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Busty Aussie influencer is caught using a slimming app to make her waist smaller as it glitches during racy Christmas video

A popular Australian influencer has been busted using a slimming to transform her figure in a Christmas-themed Instagram video.

Christie Swadling, a fitness influencer who boasts 117K followers, raised eyebrows when she uploaded a clip of herself dancing in front of her Christmas tree, wearing a very racy white dress. 

The clip, which was uploaded earlier this month, shows the busty blonde shaking her hips seductively while clutching a wine glass. 

Aussie influencer Christie Swadling (pictured) has been busted using a slimming app to make her waist smaller as it glitches during racy Christmas video

Aussie influencer Christie Swadling (pictured) has been busted using a slimming app to make her waist smaller as it glitches during racy Christmas video

Eagle-eyed fans quickly noticed a bizarre, warping effect around her midsection – a telltale sign that editing software was used to make her waist appear slimmer.

The app glitched noticeably as Christie moved closer to the camera, causing some vases and a portion of the tree in the background to bend out of shape. 

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The blunder was first spotted by Instagram ‘snark’ account @Celeb_Spellcheck, which re-shared the clip among other examples of influencer fails. 

The clip, which was uploaded earlier this month, shows the busty blonde shaking her hips seductively while clutching a wine glass. However, eagle eyed fans quickly noticed a bizarre, warping effect around her midsection (circled in red)

The clip, which was uploaded earlier this month, shows the busty blonde shaking her hips seductively while clutching a wine glass. However, eagle eyed fans quickly noticed a bizarre, warping effect around her midsection (circled in red) 

The warped section was a telltale sign that editing software had been used to make her waist appear slimmer

The warped section was a telltale sign that editing software had been used to make her waist appear slimmer

It comes amid a new push for influencers to stop using filters and editing apps to combat the rise of body image issues among their fans. 

Miss Universe Australia Jesinta Franklin recently threw her support behind the cause, telling Stellar Magazine: ‘I won’t ever alter my photos, as in [use] those filters that can change your nose and your lips and your cheeks’. 

‘That’s one thing I just won’t do. I think it’s really, really toxic. You’ve got to realise not everything you see online is real,’ she continued. 

It comes amid a new push for influencers to stop using filters and editing apps to combat the rise of body image issues among their fans. Miss Universe Australia Jesinta Franklin (pictured) recently threw her support behind the cause

It comes amid a new push for influencers to stop using filters and editing apps to combat the rise of body image issues among their fans. Miss Universe Australia Jesinta Franklin (pictured) recently threw her support behind the cause 

Jesinta went on to say that she quickly discards any social media accounts that make her uncomfortable.

‘If I see anything that makes me start to question my own self-worth around my body, then I just unfollow those accounts. It’s not worth it’ she said.

Anyone needing support with eating disorders or body image issues is encouraged to contact: Butterfly National Helpline on 1800 33 4673 (1800 ED HOPE) 

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