Fans accuse Chloe Ferry of yet more photo editing as they spot melting straw
Chloe Ferry has come under fire again for allegedly editing her recent holiday photos, with many Instagram users slamming the ex-Geordie Shore favourite on social media.
The 27 year old, who found fame on the MTV reality show back in 2015, has been accused of altering her pictures on several occasions over recent months, with fans being quick to point out 'edited' parts of her photos.
Having jetted off to Marbella last week with her close pal Amelia Hewitt, Chloe wasted no time sharing a string of sun-soaked bikini pictures on social media, but was immediately hit with Photoshop accusations.
Chloe showed off her toned figure in a red bikini and sported a straw hat in the photos, as she relaxed at a beach bar with a cocktail in her hand. She pulled sultry poses for the camera while Amelia modelled a white bikini and pouted.
The TV personality's followers were quick to notice the straw in Chloe's cocktail glass appeared to be 'melting', pointing out that it may be as a result of yet more apparent photo editing.
"Why does everything need to be photoshopped? The damn straw is melting," one person commented.
A second noticed something unusual about the table, adding: "and the table leg."
It comes after Chloe was forced to hit back at online trolls who have been sending her cruel messages on social media claiming that she is far too skinny.
The 27 year old wrote a lengthy post begging those who have been leaving cruel messages about her weight loss, to stop following her as she feels she is a "healthy weight."
"Recently, I have been getting a lot of messages from people being concerned about my weight saying I'm too skinny. But when I had more weight on, people were saying I look too fat," she wrote.
"I have been brutally tarnished my whole life being on TV for my weight to the point, I physically can't win!"
She added: "Right now I'm at a healthy weight and I like the way I look, I love who I am! I'm confident in the woman I am!"
Chloe claims that online abuse has resulted in the decline of her mental health but has bravely tried to overcome this and has now realised that she does not care what people think about her appearance.
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