The star of Game of Thrones, Lena Headey, joined the growing numbers of women who blamed crappy film manager Harvey Weinstein for inappropriate behavior of a sexual nature.

Do not mess with Cersei Lannister or the woman she plays.

"Game of Thrones" star Lena Headey fired back a social media user who bluntly responded to a video by the actress saying, "Please do not get dressed without makeup."

Instagram Tuesday to post a screenshot of the make-up commentary and let go of her anger, for in the words of Cersei, "A good king knows when to save his strength and when to destroy his enemies."

"I'm not going to go on wearing make-up:" Headey has put the picture in picture and adds, "Let's go (your goal)."

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"GoT" actress Emilia Clarke (who plays Daenerys Targaryen) applauded her farewell and wrote "PREACH BEAUTIFUL WOMAN". Meanwhile, Gwendoline Christie (the actress behind Warrior Brienne of Tarth) sent a series of pink hearts.

The makeup-shaming commentary seems to be on Monday's post on Headey's post, where the actress presented her new movie, "Fighting With My Family."

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Headey will be in the eighth and final season of "Game of Thrones" (HBO) on April 14 (9 EST / PST). I hope that your practical experience of killing internet trolls will be useful.

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