Zac Efron’s Ex Trashes Him On Twitter: He’s A ‘Hot Mess’ Who Won’t Stop Texting Me

Shots fired! Zac Efron's ex-girlfriend Sami Miro went on a Twitter attack with some pretty mean swipes at the 'Baywatch' star. She's accusing him of pestering her months after their breakup and even called him a 'hot mess.' Keep reading for the shocking messages!

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It’s safe to say that Zac Efron, 28 and Sami Miro‘s April break up wasn’t a very amicable one, as the 28-year-old designer unleashed hard on the actor via her Twitter July 19 before quickly deleting the posts. But if it’s on the internet, it’s forever as numerous fans of Zac screen grabbed the missives and are calling her out for attacking the star.

Sami’s taunted Zac by telling him, “Missed your chance, bye bye” with the hashtag #iaintsorry and claiming she’s “Finally ready to talk about it,” seeming to want to spill the tea on her nearly two year relationship with the Neighbors hunk. She makes it pretty clear that it’s Zac she’s referencing when she alleges, “Oh, when he texts you saying he’s trying so hard to move on but you already moved on months ago.” But the biggest bombshell is when she claims, “When you’ve never been happier and he’s still a hot mess.”  HOT MESS!!?? That’s a pretty heavy accusation to make against one of Hollywood’s most in-demand young actors.

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The tweets are no longer on Sami’s account as she deleted them shortly after posting them over a half hour period.  But Zac’s fans immediately began calling her out, claiming her messages were proof that she never truly loved him and accused her of still trying to ride his massive fame. Their breakup was quick and somewhat ugly, with Zac immediately deleting all photos of her from his Instagram and Sami fired back by going out on a date with a new man just a few days later, holding hands and having dinner with super hot DJ Alex Andre.

HollywoodLifers, why do you think Sami called Zac a “hot mess?”

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