Shailene Woodley is speaking out about her controversial arrest.
As you know, last week, the 24-year-old was charged with criminal trespassing and engaging in a riot after protesting the building of the Dakota Access Pipeline in Sioux County, North Dakota.
In her first full response since pleading not guilty on Wednesday, the Divergent actress penned a powerful essay for Time magazine revealing "the truth" about her arrest.
Explaining why she was standing in solidarity on Indigenous Peoples' Day, Shailene called out Americans for taking advantage of Native Americans without respecting their culture:
"We wear their heritage, their sacred totems, as decoration and in fashion trends, failing to honor their culture. Headdresses, feathers, arrows. Moccasins, sage, beadwork. You know what I'm talking about, Coachella. Walking around the flea market this weekend, I can't even tell you how many native references I saw being used in a way that feeds our western narrative."
The Fault In Our Stars actress continued: