Ruby Rose shares a throwback photo from her troubled teenage years

‘They hated me at school’: Ruby Rose, 33, shares a rare throwback photo from her troubled teenage years

She is about to take TV by storm as lesbian superhero Batwoman, avenging the wrongs wrought on society by criminals.

And on Monday, Ruby Rose, 33, took to her Instagram Story to share a rare throwback photo of her from her troubled teenage years.

Ruby looks fresh-faced in the picture, sporting long, brown bobbed hair and rosy-cheeked skin.

Holy throwback, Batwoman! Ruby Rose, 33, shared a rare photo from her troubled teenage years on Monday

Ruby captioned the picture, ‘Altho everyone at school said I looked like Mandy Moore but they also hated me so… lol.’

Mandy Moore, 35, is of course the American singer-songwriter and actress. 

She released her debut album So Real in 1999, and starred in The Princess Diaries two years later.

Ruby (pictured, today) captioned the picture, ‘Altho everyone at school said I looked like Mandy Moore but they also hated me so… lol’

Ruby, meanwhile, has seen her career go from strength to strength in recent years.

After landing roles in Orange Is The New Black, Resident Evil and John Wick: Chapter 2, she is about to get her biggest break as Batwoman, which she is currently filming. 

But it hasn’t been an easy ride for the model and part-time DJ. 

Lookalike? The Mandy Moore (pictured) Ruby referred is an American singer-songwriter and actress. She released her debut album So Real in 1999, and starred in The Princess Diaries two years later

The actor has often spoke of being bullied at school, and in 2011 wrote candidly about the subject for National Buddy Week.

‘I started to experience tough times at school. I was bullied at school and faced some very testing and trying times,’ Ruby wrote.

She continued: ‘From small scale exclusion from groups of friends, to the intimidation of being followed home and verbally abused, to having to read every day “We hate Ruby” on the toilet walls.

‘This behaviour culminated in being physically attacked by a group of teenagers which put me in hospital.’

Ruby will no doubt be having the last laugh when she debuts as Batwoman in the CJ series of the same name, due out later this year. 

Will to power: The actor has often spoke of being bullied at school, and in 2011 wrote candidly about the subject for National Buddy Week. Ruby will no doubt be having the last laugh when she debuts as Batwoman in the CJ series of the same name, due out later this year

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