Mara Wilson says she's still appalled by the public's scrutiny of Britney Spears. The former child star, known for her roles in "Matilda" and "Mrs.
Doubtfire" in the 1990s, published an opinion piece on Tuesday in which she slams the Hollywood industry for setting women, especially young female stars, up for failure.
In her op-ed written for The New York Times, Wilson, now 33, speaks to what she calls "The Narrative" that's been perpetuated by media and the public for years.
She describes it as "the idea that anyone who grew up in the public eye will meet some tragic end." Wilson shared one of her earliest memories of being publicly shunned after a journalist referred to her as a "spoiled brat" in an article when she was just 13.Read more on foxnews.com