In support of the Time's Up movement, Bella shared the details on her Instagram.
Now, her ex-boyfriend Gregg Sulkin, who is still very close with Bella, has revealed that the has reached out to her after he saw her post.
During a Facebook Live interview with ET, he said, "I spoke to her. She’s good. You saw at the Golden Globes this week how important it is for certain messages to be put out into the universe."
"For anybody that has ever experienced that kind of thing, they do have a voice," he continued. "It must be extremely difficult and hard to try to share their story, [but] the more stories that are shared, hopefully the less it will happen."
Gregg also went on to explain how hard it is to grow up in the spotlight, like he and Bella both have, and believes that television networks should provide weekly counselling to their young stars.
"It is hard to remain levelheaded, so I do believe that there should be like, once a week, on any young network, there should be somebody that comes in and talks to these young actors about their life and hearing their teenage thoughts," he said. "I think it’s hard… when you don’t realise you’re becoming, like, a multimillion-dollar business."