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Ruby Rose lashes out after reports her weight has dropped

A recent report claimed that her svelte frame has sparked concerns for her health.  

But on Wednesday, Ruby Rose lashed out at the dietitian Lisa De Fazio, who was quoted in the report saying: ‘her family and management team need to encourage her to gain some weight before it’s too late.’

Lisa posted a tweet with a link to the story, to which Ruby promptly replied to, calling her ‘reckless’.

‘You are reckless’: Ruby Roses LASHES out after reports claimed her weight has dropped to ‘just 44kg’. Pictured in 2017 (left) and in 2008 (right)

‘Do you actually have any ‘celebrity clients’ or just gossip magazines? You comment on people who you deem are too big or too small and even go so far as to guess why,’ she began. 

‘You are reckless and no Hollywood expert would behave the way you do.’

In her report for US magazine Star, Lisa said she believed the actress only weighed 44kg, which would make her extremely underweight for a person for her stature at 5’7′.

Ruby hits back: The star tweets back to dietician Lisa  De Fazio who was quoted in the piece

Ruby hits back: The star tweets back to dietician Lisa  De Fazio who was quoted in the piece

According to the expert, the actress should weigh in the region of 61kg for her height. 

But Ruby denied such claims about her weight, saying she would ‘be in hospital if it were true’.

‘Telling a magazine MY ‘manager friends and family should get involved and help me before it’s too late’ and that my weight is ’44 kilos’ (I’d probably be in hospital of that were true) is so maddening and irresponsible.’ 

Lashing out:  Ruby Rose lashed out at the dietician Lisa De Fazio who was quoted in the report saying: 'her family and management team need to encourage her to gain some weight before it's too late'

Lashing out:  Ruby Rose lashed out at the dietician Lisa De Fazio who was quoted in the report saying: ‘her family and management team need to encourage her to gain some weight before it’s too late’

 ‘I have the best team, family, friends, partner and medical professionals (not the ones who want to be TV hosts but actual credible Eastern and Western doctors) and I’m running at an optimum level. I am deficient in nothing and have endless energy,’ she concluded.  

This is not the first time Ruby has lashed out over people commenting on her weight. 

The starlet recently clapped back at social media critics who called her ‘too thin.’

The 31-year-old took to Instagram to proudly share a snap of her extremely taut tummy with her almost 12 million followers.

‘Body shamers, I had a great work out this morn[ing], thanks for asking, and am off to eat a vegan burger because why the F not!’ she exclaimed in the caption.

Health concerns: 'Her family and management team need to encourage her to gain some weight before it's too late,' LA based dietician Lisa De Fazio told NW Magazine 

Denial:  According to the expert, she weighs 44kg and should weigh in the region of 61kg for her height, but Ruby denied such claims saying she would ‘be in hospital if it were true’ Pictured in 2017 (right) and in 2008 (left)

Proud: Ruby Rose continued her tirade against 'body shamers', as she flaunted her svelte frame on Instagram 

Hitting back: The new report comes after Ruby recently hit back at social media critics who called her ‘too thin’ 

The rising Hollywood star pulled up her mesh shirt to expose her toned mid-section, turning slightly into a side pose to show off her tiny waist and rock-hard abs.

She also said: ‘Body shaming SH*TS ME! It’s so frustrating. Everyone is so different. I eat so much amazing food.’ 

Recent pictures of Ruby have been the subject of constant discussion on her social media accounts, with fans debating whether or not the striking beauty is ‘too thin’.

Debate: Recent pictures of Ruby have been the subject of incessant discussion on her social media accounts, with fans debating whether or not the striking beauty is 'too thin'

Debate: Recent pictures of Ruby have been the subject of incessant discussion on her social media accounts, with fans debating whether or not the striking beauty is ‘too thin’

Chatter reached a peak after images of her looking very slender at the CFDA and Vogue Fashion Fund gala surfaced late last month.

Outspoken Ruby didn’t hold back when she responded to her critics.

Responding to one comment on her Instagram asking her to ‘inspire fans’ by putting on weight, she said: ‘How could I inspire people to overcome something I know nothing about?

‘I can inspire them to go plant based and stop eating the nasty processed food, fast food and cancer causing foods,’ she wrote back to the follower.

‘I can inspire them not to drink soda or alcohol and how to train well… but maybe you can train yourself to stop seeing what you think is the only way to achieve someone else’s body type,’ she added.

The actress also explained how her body changes ‘depending on how hard I train’ and credited her strict vegan diet and no-alcohol policy for her athletic physique.

In another social media post, she also slammed detractors for remarking she looked ‘better’ when she was in her early 20’s and hosting MTV Australia.

‘That was a horrible time in my life, health-wise,’ she revealed. 

She described how bad eating and drinking habits had resulted in her falling ill ‘every month with pneumonia and chest infections’.

‘I get sick maybe once a year now, so please take care of your body and your mind and your soul and stop judging others,’ she finished. 

'I get sick maybe once a year now, so please take care of your body and your mind and your soul and stop judging others,' she said 

‘I get sick maybe once a year now, so please take care of your body and your mind and your soul and stop judging others,’ she said. Ruby is pictured at Derby Day in 2010 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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