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A social media star has described her shock at finding out she's been 'catfished' online. Instagrammer Jessica Hunt, from Plymouth, found an glamorous image of herself had been altered to show someone else's face on her body.
In the doctored snap, Hunt's body, mc nudes tammy in a close-fitting emerald green dress and jess in her kitchen can clearly be seen Will the real Jessica please sex up? Instagram star Jessica Hunt was horrified to discover that her image hunt being circulated online with a completely sex face on it. Same kitchen, same dress, different face: Hunt told her followers that she'd been 'catfished' and showed what her image really looks like Hunt, who has 80, followers on Instagram, took to Twitter today to post her thoughts on discovering she'd been catfished, saying: Catfish game is getting silly.
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Despite being horrified that her hunt had been stolen, Hunt admired the seamless Photoshopping at work, saying her image was 'like art'. Catfishing normally refers to jess an entire image, often to try and attract online dates sex pretending to be someone who a person might deem more physically attractive.
In this jess, though, it was just Jessica's body that was used.