Chloe Ferry accused of Photoshopping eye-popping bum snap after fans spot weird detail in the background

CHLOE Ferry has been accused of Photoshopping yet another of her sexy snaps.

The reality star came under fire from fans who begged her to lead a better example to "young girls".

The Geordie Shore favourite shared two photos yesterday that left fans claiming she had edited her bum, as they spotted an odd detail in the background.

Chloe, 25, drew attention to her shapely bum as she wrote in the caption: "A man that can hold the door for you and smack your ?"

But the star, who posed in a tight, brown jumpsuit, was swiftly called out by eagle-eyed followers who noticed the editing lines along her legs and "bowed" lines on the boxes on the shelves behind her.

One follower kicked off a thread of comments that criticised the celeb.

They wrote: "Shame it's another photoshop.. Seeing as the white box is bowed"

One person replied: "Can literally see the outline right down her right leg where they f****d it up"

And another follower wrote beneath the snap: "Photoshopped to death ?" whilst one moaned: "Why can't you be natural ?".

And one more raged: "There’s young girls out there that want a figure like this and it ain’t real??!!! Can’t you tell by the boxes?"



Others were left unimpressed by Chloe photoshopping her face.

One follower typed: "She's clearly uses facetune, she's openly said she has, so I don't think there's a problem when someone points out her facetune attempt this time wasn't good"

Chloe has long been accused of Photoshop fails as she edits snaps to give herself a slimmer waist and arms, yet a bigger bum and boobs.

In June, her followers pointed out several curiosities in a racy red lingerie post, with curved lines and sharp angles usually tell-tale signs a slimming tool has been used.

Followers also pointed out her wonky door in one underwear snap this April.

The star opened up about her impressive weight loss, revealing that she has gone from 11 stone seven pounds, to nine stone nine pounds in just 12 months.

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