Ruby Rose hit back on social media after reporters continued to speculate about her acne and weight loss.
The 31-year-old, who has attacked publications for writing such stories before, shared a lengthy message alongside numerous photographs on her Instagram stories.
Sharing a makeup-free snap, Rose wrote: “This acne belongs to me, not them, and you are welcome to it. I never thought I’d see the day I’d leave my beautiful country balling my eyes out… when I was so excited to come home.”
“I mean it sucks… for me, I don’t see how it’s bothering so many others? But I’m a human. It happens… one side of my face is clear and the other is a mess,” she added.
Sharing pictures taken at the “Pitch Perfect 3” Australia premiere last week, Rose went on: “This is always my back… I have a tilted posterior (it’s why I have abs but no butt) and spinal curvature from a bad car accident.”
“It is very important to know what an eating disorder is, to know how to speak about it properly when you have such a platform such as a national newspaper,” she continued.
The actress continued, “From the bottom of my heart I am sorry if those stories triggered anything in anyone. This is the problem with believing tabloids or any news without research…”
Rose said she’s now disabled comments on her Instagram photos in a bid to stop similar stories being published in the future.
She went on, “It’s time to take that away from them to protect everyone. I can only do what I can to make this a safe place and I will.”
“THIS IS WHY WE CAN’T HAVE NICE THINGS LIKE INSTAGRAM COMMENTS,” the star added, quoting Taylor Swift’s new track “This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things” singing, “BECAUSE YOU BREAK THEM I HAVE TO TAKE THEM, AWAY…ay ay ay.”