“Sarah Brady, Jonah Hill’s Ex, Alleges Emotional Abuse

Sarah Brady, the ex-partner of Jonah Hill, is making claims about experiencing “emotional abuse” while they were in a relationship. In a series of Instagram posts, she shared between Friday and Saturday surf instructor Sarah Brady revealed several screenshots of supposed text conversations with the 39-year-old actor via Instagram Stories.

Brady captioned the screenshots with a message to all women, advising them to plan their exit if their partner addresses them disrespectfully. The displayed text messages allegedly from Hill requested her to remove any surf pictures on her Instagram that showed her “ass in a thong”.

After Brady said that she deleted “all the posts,” the Superbad star allegedly told her it was a “good start” but she didn’t “seem to get” his point. “But it’s not my place to teach you. I’ve made my boundaries clear,” Hill reportedly wrote. “You refuse to let go of some of them and you’ve made that clear and I hope it makes you happy.”

Jonah Hill and Sarah Brady attend an event together in 2021
Jonah Hill and Sarah Brady attend an event together in 2021

In another screenshot, Brady shared a text message between Bardy and her ex-partner in which Jonah Hill said that if Brady wants to surf “with men,” “to model,” “to post pictures of yourself in a bathing suit” and “to post sexual pictures,” among other things, that he’s “not the right partner” for her.

Sarah Brady shares a screenshot of text messages from ex Jonah Hill.
Sarah Brady shares a screenshot of text messages from ex Jonah Hill.

The athlete then shared alleged DM exchanges between herself and Hill, in which the actor appeared to send her several flirty comments reacting to her surfing photos.

“Sharing this publicly now because keeping it to myself was causing more damage to my mental health than sharing it could ever do,” Brady wrote in another post.

Bardly then shared a message for her ex-partner who welcomed a baby with girlfriend Olivia Millar earlier this year — writing, “I hope my ex has a daughter” alongside a white heart emoji.

“Maybe she’ll turn him into a real feminist,” she continued, “because the fact that he calls himself a feminist now is laughable.”

SARAH BRADY INSTAGRAM
SARAH BRADY INSTAGRAM

“I think fame can put people in an echo chamber of viewpoints, which can enable emotionally abusive behavior,” she continued.

In the final post, Brady wrote that being an “emotionally abusive partner doesn’t mean they’re a terrible person” and said that it often stems from someone’s own trauma. “At the same time, it doesn’t mean it’s OK,” she concluded.