Barbie Ferreira announces shocking exit from HBO’s ‘Euphoria’


Kate is out.

Actress Barbie Ferreira, best known for her role as Kat Hernandez on “Euphoria,” has announced her retirement from the hit HBO show.

The 25-year-old is trying to do anything to change her high school reputation, she made the announcement on social media on Wednesday.

take her Instagram storyFerreira said she won’t be returning to East Highland for season 3.

“After four years embodying the most special and mysterious character Kate, I have to say a very tearful goodbye,” she wrote alongside a “fan art” drawing of her character, co-star Hunter Shaffer, who played Jules on the show, was born for her.

Ferreira said she won’t be returning for season 3.
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“I hope many of you see yourself in her as I do and hope she brings you joy and sees her journey into the character she is today. I put all my care and love in her , I hope you can feel it. Love you Kathryn Hernandez,” she concluded.

The Post has reached out to representatives for HBO and Ferreira for further comment.

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Ferreira plays Kat Hernandez in “Euphoria.”

The news comes months after HBO was forced to defend itself over several reports of “toxic” work conditions.

Several disgruntled cast members and extras have recounted their “hellish” experiences filming HBO’s horny drama, accusing the producers of failing to provide them with adequate meals and bathroom breaks.

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Ferreira poses with co-star Zendaya and “Euphoria” creator Sam Levinson.
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“It’s toxic to me because I don’t think anyone’s really happy to be there,” an anonymous extra told the daily beast March.

Some workers claim that the union SAG-AFTRA has received so many complaints that a representative of the group showed up on the set in Los Angeles.

HBO defends the wildly popular series.

“The well-being of the cast and crew of our productions is always a top priority,” the network told hollywood report in a statement. “Production fully complies with all safety guidelines and guild protocols.”

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