As Tara Reid enjoys a holiday in the Dominican Republic she's posted a couple of cheeky pics because, well, that's what you're supposed to do when you're on holiday.
But fans have been commenting on her 'unhealthy' look with some pleading for her to 'eat something'. Because people are always going to have an opinion, it is 2018 after all so that's what we must put up with these days.
The 42-year-old American Pie star stood in the middle of two of her pals to show off her red bikini and uploaded it to the gram with the caption: "Having the best time with my girls in Casa de Campo, Dominican Republic". At least she's having a good time.
But it left her fans concerned with people telling her she's too skinny, others pleading with her to eat and more scolding those who were seen to be 'encouraging' her by telling her she looked good.
One said: "Im gonna need you to put on 30lb before you post again, thanks" and another adding: "Don't they sell cheeseburgers where you are ?"
A third hit out at a fan saying: "are you blind don't encourage unhealthy body image" and someone else said: "Please see a therapist! Wow you were so beautiful before what happened to you?!" Bet that's nice to read.
Others have taken to Instagram to defend Tara, with one saying: "Wow so much hate!! You know why people end up taking extreme measures with their appearance?"
"Cause of all the judgy mcjudgersons out there!! Didn't your mum ever teach you if you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all. Hope that Tara, who is a human being with feelings, doesn't read all this shit. Honestly."
And another commented: "Don't let the world get you down. Don't let people get you down. The only person on the world who matters is you, and that's where all of your love and focus needs to be. You've got to love yourself first, and take care for yourself first."
The former Celebrity Big Brother contestant has been targeted for her weight a lot, with fans often showing concern for her 'shrinking figure', reports the Mirror Online.
But Tara herself recently insisted she's 'never been anorexic' and said she's sick of people 'watching her eat'.
She told the Daily Mail: "I am not anorexic. I have never been anorexic and I don't have an eating disorder... I am just thin.
"People are overweight and we don't attack them every time they go out."
She's got a point I suppose.
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