That's why it didn't sit well with Turner when "Stranger Things" actor Finn Wolfhard was slammed for not greeting the fans who were waiting outside of his hotel.
("Imagine being 14 and heartless that you can’t even stop for your fans who made you famous in the first place! WOW,” one fan posted on a video of the "snub.")
In a lengthy Twitter rant, Turner skewered creepy adults who think child actors are "obligated" to stop and talk to them.
"Damn... seeing fully grown adults wait outside the ‘Stranger Things’ kids’ hotels etc , and then abuse them when they don’t stop for them is super weird," Turner began. "A. What adult in their right mind waits for a CHILD outside their hotel and B is then is offended when the CHILD doesn’t stop?"
She reminded her followers that child actors are still CHILDREN, and they do not "owe" their fans anything.
"It doesn’t matter if they are an actor," Turner continued. "They are kids first. Give them the space they need in order to grow without feeling like they owe anyone anything for living their childhood dreams."
Just because the "Stranger Things" actors star in a hit television show doesn't mean they've waived their rights to privacy.
"Oh and PS, Imagine.. you, a parent, walking with your 13 year old son/daughter and seeing a fully grown adult pointing their camera phone at your kid," Turner added. "You would do anything you could to delete that persons photograph, and remove your child from that situation as soon as you could. It doesn’t matter if that child happens to be an actor and consented to a professional film crew capturing their moves when in character. That does NOT mean that this child consented to being followed around with a camera in their face. I don’t care if it 'comes with the job.' It doesn’t."
Turner ended her rant with a message to the grown adults who believe consent is "optional."
"How dare you shun and demean that child when they don’t pose for an adult strangers photograph or walk over and talk to them when they take that NOT CONSENTED FOR photo," Turner concluded. "Doesn’t that go against everything we teach our children anyway? Pshhhh. Some people man."