Khloe Kardashian accused of using 'too much photoshop' as she poses topless in 90s style jeans

KHLOE Kardashian has been accused of photoshopping a topless snap she posted for her denim line Good American.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star, 36, wore just a pair of baggy jeans and covered her modesty with her arms in the sultry snap.

While Khloe was clearly pleased with the incredible photo, one critic felt it had been retouched.

They wrote: "Too much photoshop."

 Khloe has been coming under fire for months from fans claiming she is altering her social media snaps.

Back in April, an unedited bikini shot of Khloe leaked online, in which she looking stunning while posing in leopard-print swimwear.



Despite receiving plenty of compliments over her figure, her PR and legal teams went on a rampage to "scrub" the photo from the internet, to no avail.

Khloe later came out to share her truth about the image, pleading with fans to understand the turmoil she's experienced over the years.

Posing topless to show off her "unretouched" and "unfiltered" body, she revealed she has "struggled with body image her whole life."


Khloe penned: “When someone takes a photo of you that isn’t flattering in bad lighting or doesn’t capture your body the way it is after working so hard to get it to this point."

"And then shares it to the world – you should have every right to ask for it to not be shared – regardless of who you are.

“In truth, the pressure, constant ridicule and judgement my entire life to be perfect and to meet other’s standards of how I should look has been too much to bear."

Her sister Kim has been facing similar backlash for reportedly altering her photos.

Most recently she was accused of photoshopping a sexy SKIMS ad she starred in while wearing lingerie.

Eagle-eyed viewers noted that her finger appeared to bend and stretch in the distorted footage.

Kim's team insisted the clip hadn't been altered, however, and claimed the bizarre moment was down to a technical "glitch" while uploading the video.

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