Tara Reid posted a startling picture to her Instagram and Twitter accounts on Tuesday, showing her face looking bruised and battered.
She also accompanied it with a bizarre message that implied that she was beaten.
"Everyone be kind to each other," she captioned the shocking shot. "This is what bullying looks like. #Worthless."
While some were confused and outright angry that someone would do this to the actress, others who had followed her Twitter knew the truth: it was all movie makeup for an upcoming film.
"I'm so excited being back in New Jersey where I was born and raised," she said via Twitter on Monday. "I'm shooting my new movie Worthless it's an anti bullying movie."
On Tuesday, she also shared the same shot, saying, "On my new movie #Worthless #antibullying."
Tara knows a thing or two about bullying, as she's been on the receiving end of disparaging remarks for many years, especially as it pertains to her body. But still, she makes no apologies for the way she looks.
"I feel great about my body," she said in a recent interview with In Touch. "People always tell me to eat a burger—I love burgers! If I were to gain 10 pounds, I'd be asked why I got fat. I'm thin—and I'm good with that."
"People need to stop with the body shaming!" she continued. "I won't let what anyone says stop me from enjoying my life."
Whether it's warranted or not, many know Tara as being a bit of a wild child and she admitted that she likes to enjoy life when the timing works out.
"I like to have fun when I'm not working. But I'm professional while I'm at work, and I've never been in trouble or arrested, so I don't deserve it!"
She added, "I truly feel I need to constantly prove myself in this business. I've done 46 movies, and it's still tough to get roles when you're misunderstood and judged...I've learned to not take things too seriously and that not everyone is going to love you."
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