Megan Fox asks agent to censor her Twitter account
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Megan Fox handed control of her Twitter account to her agent to stop herself posting an "angry diatribe" online.
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The "Transformers" star has shied away from social media in recent years, and she deleted her Twitter account in 2013 after just a week online, but she recently rejoined the website.
Fox has now revealed all her tweets have to be approved by her management team because she is afraid of posting a statement online that she might later regret.
She says, "I'm known for being passionate about some things so there is a chance I could write some angry diatribe in the middle of the night. I don't trust myself so my agent has the password and before I post something I have to ask myself 'Is this appropriate and acceptable?' and when everyone is thumbs-up, we then post it."
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