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TikTok Star Charli D’Amelio Gets Candid About Her Eating Disorder Struggle

The well-known social media personality and dancer Charli D’Amelio, the most-followed creator on the TikTok app, revealed her struggles with eating disorder in a lengthy post to her Instagram Stories.

The dancer wrote her message by hoping her story helps inspire those who are struggling with body image issues:

“I’ve always tried to use my voice when it comes to issues surrounding body image, but I’ve never talked about my own struggles with eating disorders. It’s so uncomfortable to admit to even your closest friend and family, let alone the world. I’ve been afraid to share that I have an eating disorder, but ultimately I hope that by sharing this I can help someone else.”

D’Amelio added that she knew many people were battling against certain disorders behind closed doors. Then, the dancer apologized to fans and followers if she had ever played a song with lyrics that trigged people and caused harm. The second highest-earning TikTok personality continued:

“I need you to know you are not alone. Remember it’s ok to reach out and get help. We all need help sometimes. I love you all and please stay strong.”

TikTok’s biggest star previously stated about her bad eating habits and struggles with body dysmorphia, and mentioned the mean comments she read about herself that says she looks fat and ugly.

“A lot about my body shape, my body type, which hits close to home because I struggled a lot with body image, body dysmorphia, bad eating habits. No one really knows that. It hurts for everyone no matter who you are. Getting hundreds of thousands of hate comments per week is a lot to handle.”

See below find Charli D’Amelio’s message.

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