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Tara Reid slams 'hurtful' bodyshamers  

She has endured criticism and sparked concern over her slim physique.

And Tara Reid has hit back at her bodyshamers in a revealing new interview, saying she is 'made this way'.

In a candid chat with New! Magazine The American Pie star, 41, credited exercise including yoga and SoulCycle for her trim shape as she defended her incredibly slender frame.

She said; 'It's just who I am. It's so crazy because comments are made by people who have no idea how much I eat  and that I eat all the time. It's so silly and hurtful and there is no truth in all those stories. I'm just made like this, that's all it is.'

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Hitting back: Tara Reid has hit back at her bodyshamers in a revealing new interview, saying she is 'made like this'

Hitting back: Tara Reid has hit back at her bodyshamers in a revealing new interview, saying she is 'made like this'

The star, who is now promoting her latest flick, Worthless, which follows the consequences of bullying, said she tries to block out negativity and focus on the positive moments in her life and career.

Of bullying she said; 'It's a ripple effect and it doesn't stop. I have been through so much in my life and I need to be here in my present. I can't allow myself to have negativity.' 

The blonde is experiencing something of a career renaissance in recent years with the Sharknado film series where she plays tough April Wexler. 

The latest  installment Global Swarming will be released on August 6.

'Made like this': Tara defended her slender frame (pictured October 2016) saying It's just who I am. It's so crazy because comments are made by people who have no idea how much I eat and that I eat all the time. It's so silly and hurtful'

'Made like this': Tara defended her slender frame (pictured October 2016) saying It's just who I am. It's so crazy because comments are made by people who have no idea how much I eat and that I eat all the time. It's so silly and hurtful'

Rise to fame: Tara was a break-out teen comedy star in 1999 flick American Pie as Vicky Lathum (pictured above with Thomas Ian Nicholas)

Rise to fame: Tara was a break-out teen comedy star in 1999 flick American Pie as Vicky Lathum (pictured above with Thomas Ian Nicholas)


The series has gained a 'so bad it's good' appeal and attracted a legion of die-hard fans with the actress saying she was shocked by its series.

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