Rebel Wilson slammed the Daily Mail’s “disturbing” report about her recent weight loss, asking her fans to “please report it as a scam”.
Rebel Wilson refuted reports that she achieved a total body transformation by following the Mayr Method diet.
“This is NEVER my diet please stop writing these things,” the 42-year-old actress wrote on her Instagram Story above a screenshot of a Daily mail stories claim she has switched to a plan to lose weight.
Wilson, 42, explained in a follow-up post that he “NEVER endorsed diet pills or magic weight loss pills” — or cryptocurrencies for that matter, Page Six report.
“If you see anything like this online please report it as a scam – don’t send it to me as a DM – report it on the social media site you saw it when you saw it,” he wrote. “If I endorse something, you will only see it as an official post on my official and verified social media.”
That Perfect tone Star later thanked her fans for their support and revealed how she didn’t want them to fall for false narratives about her online.
“It’s very upsetting when people use my images illegally or in a misleading way,” he wrote. “DON’T want anyone to be deceived. Love you xoxo.”
The Mayr Method is a “14-day program focused on improving gut health,” according to Healthline. It encourages followers to stay away from caffeine, gluten, dairy and processed foods and encourages more focus on fruits, vegetables and high protein foods like salmon and chicken.
The plan also recommends that dieters eat their largest meal in the morning and stop eating after 7 p.m.
Wilson became slim after starting a year of health in January 2020. That November, he shared that he had hit his target weight.
That Isn’t That Romantic? The star attributes her weight loss to sticking to a high protein diet and switching up her exercise routine.
She revealed in March 2021 that she had decided to lose weight to combat her struggle with fertility.
After shedding extra pounds, Wilson dated heir to the Anheuser-Busch fortune, Jacob Busch, for several months before calling it off in February 2021.
He was recently spotted dining with Australian tennis player Matt Reid in December, but the two have yet to confirm whether they are items.
This story originally appeared on Page Six and is republished here with permission