"Financial abuse is such an invisible weapon. It's not something we think of. We can see black eyes and we can see bruising and I think, we think a lot about the emotional abuse, and all of those things are valid, but to know that financial abuse is the number one reason why women stay and why they can't walk away — it matters so much to be able to do something about that because it unlocks the solutions in the other areas as well."
"For me, it's just such an ideal partnership, because selfishly I just participate and work in areas that are very important to me, meaning both fashion and supporting women's empowerment."
"To be an ambassador for the Allstate Foundation and for Purple Purse is an honor for me, because I love being able to be a part of real, long-term solutions for giving security, and wisdom, and knowledge and empowerment for domestic violence victims and survivors."
And in a new interview published on Thursday, the college student admitted that she received a ton of hateful messages -- including death and rape threats -- following the crybaby candidate's digital tantrum.
The now-19-year-old explained to The Washington Post that she couldn't have anticipated the kind of backlash she received, saying: