Chloe Ferry accused of editing snaps as she posts pic in front of ‘wonky’ stairs

Geordie Shore star Chloe Ferry has been accused of another Photoshop fail after she posted a picture of herself standing in front of a set of stairs which look distorted. Some of her followers have previously criticised her for creating impossibly high beauty standards with her altered snaps

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Chloe Ferry has been accused of editing her snaps again as she posted a picture in front of a "wonky" background.

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The Geordie Shore star, 26, took to Instagram to share the sexy snaps with her 3.7 million followers, which showed her in a low-cut red dress which hugged her curves.

“When she wears red she’s a devil,” Chloe captioned the picture, alongside a red devil emoji.

Her celebrity friends were quick to comment on the post, with her former Celebs Go Dating co-star Wayne Lineker writing: “Lady in red, magnificent.”

However, it was the distorted stairs in the background of the model and influencer’s picture that got her fans and followers talking.

In one image, Chloe has her back to the camera, showing off her lustrous brunette locks, and the racy cut-out detail on the back of her red dress.

Chloe Ferry is regularly called out for editing her photos
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Chloe's curvy staircase was spotted by her followers
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But eagle-eyed fans spotted some of the steps on her extravagant glass staircase she was standing in front of were defying the laws of physics and looked curved.

“Those are some nice wonky stairs you have there,” one fan wrote, while another added: “Omg the stairs are wavey!”

“Your stairs are uneven girl,” a follower commented, as one suggested Chloe had tried to alter the shape of her waist, and was furious that she was pushing unattainable beauty standards on her young followers.

Earlier this year, Chloe was called out for editing a snap of her in a storage container
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She was also accused of editing this snap, as the car licence plate looks warped
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“Her picture is edited, she’s pulled her waist in hence why the stairs have moved!” they fired. “Just another standard picture from a celeb which is bad because too many people think this is real & you should look a certain way when actually they don't even look like that.”

“How do you even walk up those stairs,” another quipped, referencing the seemingly impossible task of climbing up warped steps.

One of her frustrated followers expressed their sadness over the pictures claiming Chloe could be editing her body to fit in with impossible beauty standards because she suffers from a lack of confidence.

Chloe dropped a clanger when she shared this snap of a floating football during Euro 2020
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Chloe's fans have expressed their sadness over the star's need to edit her snaps
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“I wish she wouldn’t edit her photos. The stairs are wonky. Got a banging bod without it,” they added.

The reality star is a regular ‘Photoshop fail’ offender, as she seemingly edits her snaps to try and alter her appearance, but is always called out by her eagle-eyed social media followers.

Earlier this year, Chloe was accused of editing a picture of her posing next to her car, as the licence plate was curved, and was then called out for altering a picture of her with Bethan Kershaw, as her fans spotted that the pavement was bending.

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