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Woman horrified as she goes viral for all the wrong reasons after Sydney Sweeney calls out her picture
Featured Image Credit: TikTok/Todd Williamson/NBC / Contributor

Woman horrified as she goes viral for all the wrong reasons after Sydney Sweeney calls out her picture

The actress is a girl after our own hearts

The internet is often filled with advertisements and campaigns that aren't quite what they make themselves out to be.

Whether it's selling the miracle cure for hair loss or the perfect way to lose 10 pounds in 24 hours, there's a degree of scepticism with everything we see online and whether it's true or not.

And as one woman found out, there's a reason for it.

One woman has posted after her image was used on a fake advertisement from a 'dietician' claiming to be the expert behind Hollywood actress Sydney Sweeney's stunning figure.

The image 'stole' a picture of a woman online and made a false claim to be Sydney Sweeney's dietician.

A TikTok video featuring the woman's image claimed: "I was sydney sweeney's dietician for 5 years this is how I helped her get her dream role with 5 easy food swaps".

Yet as it turns out, nothing on the ad was true. The woman featured has now revealed she had her image stolen and used for the ad campaign she knew nothing about, as well as Sydeny Sweeney never seeking help from this dietician.

The Hollywood star confirmed she has never met or worked with her 'dietician of five years'.

The 'Anyone But You' actress has hilariously responded to the ad as she wrote: "I don't know you and kraft mac and cheese is for life".

The 'Anyone But You' actress has hit back in a hilarious way.

Sydney's response has been loved by fans as it's been shared online, with one Twitter account reposting as it wrote: "I need more celebs to start calling out these liars trying to sell diet plans and courses using their names".

Another user on Twitter/X wrote: "That’s so embarrassing, why would you so boldly lie about something so publicly."

A third added: "This is so strange. why would you lie about that like she's not on the internet and can't see it."

Whereas some online fans were just in agreement that mac and cheese is an excellent dietary choice, as one wrote: "Kraft Mac n Cheese is indeed for life". Another joked: "starting to think that was an ad for @kraftmacncheese."

The real woman featured has revealed her image was 'stolen' online.

After Instagram account @memezar shared the fake ad and called it out as a fake claim, the real girl being featured in the image spoke up. She commented as she explained: "hi!!! That's my photo being used. somebody stole my picture from pinterest and used it to make the video! someone used this selfie i posted in my scrubs and pretended it was me claiming to be a dietician. i do not support what is being said in this video whatsover nor do i have any background in nutrition and health! the person who made the video blocked me on everything as well."

Topics: Celebrity, Film and TV, Sydney Sweeney, Food and Drink, Health