Erin Moriarty Responds To Plastic Surgery Claims: Blasts Megyn Kelly

Images went viral last week where it was thought the actress may have had nose job, botox, fillers to her cheeks and lips, and possibly also a facelift.

Erin Moriarty Responds To Plastic Surgery Claims: Blasts Megyn Kelly

Star of The Boys, Erin Moriarty, responds at length to claims she had plastic surgery, blasts Megyn Kelly, and says she is leaving social media, and she has also mass deleted posts on Instagram following earlier having turned off the embed function due to claimed harassment by fans of The Boys.

Last week saw an image go viral of the 29-year-old actress where the difference between an older image and the new one is striking. Following the image, many have thought Erin Moriarty may have had a nose job, botox, fillers to her cheeks and lips, and possibly also a facelift.

Megyn Kelly who used to work for Fox News reported about the possible plastic surgery procedure (watch below) where Kelly said in part, “She’s got the Kim Kardashian lips, she’s made her nose so skinny it looks like a pencil, now she’s got like what appear to me to be cheek implants, you know huge… the cheekbones are out to here.”

In her Instagram post responding to the plastic surgery claims, Erin Moriarty seems to be stating that it was makeup that gave her that look that people mistook for plastic surgery as she says, “I got my make up done that day and it involves major contouring and I remember leaving and feeling pretty.”

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Erin Moriarty responds

Erin Moriarty finally got wind of the Megyn Kelly video and the controversy surrounding the images and posted on Instagram.

“I’d like to correct one piece of information in an effort to be the one who is not reporting false information to say that Megyn Kelly is no longer with Fox News,” Moriarty said and included a screenshot with additional comments which are as follows.

This is something I truly never anticipated writing. We’re all subject to levels of bullying throughout our lives but I am horrified, and I felt that I deserved to take a second to address these things. I had no idea what was going on, to be honest, because I’ve had one of the most challenging weeks of my life. And I specifically thought that as I emerge this period of time – so stressed that I have BARELY been able to eat and sleep. I thought ok, I’m going to emerge this 10 pounds thinner and the verbal abuse/accusations will be flying – usually either drug use or just a flippant “eat a burger” comment. You learn to become teflon and move on. I had NO idea what was going on this time. To receive a message about a disgustingly false, counterproductive to the degree of being ironically misogynistic video of Megyn Kelly commenting on the manner – to learn the widespread nature of this has left me horrified. Megyn used a photo taken “a year ago” according to her, that had in actuality been taken about a decade ago before I was of LEGAL DRINKING AGE (I’m about to turn 30) as an example (maybe do some research that would take 30 seconds). How utterly misinformed, inaccurate, and clickbait seeking people who we follow and consider to be informed is appalling. I got my make up done that day and it involves major contouring and I remember leaving and feeling pretty. And even that day was an immensely stressful day for me. I came running to those girls and I showed up in tears after what had happened that day and I left feeling better simply because I felt like they had reduced my lack of sleep and worked their magic wands. I saw the comments, scathing enough to just turn my comments off. But this is becoming harassment. This is becoming false news.

The only reason I have not deactivated my account is because I will be leaving this here. Otherwise, consider it deactivated. I will not have access to it for an extensive if not permanent break. social media was my ability to connect with fans. My ability to work with but also mostly just share brands that I believe in, on an independent level and otherwise. To share news or updates. But I’m deciding to invest my energy into my work. social media is not something that came naturally to me and that was an investment of energy to connect with you guys. And I am horrified by the reaction, the reductive assumptions, and the aforementioned video that is a primary example of such harassment. It’s broken my heart. You’ve broken my heart. You’ve lost the privilege of this account. so, you can believe whatever you want. But there’s no excuse for these horrific allegations, the verbal abuse that I have had to delete, and genuinely false information that is being used to perpetuate a message that is exhibitionist feminism. You don’t have to believe me when I say that these videos are absolutely false.
but the way that this has been spoken about, the way that I have been spoken to, I will not accept. I have been in a hole and I’ve been consumed by this personal situation at hand. You never know what someone is going through, social media is a platform that is not representative of a whole person, and irregardless there is no excuse for the words that have been spoken directly to me or about me. shame on you Megyn Kelly. shame on you, Fox News (vought incarnate). implying that my photo is reflective of women being in a worse place is as false as my conviction in saying that if you resigned, you would be leaving women in a better place.

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