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Hollister Fans Lash Out Over A Controversial Picture

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The size of models is often a hot topic with many people saying they are too thin and give young girls the wrong impression of beauty.

Well, it's a Hollister model sparking outrage this time.

Hollister removed this photo from social media after fans lashed out saying the girl was way too skinny.

She is significantly thinner than the other models shown on the company's Facebook and Twitter page.

Hollister is a spin-off of Abercrombie. You may remember, Abercrombie made headlines for refusing to make clothes for larger women.

A stance they have since changed.

When the company posted the photo on twitter responses about her weight came pouring in.

Danica tweeted, "this picture from Hollister is really disturbing... Like how is this healthy?"

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