Former Lucy Beale star Melissa Suffield has slammed a cruel troll for being a "d*ck" after a cruel weight comment.
Taking to Instagram on Wednesday, January 25, Melissa looked incredible as she posed in lace lingerie and promoted self-love.
In the caption the 30-year-old former EastEnders star spoke of how "On Wednesdays we wear pink. And go wire free," while promoting a lingerie brand.
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Showing off her curves in the selection of snaps, Melissa fearlessly posed and exuded confidence – but one person took it upon themselves to be cruel in the comments section.
"It's not clever to promote being overweight. All you are doing is encouraging laziness. Do more, eat less," wrote the troll.
But blonde beauty Melissa didn't let the harsh words from a faceless account get to her.
Slamming the troll when replying to the account, which had no photo, Melissa responded with: "It's not clever to promote being a dick, yet here you are."
This comes after Melissa, who U-turned away from acting and is now a self-confessed "self love mama" who inspires women and mothers to love their bodies, revealed to us how it is "impossible" for her to lose weight.
Last year Melissa revealed that she has an injury she thinks she suffered either during pregnancy or childbirth that is preventing her from "getting smaller" after becoming a mum.
Melissa gave birth to her son River a week before the first coronavirus-inflicted lockdown in 2020.
She thought that she "must have done something" to herself during either pregnancy or childbirth, adding that "physiotherapists have not quite been able to work it out".
"My posture in my lower half is like way off, and I can't correct it because I've got massively inflamed tendons from my hip down to my knee," she revealed, before adding that she was due to start treatment.
Due to the inflamed tendons, Melissa explained how this means she is "unable to do any kind of high impact exercise".
Explaining how even walking too many steps in a day can cause her to "suffer".
She then told us: "So I kind of had to make my peace with getting bigger because it was becoming impossible for me to get smaller and even maintain."
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