Jenni “JWoww” Farley denied she got plastic surgery on her face and proved it by posting a makeup-free Instagram photo of her wrinkly forehead, People reported Aug. 26.
“Very flattered Radar Online that u think I had all that work done but I’m just a plain jane mom with wrinkles without makeup," Farley wrote in the caption to her selfie. "But kudos to u and ur site ... awesome material… Very riveting."
JWoww has previously admitted she got breast implants in her early twenties and confessed she wants to Botox injections soon, but is furious that anyone would suggest her beauty is otherwise unnatural.
“I don’t like touching my face only because I’m always scared you can never go back,” said Farley, who gave birth to a daughter in July 2014. “All those nose jobs and cheek implants and stuff like that, people get those and can never go back to what they were. I love my nose.”
The latest plastic surgery rumors got started after Farley was seen visiting a plastic surgeon frequented by her friends from "The Real Housewives of New Jersey."
JWoww, who previously starred on "Jersey Shore," said she would consider getting microdermabrasion and skin tightening but draws the line at going under the knife for facial reconstruction.
Jennifer Aniston and Megan Fox Deny Plastic Surgery
JWoww joins a growing number of celebrities who insist they're opposed to anti-aging plastic surgeries despite having already gotten other procedures. Actress Jennifer Aniston, who has been open about the nose job she got during her twenties, recently said she refuses to get plastic surgery or Botox in a bid to look younger, saying it looks desperate.
In 2011, Megan Fox posted a photo of her wrinkly forehead to Facebook in response to widespread rumors that she got major plastic surgery and Botox on her face. In an album entitled "Things You Can't Do with Your Face when You Have Botox," Fox scrunches her face and points to the lines in her forehead as evidence that she hasn't had Botox.
In other photos, Megan makes a surprised look, showing her face can move, and then arches an eyebrow while looking flirtatiously into the camera.
Fox ignited plastic surgery rumors when she appeared at the 2010 L.A. premiere of her film "Jonah Hex" debuting a shiny "mask-like" face complete with an overdone "trout pout." Fox, a regular on sexiest women lists, has repeatedly denied she had anything done to her face.
"My lips are my lips," Megan insisted. "I would encourage anyone to first speak with a therapist, to try and figure out where this want comes from, because a lot of times it’s not related to your teeth or your nose or your chin - the surgery is not going to alleviate that insecurity for you."