An influencer is getting brutalized in the media after her picturesque photoshoot in Paris goes viral for all the wrong reasons.
An Instagram influencer has been challenged by fans over photos she shared of herself in front of the Eiffel Tower, with people claiming she was never really there.
Model and influencer Jess Hunt uploaded several glamorous photos of herself appearing to pose in the middle of the road in front of the famous Paris landmark, The sun reported.
She even shared a video of herself strutting in the middle of the road in her skin-tight dress and heels, but suspicious fans wondered if the post had been edited.
While some people were fans of the upload, including reality stars Zara McDermott and Francesca Allen, who commented with heart-eyed emojis, others wondered if Hunt actually used a green screen to create his Pictures.
Her post was later picked up and mocked by Australian satirical account Celeb Spellcheck – no doubt leaving the model a bit embarrassed.
The sarcastic account denounced Hunt for appearing to modify her body in front of the iconic backdrop and teased her as a “virtual tourist”.
This led to many more people wondering if Hunt had really superimposed herself on the footage, and more people teased her over the apparent failure of the edit.
“I also travel Photoshop,” one person joked, while another said, “His feet are floating.”
“She literally has no shadow anywhere,” joked a third.
“Can’t ignore photoshop,” another commented.
Thinking they spotted an obvious editing issue, one person joked, “His foot scale against the track footprint.”
Others, however, were too busy admiring Hunt’s dress to notice, telling the social media star how “amazing” and “unreal” she looked in her glamorous outfit.
Hunt, who is the founder of her own beauty line Refy, has yet to respond to publishing claims herself, and instead it was business as usual.
Eliminating speculation, she followed her Parisian post with a series of chic outfit snaps showing off her favorite latest designs.
This article originally appeared on The Sun and has been republished here with permission.