Chloe Moretz Slams Cruel 'Family Guy' Meme for Causing Body Dysmorphia and Turning Her Into Recluse

The 'Kick-Ass' actress reveals she suffered from body dysmorphia and would hyperventilate when she's photographed after 'Family Guy' made fun of her body following paparazzi photos.

AceShowbiz - Chloe Grace Moretz suffered from body dysmorphia and turned into a "recluse" following a "horrific" "Family Guy" meme. After a photographer snapped her walking into a hotel carrying a pizza box, which sparked a viral meme mocking her body with "long legs" and a "short torso," the 25-year-old star has reflected on the way she was talked about online.

"Everyone was making fun of my body and I brought it up with someone and they were like, 'Oh, shut the f*** up, it's funny,' " she told Hunger magazine.

"And I just remember sitting there and thinking, my body is being used as a joke and it's something that I can't change about who I am, and it is being posted all over Instagram. It was something so benign as walking into a hotel with leftovers. And to this day, when I see that meme, it's something very hard for me to overcome."

She admitted the fallout made her "kind of sad" and she became very "self-conscious" even when she was in her element at red carpet events. She added, "After that, I was kind of sad. It took a layer of something that I used to enjoy, which was getting dressed up and going to a carpet and taking a photo, and made me super self-conscious."

"And I think that body dysmorphia - which we all deal with in this world - is extrapolated by the issues of social media. It's a headf***."

In response, the "Carrie" actress "became a recluse" and was able to detach herself from fame by not being pictured all the time. She said, "I basically became a recluse."

"It was great because I got away from the photographers and I was able to be myself, and to have so many experiences that people didn't photograph, but at the same time it made me severely anxious when I was photographed. My heart rate would rise and I would hyperventilate."

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