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Madison LeCroy is bringing the hammer down on body shamers.
The "Southern Charm" alum took to Instagram over the weekend to set the record straight on rumours that she Photoshopped her recent bikini photos. While the 30-year-old has been transparent with her fans about undergoing breast augmentation surgery last year, she attributes her toned body to hours spent in the gym.
“Also for all of you who think plastic surgery ‘did it all’ you’re nuts…I work hard to be in shape not just diced up,” LeCroy wrote to her more than 527,000 followers in a set of instagram stories.
Although the single mother and hair stylist credited her plastic surgeon for helping her regain her confidence, she denied claims that her recent bikini photos were edited.
“Can’t 'Photoshop' a live photo trolls..." she wrote. "Try again."
The criticism comes just days after LeCroy shared new bikini photos to Instagram announcing her role as a new brand representative for Beachriot swimwear. LeCroy's tanned and trim body garnered plenty of attention from followers who accused the star of manipulating her photos.
"Photoshop fail, left leg inner thigh and outer thigh," one person wrote. " She’s so pretty and still feels the need to photoshop sheesh."
"The person who Photoshopped this should be taught that hips don't look like that," another said. "Straight on, that left hip is terrible."
"I think you've tried about everything to become relevant," one Instagram user commented.
"Respectfully, being 30 years old and still trying so desperately to stay relevant on social media is so pathetic," another said. "Getting a boob job and breaking up an engagement is not the flex you think it is, sis. Get it together."
LeCroy made headlines last year after rumours began circulating that she had allegedly been involved with Alex Rodriguez while he was still engaged to Jennifer Lopez.
Following the famous pair's high profile breakup, Rodriguez denied all cheating allegations, calling them "factually incorrect," to Page Six, adding, "I'm not sure who's looking to benefit from these types of rumours and false stories."
LeCroy doubled down on Rodriguez's statement, claiming that he never "physically cheated on his fiancé."