You post this in every thread she's mentioned in. Dude, I've accepted that I'm irrationally in love with her to a downright debilitating extent, but it's important to keep it realistic because if you create this completely fictional representation of her you risk ending up in stalker territory when she can't measure up to your fantasy.
-It's been remarked she has a drinking problem. She's posted a shitload of images and videos on her social media where she's drinking booze and she named her character in D&D after her favorite bar.
-Whenever she smokes a cigarette in a film, she holds it between her index finger and thumb rather than between her index and middle finger, suggesting she likely smokes pot. To this end, she did a music video where she drives around with a living grass man in a weed car.
-She got into acting and modeling because her step-father was a "photographer" and couldn't stop taking pictures of her and filming her.
-She commented in an interview at 16 "all my characters have bad relationships with their parents."
-She is either currently or was in the past dating that guy she went to that show premiere with. He confirmed it on his Instagram and she sent him a valentine's returning the sentiment.
-She's done political spots for the ACLU, and she's stated her favorite show is Steven Universe.
-In It she plays a girl who has a scene where she's gangbanged which thankfully wasn't in the movie. In Sharp Objects her character is gangraped in the woods off-screen in a cheerleader uniform, we only see her being chased.
-I Am Not Okay With This is about her killing a white male jock, fucking a Jewish drug dealer and describing their sexual encounters, and realizing she's a lesbian in love with her black friend. Nancy Drew was produced by Ellen DeGeneres, who Sophia was a frequent guest on. Uncle Frank is about her supporting her gay uncle's lifestyle.
She's an adorable young woman, but let's not delude ourselves.