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Amanda Seyfried launches Instagram feud with influencer Arielle Charnas



Amanda Seyfried could not help but call an influencer for a postpartum bikini photo.

The actress spoke Arielle Charnas – also known as Something Navy on Instagram – through social media after Charnas posted a picture of herself wearing a swimsuit headlined " Proud of My Body After Two Children" earlier this week ,

Charnas shared the photo on her personal account, which has 1

.2 million followers.

While some supporters praised Charna for their photo and caption, others found the news harmful – including Seyfried.

Although "Mamma Mia" actress did not name Charnas directly, she posted a comment her friend left on Charna's side. Seyfried, who has a 2-year-old daughter, then submitted her own thoughts to the photo in her caption.

Seyfried called Charnas – who co-operates with Nordstrom and calls the Women's Wear Daily a "super-influencer" – a "semi-influencer".

"If we are prepared to be paid to flaunt our lifestyle (and inspire some) In the meantime, we need to be open to discussing what we promote," Seyfried wrote, adding that Charnas blocked both her and her friend.

"If you know who you are, take a moment to decide if what you're throwing is worth it – on the whole," the actress said, writing: "INFLUENCE = POWER And if you take advantage of this – EMPOWER "in a subsequent Instagram post.

In an Instagram story that's been going on since then, Charnas said she" bullied "and felt" punished because I'm skinny. "Charnas did not respond immediately upon HuffPost's request for a comment.

Seyfried received criticism for her contribution and later wrote in her Instagram comments: "I'm sorry if this stinks off after [judgment]. That is not meant. It's all a discussion that needs to be guided.

Charna's husband, Brandon Charnas, apparently ridiculed Seyfried's post when he posted a photo of himself and Arielle on his account on Thursday, sarcastically issuing "warnings" from the "ABSA" or "American Body Shaming." In the fake "Warnings" he wrote: "This body is unreachable." "Please do not try to achieve such a body through training." And "If you try to do so You need to have at least three nannies and be sure that you not only pay them, but also thank them in at least four shoutouts a week on Instagram, "along with a few others.

In the comments, Arielle simply wrote: "I love you sweetheart."