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I’m a size 16 but body-shaming trolls say I’m lying – even when I show the tags on my Primark dresses

A WOMAN has hit back online trolls who have accused her of lying about her size, even when showing the tags on her clothes.

Social media can be an awkward place and nobody knows it better than Charlotte Brown, from Hertfordshire, who is accused of lying about being a size 16.

Charlotte took it to TikTok to fight back the trolls who accused her of lying

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Charlotte took it to TikTok to fight back the trolls who accused her of lyingPhoto credit: TIKTOK/@charlottebrown
The mother hit out at the trolls and showed the tags to prove the clothes were actually a size 16

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The mother hit out at the trolls and showed the tags to prove the clothes were actually a size 16Photo credit: TIKTOK/@charlottebrown

The 24-year-old stunner, who was on a weight-loss journey and hit the gym, took to TikTok to fight back evil trolls.

“Why is there always one person who has to ruin it for everyone?” she wondered after someone previously commented on one of her videos.

Charlotte shared her thoughts and also included what the troll had said.

“I’m sorry girl, you need to know you’re not a size 16 [sic].”

The troll then added: “Your clearly 26/28. We all know that, don’t let a size 16 dress get to your head [shocked emoji] [sic]…”

The 24-year-old then hit back, claiming it was in fact a size 16 dress, saying she was proud she could wear it – whether it ran small or large.

“Can’t I be happy? No, definitely no.

“Yeah, I’m 26/28 in the bottom half in some clothes because my ass is huge and I still have a stomach — and what?”

Some tops, she continued, are available in sizes 16 and 18, before adding that it’s none of her business to comment.

“It’s not your place, some random person on my profile, to say, ‘Oh, it’s obvious.’

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“If you don’t have anything nice to say, just don’t say it.

“I’m absolutely sick of people putting me down because of a dress size.

“I’m only happy for five minutes, for God’s sake.”

At the end of the clip, Charlotte recalled that she never claimed she was a size 16 – it was just the dress.

To prove the trolls wrong, the mum also uploaded another video showing a label from a size 16 Primark top.

“So much for women supporting women,” Charlotte said, explaining that none of the nasty comments came from men.

Viewers called trolls “nasty” and urged the mum not to take the comments on, jumping to the comments to show their support.

“You look beautiful in them, ignore some people have nothing nice to say rise above them,” one person wrote.

Another couldn’t believe it: “Oh fuck really that comment. It’s just not necessary.”

A third agreed, adding: “She’s obviously very unsure about commenting on this.”

The 24-year-old explained that she never claimed to be a size 16

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The 24-year-old explained that she never claimed to be a size 16Photo credit: TIKTOK/@charlottebrown
The mother also said that all the nasty comments came from women, not men

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The mother also said that all the nasty comments came from women, not menPhoto credit: TIKTOK/@charlottebrown

https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/5569868/size-16-trolls-bodyshame-tag/ I’m a size 16 but body-shaming trolls say I’m lying – even when I show the tags on my Primark dresses

Jessica MacLeish

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