Alicia Silverstone reacts to being body-shamed on Batman & Robin in new TikTok ...

Alicia Silverstone reacts to being body-shamed on Batman & Robin in new TikTok ...
Alicia Silverstone reacts to being body-shamed on Batman & Robin in new TikTok ...
'Justice for Batgirl': Alicia Silverstone reacts to impassioned TikTok about the 'f***ed up' body-shaming she incurred while filming Batman & Robin

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Alicia Silverstone reacted to a TikTok that re-visited the body-shaming she incurred around the time she was filming 1997's Batman & Robin. 

The 45-year-old actress dueted a video by user @foreversymone who demanded 'justice for Batgirl' while detailing a particularly cruel article written about her that put her weight at forefront.  

The impassioned video drew agreeing nods from the Clueless star who had been open about how being dubbed 'Fatgirl' had nearly turned her off acting entirely.  

Justice: Alicia Silverstone reflected on the body-shaming she incurred during the time she filmed Batman & Robin by way of a TikTok duet after a user demanded 'Justice for Batgirl'

Justice: Alicia Silverstone reflected on the body-shaming she incurred during the time she filmed Batman & Robin by way of a TikTok duet after a user demanded 'Justice for Batgirl'

'I want justice for Alicia Silverstone. Y'all had her f***ed up,' the user began. 

From there she pulled up a print article from Entertainment Weekly titled 'A Weighty issue,' and pointed out how it had compared her to Babe The Pig 'all for having a full-figured face.' 

'They were obsessed with her weight, all she did was breathe!' the fan said prompting an 'I love you' from Alicia. 

'As a fat woman who grew up obsessed with Clueless, who grew up obsessed with this movie that is pure camp, it just makes me very frustrated to know that … she couldn't have been more than 130 [pounds] and they were straight-up ripping on her constantly over this.'

'Fatgirl': From there she pulled up an Entertainment Weekly article called 'A Weighty issue,' and pointed out how they had compared her to Babe The Pig in it 'all for having a full-figured face'

'Fatgirl': From there she pulled up an Entertainment Weekly article called 'A Weighty issue,' and pointed out how they had compared her to Babe The Pig in it 'all for having a full-figured face'

Obsessed: 'They were obsessed with her weight, all she did was breathe!' the fan said prompting an 'I love you' from Alicia

Obsessed: 'They were obsessed with her weight, all she did was breathe!' the fan said prompting an 'I love you' from Alicia

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