Alyssa Milano hits back at trolls after they slam her crochet mask
She's not afraid to call out haters when they troll her online.
And Alyssa Milano did just that when Twitter users called her out for her 'useless' face mask that was crocheted - and therefore had holes throughout.
But the 47-year-old wasn't having a bar of it, telling haters that she inserted a protective filter underneath.
It all started after Alyssa shared a family selfie of herself, husband, Dave Bugliari, 39, and their kids, Milo, eight, and Elizabella, five, wearing their masks ahead of an outing.
And while Dave and the kids all sported different styles that covered their faces, many weren't too impressed with the actress' choice, with her skin able to be seen through the crocheted design.
One hateful user Tweeted: 'So knitted face mask are going to protect you from Covid-19 Alyssa Milano you are a special kind of stupid #alyssamilano.'
Alyssa hit back, writing: 'Mask has a filter in it for f**k's sake. A carbon one. My mom makes them. #WearAMask,' she wrote adding the emoji of the face with rolling eyes.
The Charmed star went as far as to share a screenshot of the 100 pack of filters she had purchased to ensure full protection amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
She also Tweeted: 'Assholes, mask has a carbon filter in it. So, yes, it might be crochet but totally safe. #WearAMask.'
And while many accepted her response, others claimed to still see her skin through the mask so concluded there was no filter used in the photo ...
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