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Erin McNaught hits back at a troll who called her ‘anorexic’ after she posted a bikini photo

Model Erin McNaught hits back at a troll who called her ‘anorexic’ after she posted a revealing bikini photo on Instagram

Erin McNaught has fired back at a fan who claimed she was ‘anorexic’ after sharing a bikini picture.

Taking to Instagram on Wednesday, the 36-year-old model and mum-of-two shared a photo of herself during a day at the beach.

Wearing just a skimpy white and black polka dot bikini and a pale brown baseball cap, Erin can be seen posing by the water.

Model Erin McNaught hits back at a troll who called her ‘anorexic’ after she posted a revealing bikini photo on Instagram 

‘JELLYFISH ALERT! The weird pose I’m doing is that of someone who has just leapt out of the ocean onto the handrail to avoid a pretty big jelly that had very long, suspicious looking tentacles,’ she captioned.

‘I moved very, VERY fast indeed. P.S. Anyone know if this one is actually dangerous??? (I wasn’t about to find out!) #Straya #TakinOnTheJellies’.

The photo shows off Erin’s lean and muscular frame and trolls accused the model of being too thin.

The skinny: The beach photo showed off Erin's lean and muscular frame, but some fans accused the star of being too thin

The skinny: The beach photo showed off Erin’s lean and muscular frame, but some fans accused the star of being too thin

Speaking out: Seemingly determined to put her follower in their place, Erin didn't back down from a confrontation, calling them out on their remark

Speaking out: Seemingly determined to put her follower in their place, Erin didn’t back down from a confrontation, calling them out on their remark

‘Yes anarexia [sic] is dangerous,’ one troll wrote.

Seemingly determined to put her follower in their place, Erin didn’t back down from a confrontation, calling them out on their remark. 

‘It is a terrible disease and can be dangerous to those afflicted, yes,’ she responded. 

Mouthing off: 'It is a terrible disease and can be dangerous to those afflicted, yes,' Erin responded to her follower. 'I don’t see how your comment pertains to a jellyfish?'

Mouthing off: ‘It is a terrible disease and can be dangerous to those afflicted, yes,’ Erin responded to her follower. ‘I don’t see how your comment pertains to a jellyfish?’

‘I don’t see how your comment pertains to a jellyfish? I’m sure they don’t intentionally limit their food intake to stay thin?’ 

And Erin wasn’t the only one with something to say.

Her fans turned out in droves, defending the star and her figure, while accusing the commentator of ‘body shaming’.    

Protective: Her fans turned out in droves, defending the star and her figure, while accusing the commentator of 'body shaming'

Protective: Her fans turned out in droves, defending the star and her figure, while accusing the commentator of ‘body shaming’

‘Some people are naturally slim, she’s definitely not anorexic, she’s lean & healthy mumma. Don’t be so nasty!’ commented one fan.   

‘How disgusting that uneducated people throw this word around like you even know what it is?! Being skinny and anorexic are not the same! Educate the meaning of words before throwing them around! @mcnaughty you are stunning and just perfect,’ wrote another.    

Added another: ‘You are beautiful Erin. [Redacted] shame on you!!!!!!!!!!!!!’

Stepping in: 'You are beautiful Erin. [Redacted] shame on you!!!!!!!!!!!!!' wrote one fan in response to a body shamer

Stepping in: ‘You are beautiful Erin. [Redacted] shame on you!!!!!!!!!!!!!’ wrote one fan in response to a body shamer

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