Sydney Sweeney and Her Parents Faced Criticism for Her Mother’s Birthday Celebration Photos

We have seen Sydney Sweeney’ disputes in ‘Euphoria’, but now it’s time for her parents. She and her parents faced criticism for her mother’s birthday celebration photos on the 27th of August.

So, to know who Sydney and her parents are? Why are they facing criticism? Read till the end.


The Birthday Celebration of Sydney Sweeney’ Mother

It was Sydney Sweeney’ mother’s 60th birthday and it appeared that they enjoyed it thoroughly. She shared some pictures of her mother’s birthday celebration on 27th August 2022.

Sydney Sweeney titled the pictures, “No better way to celebrate my momma than a surprise hoedown.” Sydney and her mother can be seen donning cowboy hats and boots in the pictures as they line dance with their extended family, ride a mechanical bull, and take pictures in a photo booth with a Western theme.

Sydney and Trent were dressed for a genuine southern party in cowboy hats and boots. Attendees walked around with red caps that proclaimed, “Make sixty great again.”

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Sydney’s Parents Facing Criticism

No sooner did Sydney share the pictures of her mother’s 60th birthday celebration than started receiving criticism. The pictures gained popularity amid a surge of condemnation.

In Sydney’s collection of photos, a man who may be her father is visible sporting a Blue Lives Matter flag-adorned t-shirt.

Guests could be seen sporting red “Make Sixty Great Again” MAGA caps in additional party images posted by Trent, which some critics

interpreted as a sign of pro-Donald Trump enthusiasm.

Fans condemned Sydney’s family’s attire as being unneeded and disrespectful. One of the fans put down, “Kinda funny how Sydney Sweeney carefully curated her IG post so that none of the MAGA-inspired hats were seen and then her dimwitted brother’s post blew it all up.”

In her reaction, Sydney swiftly posted, “You guys this is wild. An innocent celebration for my moms milestone 60th birthday has turned into an absurd political statement, which was not the intention. Please stop making assumptions. Much love to everyone and Happy Birthday Mom!”

Her admirers were dissatisfied with her response. They pointed out that making witticism on a political drive catchphrase is still leading to a political statement. Sydney and her family have made no additional comments on the situation.

Who is Sydney Sweeney?

Sydney Sweeney, born on 12th September 1997 is an American native. She is an actress by profession and has received widespread recognition thanks to the Netflix series.

Her roles include Emaline in Everything Sucks! 2018 (Netflix), Eden in  The Handmaid’s Tale, 2018 (Hulu), and Alice in Sharp Objects 2018, (HBO).

Since 2019, she was also a part of ‘Euphoria, (HBO) represented by Cassie Howard. In 2021, she did The White Lotus cast as Olivia Mossbacher.

In 2019, Sydney was a part of the movie, ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’. Her character was Dianne “Snake”, directed by Quentin Tarantino.

Sydney Sweeney’s Parents


Scott and Lisa Mudd Sweeney are parents of Sydney Sweeney. Trent, the pair’s youngest son, is their second child. Her father has an unspecified job in the medical sector, however, her mother Lisa works as a lawyer.

Sydney Sweeney’ parents left Spokane and moved to Los Angeles to support her in the pursuit of her acting goals. The Sweeneys experienced severe financial and personal hardship as a result. Her parents had to move into a motel where they shared a single bedroom due to the high cost of living in Los Angeles.

Sydney Sweeney
Sydney Sweeney (Instagram/sydney_sweeney )

 “We lived in one room. My mom and I shared a bed and my dad and little brother shared a couch.” Sydney informed the Hollywood Reporter.

The challenges that followed their relocation to Los Angeles caused Scott and Lisa Sweeney to sever their relationship. They still haven’t made amends.

Sydney Sweeney’ brother, Trent is also approaching Hollywood. Trent is two years younger than Sydney. He received his first significant acting role in the 2010 film Norman, playing Young Norman. Trent also starred in The Opium Eater that year as Little “E” Detzer.


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