This doesn't make her initial post any better, but at least she owned up to it…
Mischa Barton has been getting the worst kind of attention this week after she posted a tasteless, tacky photo showing her "solidarity" with those killed by police officers in light of the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile.
Barton, as you remember, posted a message about two black men being gunned down by police officers in suspicious circumstances accompanied by a photo of herself in a bikini while aboard a yacht, pretty much proving her out-of-touch attitude and defining privilege.
Barton immediately deleted that initial post, but the Internet always finds a way to remember — and the wrath of social media came down hard on her almost immediately for her out-of-touch message.
Thankfully, now she's proving to be receptive and sensitive, publicly apologizing for the post and her actions in regards to the two shootings.
Very early Friday morning, Barton posted a string of messages to her Twitter account (below) about the Sterling and Castile tragedies, as well as her response to criticism: