putting “sh*t” in his drink.

Another user recently re-uploaded the now-deleted Twitter thread.

Following the leaked screenshots, a viral TikTok aimed at raising awareness of the “Stranger Things” star’s bullying allegations.

Despite the alleged bullying, fans show their support for Schnapp on Twitter.

As of now, no Noah Schnapp representatives have commented on the leaked conversations or bullying rumors.