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Reese Witherspoon’s daughter Ava Phillippe ridicules haters: ‘Body shaming is toxic’

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Reese Witherspoon and her daughter Ava Phillippe not only look alike, but also show the same ability to stand up for what they believe in.

Phillippe, 24, who Witherspoon shares with ex-husband Ryan Phillippe, tackled haters head-on in a sharp TikTok video. She condemned users for commenting on her weight.

The video begins with Phillippe in the bathroom, standing in front of a mirror as No Doubt’s “Just a Girl” plays. “NBD, but I just reached an important milestone as a woman online,” the screen read. “I saw two different strangers commenting on my body.”

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Ava Phillippe insulted users who commented on her appearance. (Michael Buckner/Variety via Getty Images)

“The first told me to take Ozempic because I’m too fat… The second accused me of starving myself because I’m too thin… My weight didn’t change in the period between their comments (and it wouldn’t be any of their business if that was so!)’ the text continued, as Phillippe applied red lipstick.

“They’re such bulls…” the lyrics read, as Phillippe rolls her eyes and drags lipstick across her face. She then leaves the camera frame.

‘No one deserves to be singled out because of the way he or she looks. You don’t always know what someone has been through or what he or she is struggling with,” the message reads. “But no matter who you are… Your beauty surpasses such superficial measurements.”

Ava Phillippe stood up to internet bullies who commented on her weight. (River Callaway/WWD via Getty Images)

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“Beautiful is just as beautiful, babes… & body shaming is just toxic behavior,” she captioned the post, adding an emoji and the hashtag #loveyouasyouare.

She added: “(P.S. I put ‘woman’ because I see this kind of thing happening disproportionately to young girls and women, but let me be clear: body shaming is toxic no matter who the subject is. We all deserve to to feel safe and at ease, peace in the vessel in which we live.)”

Ava Phillippe said she received two separate, conflicting comments about her weight. (Charley Gallay/Getty Images for Tiffany & Co)

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The same day, Phillippe posted an additional video aimed at those who object to her tattoos. With a popular TikTok sound in which she emphasizes the importance of not caring what other people think of you, she takes off her sunglasses and shrugs.

“When strangers online say they hate my tattoos,” she wrote in the caption. “#wronggirl #sorrynotsorry.”

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