"Oh Jennie! You are beautiful & don't need all that Botox! Sadly you are unrecognizable here!" a troll commented.
Jennie Garth has responded to critics accusing her of having too much plastic surgery.
On Monday, the actress posted a pic with her "90210" co-star Tori Spelling. "Working with my favorite partner in crime!" Garth captioned the pic. "Thank you @castrofashion @castrofashion_kids #israel We ❤️Israel @90210onfox @torispelling."
After Garth shared the photo, people started to slam the star in the comments, claiming she needs to stop going under the knife. However, Garth was quick to respond.
"Oh Jennie! You are beautiful & don't need all that Botox! Sadly you are unrecognizable here!" a person commented. "thank you?" Garth replied. Another person wrote that Garth seemed "so fake." In response, the "What I Like About You" star replied, "nope, I'm human."
A third troll criticized both Garth and Spelling, writing, "Omg what happened to your faces?" Garth joked in response, "Ha you're amazing." After fans lashed out at the critic, the user apologized for her comments, "didnt mean to offend u... i just cant believe how fast time flies... anyway All the best."
Another fan came to Garth's defense in the comments and said she was "disgusted" by the hateful remarks. "You know, some of our favorite people who we looked up to growing up are kind enough to share their lives with us and all you people can do is get on here and put them down," the user wrote. "I'm disgusted really. They don't have to share anything with us they do it because they want to interact with their FANS."
"And then to see all these disgusting and negative comments," they continued. "If you people don't like their faces or them then why are you following and commenting on their damn Instagram pages. Get a life." Garth replied to the fan with a kiss emoji.
Garth and Spelling, who starred on the original "Beverly Hills, 90210" television series, are two of the many cast members returning for the show's revival this summer. The ladies will be joined by co-stars Jason Priestley, Ian Ziering, Gabrielle Carteris, and Brian Austin Green.
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