It looks like Shailene Woodley is doing her best to protect fiancé Aaron Rogers from criticism for lying about his vaccine status.
The Blame Our Stars star took to Instagram on Tuesday to criticize the Daily Mail story, which, according to ProFootballTalk, misidentified a Los Angeles man as a Green Bay Packers advocate and falsely claimed to have violated NFL COVID protocols by violating quarantine.
On Tuesday, the Daily Mail removed photos of the person Rogers embarrassed and rewrote the article to remove the claim that he was in Los Angeles, Business Insider reported. History not corrected.
Defending Rogers against the Daily Mail’s false claim, Woodley also suggested that the man, whom the British newspaper identified as him, could not be her fiancé – because his legs were too small.
“You literally need to goddamn calm down. It’s just FUN, ”she wrote in the three-part Instagram Story. “News outlets are STILL grabbing at straws to humiliate Aaron. Find random fucking men on the streets of Los Angeles and say it’s him. “
She added, hinting slightly that the man, who was mistakenly identified by the Daily Mail as Rogers, did not have legs as big as QB.
“I know Aaron’s body VERY well. First, his legs, ahem and don’t be offended by this rando dude, MUCH bigger, ”she wrote next to the winking emoticon.
“Plus, for those of us who know Aaron outside the world of obsessed sports and crappy media, it’s no secret that he has the hairiest hands on this fucking planet,” continued Woodley. “This inattentive friend obviously doesn’t do it. (Come on, zoom in). “
But Woodley’s comments did go below the belt when she criticized a car driven by a mysterious man.
“Also a cute car dude, but Aaron would never drive this car,” she wrote.
Rogers has been the subject of massive criticism since admitting last Friday that he had not been vaccinated against COVID-19 despite claiming to have been “vaccinated.”
As a result, he lost his partnership with Prevea Health, but not with State Farm insurance, although the company continues to encourage people to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
On Tuesday, he spoke with what the New York Daily News called “a half-hearted waiver” on Pat McAfee’s SiriusXM show, in the same edition where he made his Friday comments.
“I made a few comments that may have been considered misleading,” he said. “For anyone who felt misled by these comments, I take full responsibility for these comments.”