Lili Reinhart Reveals That She Is Bisexual

The Riverdale star came out while sharing that she would be participating in an LGBTQ-focused protest

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– Actress Lili Reinhart revealed on Instagram today that she is bisexual.

– The Riverdale star confirmed the news while sharing that she would be attending an LGBTQ+ for Black Lives protest in Santa Monica.

– “Although I’ve never announced it publicly before, I am a proud bisexual woman,” wrote Reinhart.

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Lili Reinhart is opening up to fans about her sexuality.

The Riverdale actress came out as bisexual today on Instagram, revealing the news while sharing that she would be attending an LGBTQ+ for Black Lives Matter protest bringing awareness to the recent murder of George Floyd and countless other Black Americans at the hands of police enforcement.

Posting the flyer for the protest, Reinhart wrote along with the image, “Although I’ve never announced it publicly before, I am a proud bisexual woman. And I will be joining this protest today. Come join.”

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Reinhart’s coming out follows her recent breakup with Riverdale costar Cole Sprouse. According to E! News, the couple split for the second time due to the coronavirus pandemic’s stay-at-home orders making it difficult for the pair to stay connected.

“Lili and Cole were in a good place when Riverdale was shut down due to the coronavirus outbreak, but they isolated separately and distance has never been a good thing for their relationship,” a source explained. “When Cole and Lili are around each other often, things are very good. Their relationship is very intimate and affectionate, but things become much more complicated when they’re apart.”

This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.

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