Lauren Harries has sparked concerns after a series of odd videos showing her sexily dancing around her back garden.
The Celebrity Big Brother star stripped down to a number of skin-tight, flesh-flashing bodycon dresses as she bumped and grinded her way to a distinctly unglamorous washing line.
Lauren, 41, showed off her best moves to the sonorous strains of Lil Pump and Kanye West’s I Love It (sample lyrics: “You’re such a f**kin’ ho, I love it”) and Cardi B’s Money.
However, eagle-eyed fans were more interested in the absolute state of her shambolic garden than her trim figure.
Pointing out the overgrown weeds, broken down fence panels and the general state of disrepair, one quipped: “How can a garden look so bad 70 years after the blitz????”
Another tweeted: “The way you’re hanging that washing and the state of your garden is giving me anxiety!”
And a third told her: “Babes you need to get a strimmer on that! Just saying.”
Yet others pointed out that reality star Lauren was actually hanging out dry clothes on her line.
But Lauren refused to crumble under their gentle teasing, hitting back with a raunchily posed snap of herself on top of a rotted panel.
“My lady garden never needs trimming when there’s wood to be riding,” she joked.
She also sent a powerful message to the haters about trans rights, telling them: “I’m a proud Trans women. Even after my gender reassignment surgery, having the extraordinary gift to be able to finally live in the body for which I was born to be in, accepting myself for who and what I am because of the way society treats transgender people has been a struggle.”
Lauren went on: “Though I make my videos online may make you laugh and enjoy the humour I see in the world, remember that there are some watching who wish to take my right to joy and happiness away. They won’t win, we will.
“I, Lauren Harries, believe that all women and men and everything in between the two, have a right to celebrate our bodies. We have a right to exist without fear. We are entitled to love ourselves.”
She then added: “We are entitled to connect with our authentic selves, to share that self with the world, and for it to be celebrated. I am a proud trans woman.”