Transcript for 'DWTS' Castoff Fights Back Against Adult Bullying
index," adult bullying. "Dancing with the stars" judge Bruno still under fire for a crack he took at Charlotte Mckinney on Monday night. We talked about it yesterday on the show. She and others are fighting back taking a stand against grown-ups behaving badly. Mara schiavocampo has more. Reporter: "Charlie hebdo's" smoldering rumba with her part knee Keo failed to ignite the judges Monday but this morning it's clear Bruno tonioli's comments to the 21-year-old model had many fuming. Listen, my Darryl living, you're never going to win the Nobel prize for quantum physics but you are easy on the eye and you produce word shapes. Sorry. Twitter sphere erupting some calling his comments out of line and misogynistic. Those must have been hurtful to hear. When you put yourself out in public like me you're going to get that. Reporter: And Mckinney is not the only one. Nowhere on north America TV have we seen a weather reader so gross as you. A Canadian meteorologist sharing hate mail she received over her pregnant body on air. Most people only focus on childhood bullying when, in fact, adult bullying is more rammant. When they are, there's a rise in stress and rise in illness and also there's a rise in overall frustration. Reporter: While Bruno tonioli declined to comment to ABC news Mckinney says she has a message for him. Live TV, I get it but it was so uncalled for. It just doesn't benefit anyone. At the end of the day it makes you look silly and it hurts someone. Reporter: You're moving forward in positivity, it sounds like. Not dwelling on the negative. No, it just brings you down. Reporter: For "Good morning America," Mara schiavocampo, ABC news, New York.
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