Ariel Winter is once again jumping in to defend herself against body-shaming trolls — but this time, the comments don't have anything to do with her recent weight loss. Rather, it appears some fans are taking issue with the "Modern Family" star's feet.
The Instagram comments flooded Winter's account this week after she posted a black and white portrait from her recent spread with Schön! Magazine. The 21-year-old actress tagged her celebrity makeup artist and hairstylist as well as the magazine, using a deer emoji as a caption.
While many praised Winter's look, which included a knit sweater and long sleeve shirt, others couldn't help but point out the actress' seemingly big feet.
Some users questioned whether "Bigfoot" exists and described them as "T-Rex kind of feet."
"She should take up swimming," one Instagram user suggested.
"Maybe you can get foot reduction surgery," another added.
"$5 foot long!" a user joked.
Winter, however, appeared to take the jokes in stride — and fired back at her critics with a cheeky response.
“I’m literally a 6.5 and people are commenting I have like men’s size 13 feet,” she replied with a laughing emoji, according to Yahoo! Lifestyle.
Fans were also quick to defend the "Modern Family" actress, scolding those who would leave such comments.
"You have beautiful feet Ariel Winter and you are a very attractive young woman, strong, positive, and being confident with yourself," one fan wrote.
"It's the angle. No matter what they are pretty just like the rest of you why people want to hate on here boggles the mind," a second echoed.
"You are just gorgeous head to toe!" another exclaimed.
This isn't the first time Winter has had to defend herself. In late January, the 21-year-old clapped back at online bullies who claimed she was "too slim" and alleging she got plastic surgery.
“I appreciate you wanting to help girls love themselves the way they are, but you are also kind of cutting someone (me) down,” Winter fired back at the time. “I also didn’t get plastic surgery. That is also not being supportive of women if you’re just assuming something about the way they look.”