Last month, Billie Eilish made international headlines when she featured in Calvin Klein’s “I Speak My Truth In #MyCalvins” campaign alongside fellow members of young Hollywood including Noah Centineo, Shawn Mendes, Troye Sivan and Kendall Jenner.

While being interviewed for the shoot, the 17-year-old music sensation explained why she always wears her signature loose-fitting clothes.

“That’s why I wear baggy clothes,” she says in the ad. “Nobody can have an opinion because they haven’t seen what’s underneath. Nobody can be like, ‘she’s slim-thick,’ ‘she’s not slim-thick,’ ‘she’s got a flat ass,’ ‘she’s got a fat ass.’ No one can say any of that because they don’t know.”

Just one month later, she was photographed with her baggy jumper unzipped and the internet did exactly what she’d been trying to avoid her whole career: they sexualised her.

After the following pic started to do the ’rounds online, loads of punters began describing her as “thick”, or similar, AKA sexualising a literal teenager.

While it’s abhorrent that people would ignore her wishes and publicly comment on her body, you’ll be happy to know that her horde of loyal followers have come to her aide with a bunch of defensive tweets in her honour.

Despite only being in the spotlight for a short period of time, Eilish has had to deal with some pretty nasty stuff from the public.

During her recent trip to Australia, a fan reportedly groped her at a meet and greet, leading her to issue the following statement on Instagram:

“Pls don’t grab my boobs in the meet and greet,” she wrote. “Keep playing the shit cool but it is very much not.”

Ease tf up, kids.

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