RUMER Willis slammed followers for 'body shaming' her.
They criticized her for being "too skinny" in new photos told her she "needs to eat."
Rumer shared in her Instagram stories: "I know I don't need to do this, but in an effort to spread some awareness and shed some light on body-shaming tactics, I felt the need to share.
"After the barrage of some really inappropriate comments left on my pic, I posted yesterday I was left really bummed cause I was really enjoying the silly pics I took. It was a weird angle that even made me feel like I looked smaller than I do in real life."
"But regardless even though you may think it's your job or even your right to leave unfiltered thoughts or judgments about my body for me and others to read… it's not.
The daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore, Rumer went on: "But for reference, this is another angle and you can see what I actually look like. Also just to give clarity if I was struggling with any kind of food issues (which I'm gratefully not) coming for me in my comments and telling me how I'm too skinny or I need to eat is absolutely not helpful and extremely body shaming.
"If you were actually concerned for my health and welfare of anyone you think may be actually struggling send them a dm and have a private conversation and really ask how they are doing and if they would like support instead of posting inflammatory public comments.
"Body shaming of any kind is something I will not stand for."
This past September Rumer demanded an end to "policing women's bodies" as she posed fully naked for a set of bondage-inspired photographs.
The set of photographs, entitled Bondage, show Rumer in a series of daring poses.
The Once Upon A Time In Hollywood star wore a latex bodysuit and thigh-high boots for one shot.
She completed the look with a slick updo and a black leather riding crop.
In another snap, Rumer was tied up while kneeling on the floor completely naked.
Opening up on the meaningful project, she shared: "This series I created with Tyler is about reclaiming the female form.
"Whether clothed or not, as women our bodies are constantly policed and dictated over by men and by other women.
"We are told what we can and cannot wear based on our size and shape or others' beliefs about what is acceptable or appropriate. We are told what we need to look like to be considered beautiful."
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