The 'Modern Family' actress slammed Life and Style and called the site 'absolutely ridiculous and degrading' for its article which suggested that the star had work done over the years.
The 27-year-old beauty was outraged after Life & Style published an article in which doctors weighed in on her face and talked whether or not the actress had gone under the knife. "THIS MAKES ME SO MAD. to have Drs give their opinion ON MY FACE is absolutely ridiculous and degrading. F**k off," she tweeted alongside a link of the said article.
THIS MAKES ME SO MAD. to have Drs give their opinion ON MY FACE is absolutely ridiculous and degrading. Fuck off. https://t.co/8GlSIWJcfr— Sarah Hyland (@Sarah_Hyland) November 2, 2017
She followed it up with a lengthy message in a separate tweet which read, "I have had the worst medical year of my life and to create an entire article surrounding the question of if I've had plastic surgery is the MOST insulting thing."
"Adding insult to injury, you have NO IDEA what I have been through. And I have somewhat addressed these rumors already. People like you are the reason why young girls feel the need to alter their face. MY face has been altered by LIFE SAVING medication. Take your 'journalism' and use it for some good. FOR ONCE," she continued.
Following Sarah's rants on Twitter, the tabloid apparently updated the article by "deleting 'drs' comments." However, the move didn't satisfy the actress, as she shared a screenshot of the updated article and captioned it, "Hey @Life_and_Style why don't you just delete the article about how different I look over the past 10 yrs instead of deleting 'drs' comments."
Sarah didn't stop there though, as she continued trolling the tabloid by posting a series of selfies of her wearing a masker alongside hilarious captions. In one of the tweets, Sarah wrote, "Hey @Life_and_Style. Got some work done tonight. Going for a new look... gonna write about this now?" Another post saw her pulling a Donald Trump by dubbing the tabloid "fake news."
"I'd like to apologize for the person who runs the social media division of @Life_and_Style? I know this isnt your fault. So take the day off," she concluded.
I'd like to apologize for the person who runs the social media division of @Life_and_Style? I know this isnt your fault. So take the day off— Sarah Hyland (@Sarah_Hyland) November 2, 2017