People.com Celebrity Kristin Cavallari, Melissa Joan Hart, RJ Mitte and More Team Up with People Now to Battle Cyberbullying Stars unite to talk about their experiences with cyberbullying By Jeff Nelson Jeff Nelson Instagram Twitter Jeff Nelson is a Staff Editor at PEOPLE. For nearly a decade, he has worked across the brand's entertainment verticals, reporting on breaking news and writing and editing across platforms, as well as securing A-list cover exclusives, including Barry Manilow's coming out and an at-home interview with Madonna. Jeff has appeared as an expert on Good Morning America, Extra, HLN and SiriusXM, as well as at RuPaul's DragCon as a moderator. He studied magazine journalism at Drake University, graduating with a B.A. in Journalism & Mass Communication. People Editorial Guidelines Published on November 11, 2016 11:45 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Stars are stepping up to battle cyberbullying. A slew of celebrities — from Kristin Cavallari and Victoria Justice to Melissa Joan Hart and Nico Tortorella — sat down with People Now cohosts Jeremy Parsons and Andrea Boehlke for a half-hour special on the epidemic, now available to stream on the People / Entertainment Weekly Network (PEN). “I had a number of different experiences with bullying both physically and verbally,” says RJ Mitte, who was bullied for living with cerebral palsy even after coming to fame on Breaking Bad. “When you have a physical disability, people see it, and they perceive it as a weakness. Yes, we do have to overcome it…but I never backed down.” Watch the full episode of People Now’s cyberbullying special, available now, on the new People/Entertainment Weekly Network (PEN). Go to PEOPLE.com/PEN or download the PEN app on Apple TV, Roku players, Amazon Fire TV, Xumo, Chromecast, iOs and Android devices. In addition to stars who have faced bullying in real life and online, People Now spoke to Dr. Jeff Gardere and Ross Ellis, the founder of anti-bullying organization Stomp Out Bullying. “The way I stand up to bullies is with kindness and love because I think that’s really what they need,” This Is Us star Chrissy Metz adds. “They’re misunderstood and probably really upset themselves.” Watch People Now’s full half-hour special on cyberbullying here on PEN.