Slut tween pics

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On social media earlier this week, Gordon Ramsay was trolled and his teenage daughters "slut-shamed". Their crimes? A rather sweet picture of the TV chef's son and daughter's 16th birthday party that was posted on Instagram and followed up with a tweet. The photo showed Ramsay's mini-me son Jack posing next to his three daughters - Matilda, 14, Holly, 16, and Megan, 17 - and a family friend, apparently at home before they headed off to one of Ramsay's West End restaurants for the bash. Within minutes, the caustic admonishments started flooding in.

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