Lena Dunham
Creator of the HBO show Girls Lena Dunham arrives for the premiere of the third season of the show in New York CREDIT: REUTERS

While on the Golden Globes 2015 red carpet, Lena Dunham took the time to talk about her social media life. She shared that she "sort of" left Twitter already because of the cruel people who threatens her emotional phase and what fans could expect of the new season of "Girls."

Nominated for the category of "Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy," Lena Dunham attended the Golden Globes 2015 in stunning red. E Online reported that Lena made sure nothing fashionably untoward, like a nip slip would happen too. The evidence of this preparation lies on "Girls" producer and Lena's BFF Jenni Konner Instagram account. Before the red carpet event, Jenni posted a racy and yet funny photo, presumably taken while Lena was preparing for the red carpet. In the photo, Lena wearing nothing but nude nipple pasties and Jennie captioned this picture with "#FREETHENIPPLE cover."

On the red carpet, Lena Dunham shared that the Internet has a dark side. To combat this dark side, she revealed to her Girls costar Andrew Rannells that she decided to stop checking her Twitter, even though she left it open. "I wanted to create a safer space for myself emotionally," the actress shared. "People threaten my life and tell me what a cow I am." She detailed that she does check her account sometimes but she is not dependent on it anymore. She even shared that she often get threatening comments telling her she should be "buried under a pile of rocks," especially after her memoir "Not That Kind of Girl" got published. The actress claimed that although she loves twitters, rude commenters ruined the experience for her, forcing her to them the "deranged neocons." Lena Dunham still managed to promote the new season of "Girls" on her account before her red carpet interview though.

Towards the end of her dishing to Andrew Rannells, Dunham refused to say anything as to whether her boyfriend Jack Antonoff would appear on the new series of "Girls," but did reveal that he is set to have "a pivotal role in creating Marnie's musical sound."