The Boys star Erin Moriarty retaliated at ex-Fox News host Megyn Kelly for accusing her of undergoing several plastic surgeries

The Boys star Erin Moriarty, an American actress, recently said that she would be taking a permanent hiatus from social media. The 29-year-old celebrity made her declaration in response to Megyn Kelly, a former Fox News host, harshly criticizing her beauty. 

 On Friday, Moriarty wrote a long letter on her Instagram account, stating that her "heart" is "broken."

In the January 17 episode of her show SiriusXM, Kelly accused the Blood Father star of having many surgeries to change her face.

Moriarty said, “This is something I truly never anticipated writing.” “We're all subject to levels of bullying throughout our lives but I am horrified, and I felt that I deserved to take a second to address these things," she continued. 

Then, Moriarty described how the former NBC correspondent's remarks on her facial structure had sickened her.

“The only reason I have not deactivated my account is because I will be leaving this here. Otherwise, consider it deactivated,” The Driven star wrote. “I will not have access to it for an extensive if not permanent break," she added. 

“Social media is not something that came naturally to me and that was an investment of energy to connect with you guys. And I am horrified by the reaction, the reductive assumptions, and the aforementioned video that is a primary example of such harassment,” Moriarty explained. 

She continued, “It’s broken my heart. You’ve broken my heart. You’ve lost the privilege of this account. So you can believe whatever you want."

"But there's no excuse for these horrific allegations, the verbal abuse that I have had to delete, and genuinely false information that is being used to perpetuate a message that is exhibitionist feminism.”