Bella Thorne is continuing to maintain her bad girl rebellious image if her Instagram posts are anything to go by, with the latest snap causing quite the stir.
The 19-year-old actress has officially broken all ties with her former Disney star image by dying her hair bright colours, wearing scantily-clad punky outfits and having an unlikely fling with father-of-three and Kourtney Kardashian's ex Scott Disick.
Her latest Instagram offering shows her sticking her tongue out while wearing a pair of rose-tinted white sunglasses, with the caption: "The most perfect thing I have Ever seen. ❤️ @cometmusic"
Standing in a messy room with scribbled-on walls, the former Shake It Up star flaunts her ample cleavage in a bright pink velvet bralette, which she teamed with a tweed miniskirt.
She also sports a new hair colour, swapping her previously fuchsia-dyed locks for a half turquoise and half orange look.
Thousands of the star's 15.8m followers commented on the provocative photo, with one user writing: "Queen, your look is fatal.❤️"."
Another put: "As soon as you turned 18, you started to grow wild! Not the Bell Thorne we used to love and adore." Someone else commented on how she had changed in recent times, stating: "What happened to you? You were so normal."
A third added: "Girl you need a bath."
Thorne – who shot to fame for being a redheaded girl-next-door type – has gone through quite the transformation in recent months. Ridding her child star image, Bella is often sporting tummy-baring outfits and sticking her tongue out at the cameras.
She was recently slammed by her followers for dressing like "a stripper" in a recent snap of her wearing a black chest-baring leotard and hotpants.
One angry follower commented: "Why don't you do a nude spread already?"
Another added: "Who thinks that she looks like the second Miley Cyrus but without an ability to sing? But seriously, there is nothing good in that. So shameful".
Bella – who revealed she was bisexual on Twitter in 2016 – is currently starring as young college student Paige in the Freeform series Famous in Love, which is based on the novel of the same name by Rebecca Serle.