Jonah Hill's Ex-Girlfriend Sarah Brady Claims Actor Is a ‘Misogynist Narcissist,’ Shares Several Messages

"Misogynist hiding in plain sight," wrote Sarah Brady, on a post that featured an image of her and Jonah Hill. The former couple confirmed their romance in 2021, but split up a year later.

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Sarah Brady, the ex-girlfriend of actor Jonah Hill, has gone public about her experience dating someone, seemingly the famed actor, writer, and producer, in a series of Instagram Stories in which she claims he was narcissistic. Although Brady initially did not say that she was explicitly referring to Hill, she did share screenshots of an alleged conversation the two had, among multiple other messages.

Brady, who was linked to Hill in 2021, remained relatively lowkey about their relationship on social media, save for the occasional picture of the two of them. She remained silent following their breakup in 2022, and Hill was eventually linked to Olivia Millar. Since then, the new couple welcomed a child in June and sparked engagement rumors after The Daily Mail posted paparazzi photos that appeared to show a ring on her finger.

In February of 2022, Hill refuted rumors that he and Brady were engaged with a post he shared to IG.

“The rumors are not true. I am engaged. But not to my girlfriend,” the actor wrote at the time. “I am engaged to your mom. I know this is shocking but please respect our privacy at this time.” He added: “Media stop writing fake stuff, it’s corny.”

A little over a year after her split with the actor, Brady took to social media to seemingly talk about her experience dating Hill, starting with a black-and-white photo posted to Instagram with the caption, "reviving a pic I took down by request of a misogynist narcissist."

Brady also liked a comment left by a user which said, "I just want to say... that the type of man Jonah is, some of us think we can 'save' them in the sense that we can show them how worthy of love they are and outdo all of the trauma and harm in their life that caused them to be so insecure," appearing to confirm the "misogynist narcissist" in question is allegedly her actor ex.

Over the course of several Instagram posts, Brady shared videos of people discussing their interactions with narcissists and mentioned the "residual trauma" she currently deals with. She also shared screenshots of conversations she had with people responding to her experiences. "I've kept so much to myself about my last relationship," she said in one conversation. "Because he made me feel like I had to hide the intimate details of our relationship, sometimes he would get upset at me, venting to Family."

In another screenshot, Brady said she used Google's search option to look up narcissism signs because she thought she was one. "Like it's common for the partner of a narcissistic person to believe they're the narcissist," she wrote.

According to Choosing Therapy, "Narcissistic abuse occurs when a narcissist progressively manipulates and mistreats people to gain control over them, creating a toxic environment full of emotional, psychological, financial, sexual, or physical harm."

It adds, "Narcissists exploit those around them through gaslighting, sabotaging, love-bombing, lying, and twisting situations to suit their needs. As a result, victims can suffer long-term effects from their abuse."

In the messages Complex viewed Brady does not accuse Hill of inflicting physical harm.

Brady dropped other hints that suggested she was referring to Hill, including a screenshot of her telling someone, "I thought, because my ex is a celebrity, [dating a narcissist] would be a hard situation to relate to."

She shared snippets of her conversations with others that appear to point to Hill being the person she's talking about, including an anecdote about emotionally supporting a person up until "he got his new chick pregnant," possibly referring to Hill's child with Millar.

Brady also claimed that Hill said she was using him for his money and clout and disapproved of her posting Instagram photos of her surfing in swimsuits, chalking it up to a "fucked up internal desire for male validation."

While Hill's presence was sparse on Brady's socials, she did change the caption of a smiling snap she took with him at the premiere of his 2021 film, Don't Look Up, to say: "a misogynist hiding in plain sight."

In another screenshot, Brady shared an alleged text message exchange between the two in which Hill says that if she wants to surf "with men,” "to model,” “to post pictures of yourself in a bathing suit,” “to post sexual pictures,” and more he's not the right partner for her.

Brady went on to share more alleged text exchanges with Hill, which you can view below.

Brady also wrote that "someone being an emotionally abusive partner doesn't mean they’re a terrible person (often stems from their own trauma) and at the same time it doesn't mean it’s ok." 

Hill has made headlines over the years after addressing his body image issues and mental health journey. Last year, he announced that he will no longer do press for his films due to the anxiety it brings him. Hill also directed the Netflix documentary, Stutz, which centers around his therapist.

While Hill has been a press darling for some time, he caught some flack in 2013 after being short with a Rolling Stone reporter during a press run for This Is The End, which coincided with the magazine's Weed Issue. The reportedly awkward interview was riddled with quick, sometimes snarky answers from Hill.

Most recently, Hill has launched the "Meaningful Existence" brand that centers around his wellness guru alter ego, Ezekiel Profit. You can read our recent interview with the actor here.

Complex has reached out to Brady for comment.

If you or someone you know is experiencing abuse in a relationship, please call The National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or text "START" to 88788.

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