Jason Ritter is back after wife Melanie Lenski was shamed on social media
Jason Ritter took over Twitter Saturday in defense of his wife, Melanie Lensky, after she was shamed on social media.
Ritter, 41, posted a comment on the social networking site, citing his wife’s previous tweet, expressing her frustration with the matter.
“If anyone has any other unsolicited comments about anyone else’s body, they can feel free to write them in permanent ink on their foreheads and dip straight into the sun,” Ritter said.
The latest: Jason Ritter, 41, took to Twitter on Saturday in defense of his wife, Melanie Linsky, 44, after she was shamed on social media. The couple was cut short in November in Los Angeles
Lynskey, 44, took to the site Friday to comment on people making unsolicited comments about her weight under the guise of concern for her safety.
The most terrible is “I care about her health!!” People…” said the Yellowjackets actress, who shares her husband a three-year-old daughter. “B**** you don’t see me on a peloton! You don’t see me running in the park with my baby. Being thin does not always mean healthy.
Lensky, who tied the knot with the Tales of Titans actor in 2020, spoke earlier this month with rolling rock On how a female Showtime Yellow Jackets co-producer made her lose weight.
They would ask me, “What are you planning to do? I’m sure the producers will provide you with a coach. They would love to help you with that.”
Ritter posted a comment on social media in support of his wife
Lynskey previously took to the site on Friday to comment on people making unsolicited comments about her weight under the guise of concern for her safety.
The couple was captured in March 2018 in Santa Monica, California
Lensky said she was supported by co-stars Tawny Cypress, Christina Ricci and Juliette Lewis on the issue, with Lewis writing a letter to the show’s producers.
Lensky spoke with People On the topic of body image in a 2016 interview, saying that she had “been very ill for a long time” in “trying to fit in with something that wasn’t physically possible for her.”
“I was losing my mind,” she said. “I was having problems eating and at one point I was like, ‘I’m not going to survive’ — not like I’m at death’s door or something, but I was very unhappy and my hair was falling out.
“I was like, ‘I just need to look what I’m supposed to look like’ and I have faith that people are going to want to put someone in a movie or on a show like this,” said Lensky. I had to feel really comfortable with myself, because you can’t fake that.