Ariel Winter has reportedly told her brother that she will never forgive him for siding with their mother after she claimed she was physically and mentally abusing her.
Ariel Winter has reportedly claimed that she'll never have a relationship with her mother or older brother again.
The 'Modern Family' star - who plays Alex Dunphy in the series - was placed under the temporary guardianship of her older sister Shanelle Grey in 2012 after claiming her mother, Chrisoula Workman, was physically and mentally abusing her.
The 16-year-old actress' older brother, Jimmy Workman, is said to have chosen to side with their mother and she's told him that she will never forgive either of them, according to TMZ.com.
In a text message, which was reportedly obtained by the gossip site after being filed in Ariel's guardianship case, she said: ''How dare you say you miss me ... if you really wanted to see anyone and cared, you'd do a 180.
''I'm sorry, what we've been through can't be fixed...''
Chrisoula is said to have filed the document in a bid to prove that her daughter is suffering from Parental Alienation Syndrome and that their family is being torn apart by the guardianship case.
The actress' mother was ordered by a judge to pay her father, Glen Workman, $4,000 last month, as he is in charge of his daughter's finances.
Since moving in with her sister Ariel claims she is much happier.
She said previously: ''My life is definitely more normal - and that'll help me grow up like I'm supposed to.''
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