Apparently, Megan Fox is tired of hearing rumors that she had done Botox and she's trying to bust them by posting pictures of herself making grimaces on her Facebook! Check out the pics inside!

The Hollywood hottie Megan Fox has been causing a stir for quite some time with her changing look, as people began noticing some major transformations, which were at the base of the plastic surgery and Botox injections rumors that everyone was talking about. However, Megan Fox wants to bust these rumors with every occasion and now she's dismissing the latest botox rumors via Facebook.

Celebrities are no strangers to “beauty enhancers” such as collagen injections, botox, and even plastic surgery but admitting to having them isn't everyone's priority. Some celebrities don't have any trouble admitting they've had something done while others try to dodge these questions as much as possible. One celebrity that seems to be tired of all these speculations is Megan Fox and she decided to prove that her natural beauty is due to good genes only!

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Because the only way you can prove something is by bringing proof, Megan Fox decided to dismiss botox rumors via Facebook, where the diva posted 4 pictures of her face in an album titled “Things you can't do with your face when you have botox”. The actress tries to demonstrate that she does have wrinkles by frowning and raising her brow.

However, her transformation over the past couple of years is quite amazing, so could only her weight loss and makeup be at the base of this transformation? Megan shed a few pounds since her acting role for 'Transformers', so could this be the reason why she's been blasted with plastic surgery rumors?

Megan has spoken last year about plastic surgery with Allure, where she stated that women who consider getting plastic surgery should consider visiting a therapist before that, subtly suggesting insecurity issues as the problem behind this need, and told the magazine that:
“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”.
Do you think that Megan has anything done?

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