Bachelorette star Carlin Sterritt has been forced to respond after being accused of Photoshopping the size of his legs on Instagram.
Instagram account BachieFunny shared a photo, questioning whether Carlin had edited a photo of himself in a lift.
They wrote, "Question of the morning: Do these wonky lines mean Carlin is Photoshopping his legs? Honestly baffled by this pic from his insta story."
One follower wrote, "Literally every line that should be straight in the entire picture is wonky. Maybe that lift has a carnival funny mirror in it or we are all having a communal stroke."
Another wrote, "Rookie photoshop error."
Someone else suggested, "It looks like he’s used the patch repair function to remove something from that spot. Maybe a sticker was there with a logo/branding he didn’t want to promote."
Others thought Carlin had also enhanced his biceps.
However, others defending the reality star, with one user writing, "If you take note, the two pictures in the back are wonky. I think it’s the mirror."
"As much as I would love that, I think it's just the mirror he's taking the photo on," another added.
It didn't take long for Carlin himself to jump on the post and reveal that it was, in fact, the mirror.
"Hahaha this is hilarious. I’ll have to do another story in the lift and show you how whack the mirror is," he wrote.
He then jokingly added, "If I photoshopped something... I’d at least make my calves look bigger."
Taking to his own Instagram, Carlin shared a video from inside the lift, showing it does make things appear wonky.
"Alright, let's put this to bed," he said as he showed the lift. The reality star showed off the distortion in the mirror saying, "Woah, what's going on there?"
He then jokingly added, "Oh my God, did you Facetune your face?" as he continued showing the distortion.
He concluded, "See? Wonky a** mirror!"
Carlin and Bachelorette star Angie Kent confirmed recently that they had split up, saying that their "values didn't align".
Earlier this month he was forced to deny he was faking their relationship on the Secret Weapon podcast.
"If I was to go on that show and pretend to be someone I wasn't, it just wouldn't be sustainable. Angie is a real person and a good judge of character," he said.
The pair dated for 10 months after the show ended, which he said would be a long time for two people to be "faking" a relationship.
"So for people to even say what they had said, that 'he is faking it' and stuff... well, no," he said.
"You can't go that long faking who you are as a person. Some people might be able to. But I don't have that capacity."