‘@boohoo house warming party’ she captioned the photo.
Back in July Sobinoff was accused of photoshopping images from a recent magazine photoshoot.
The MAFS alum shared photos from the Australian shoot to her Instagram page.
But not long after posting the shots, where the reality TV darling is seen smiling and posing in a blue bikini, she came under fire from fans for allegedly altering the images.
"These are gorgeous photos but sad they still photoshop a women that is so body positive," one follower commented on the snaps.
"The thigh gap hole on the left is the worst photoshopping attempt. C'mon Liz. Why let them do this to you? Defeats everything you stand for," another fan said.
In an attempt to shut down the negative trolling, Lizzie posted a comeback to her Instagram stories.
"Someone said my in my last post was photoshopped! [sic] Um no, take a look, laughable! Yes there would [be] brightening techniques but no sweetheart," Lizzie responded.
The slimmed-down reality star then went on to upload a further swimsuit shot from the photoshoot in an Instagram post, addressing the nasty comments.
"One more from this shoot. Let me just say the people who left negative comments about these pics, shame on you.
"Talking about thigh gaps, I have a thigh gap, I’m not the most tone person on the planet I have really big hip bones and the top of my legs don’t touch, apologies for my bone structure offending you.
"If you are choosing to ‘zoom’ in look at my stretch marks and dimples and where my tan has worn off. Look at my rolls even in this picture," she said.
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