„If there's anything that I can tell people that are being bullied, it's that the bullies are really the ones that are hurting. Playing Lauren Tanner made me realize that she was evil because she was harboring so much pain from her childhood. And if there's anything I would tell anyone who is being bullied, it's to just let it go. Bullies are the insecure ones and the ones who are trying to get a rise out of you to make themselves feel better.“

—  Cassie Scerbo, Interview: "Sharknado" Star Cassie Scerbo Talks Being a Fanboy Favorite and Her Upcoming Music http://amp.uk.complex.com/pop-culture/2013/07/interview-sharknado-star-cassie-scerbo (July 24, 2013)
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