Influencer Jess Hunt responded to allegations that he Photoshopped himself in front of the Eiffel Tower in an Instagram post. went viral earlier this week.
The British model was accused of editing a video and photos of her posing in a skimpy dress on the Pont d’Iéna, the world-famous bridge to Paris.
When contacted by Daily Mail Australia on Tuesday for comment, Jess kept her ground and insisted the post was genuine.
Having said that: influencer Jess Hunt responded to allegations that she photoshopped herself in front of the Eiffel Tower in an Instagram post that went viral earlier this week.
‘These images were not Photoshopped; “I was really there,” he said. ‘I even have a video on my Instagram post in front of the Eiffel Tower.’
In the video, which was uploaded on Monday, Jess emerged from the buttress down the middle of the busy road as the twinkled Eiffel Tower in the background.
But the eagle-eyed detectives soon noticed several clues that suggested he had his body superimposed in front of the stage.
To be clear: ‘These images were not Photoshopped; I was really there,’ he told Daily Mail Australia. ‘I even have a video on my Instagram post in front of the Eiffel Tower’
“One of my favorite cities,” Jess wrote, adding three glowing emojis to her caption.
Making fun of what many believe is a blatant regulatory failure, the ‘snark’ account famous spell check He reposted Jess’s post with the caption “Virtual tourist”.
One of Celeb SpellCheck’s followers was quick to fry the influencer for her supposed blunder, with one commenting: ‘I travel with Photoshop too.’
Take a closer look: The British model, who has one million followers on Instagram, has been accused of Photoshopping the Pont d’Iéna, the bridge to the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
From Paris with love: ‘One of my favorite cities’ he wrote and added three glowing emojis
Others pointed out the supposedly embarrassing mistakes in Jess’ post, and some claimed that the lack of shadows made her look like she was in front of a green screen.
“He really has no shadow anywhere,” wrote one follower, while another added, “His feet are flying.”
Others noticed that Jess’s body looked unnaturally alive in the images and that her feet looked disproportionate compared to the lines on the road.
Burn: Mocking what many believe is a blatant editing failure, Instagram ‘snark’ account Celeb Spellcheck reposted Jess’ post with the caption ‘Virtual tourist’.
Roasted: Celeb SpellCheck’s followers were quick to fry the influencer for her supposed blunder, with one commenting: ‘I’m traveling too with Photoshop’
New Zoom background? She was in front of a green screen as she made pointing out supposedly embarrassing mistakes in Jess’ post, with several others claiming the lack of shadows.
Clearly daring: Some fans claimed her calm demeanor was a gift given the acute risk that Jess might have been hit by a car.
‘Scale your foot against strip pressure [laughing emoji]’ wrote one.
Some fans also claimed that Jess’ calm demeanor was a dead giveaway, given the acute risk that she might have been hit by a car in the middle of a car.
Ironically, Jess once made headlines after complaining that she was involved in a ‘catfishing’ scandal.
In a post on Twitter in 2017, Jess revealed that a glamorous image of herself modeling a green dress was changed to show someone else’s face on her body.
Jess changed the image again, writing: ‘Oh my God, this is my body and my house but whose face is this? The catfish game is getting stupid.’
Imagine this! Ironically, Jess once made headlines after complaining that she was involved in a ‘catfishing’ scandal. Posting on Twitter in 2017 Jess revealed that she had found an attractive image of herself modeling a Green dress that had been altered to someone’s face on another show.
Despite her dismay that her painting was stolen, Hunt admired the flawless Photoshopping at work and said her image was ‘like art’.
Catfishing normally refers to stealing an entire image to try and attract online dating by pretending to be someone that a person might find more physically attractive.
But in this case, it was only Jessica’s body that was used. The model posed in a sparkly green dress as she strolled up and down her kitchen in a video on Instagram five weeks ago.
Some were perhaps a little sarcastic, but one user suggested that the image republished by the company that designed the dress could enjoy its moments in the spotlight.
User wrote ‘Fabulous dress, Excellent PR’.
Angry: Recreating the image (pictured), Jess wrote: ‘Oh my God, this is my body and my house but whose face is that? The catfish game is getting dumber’. Actual image of Jess on the left, ‘catfish’ image on the right