Spanish Actress Fakes Instagram Persona by Photoshopping Other Stars' Pics

by Jackie Willis 4:08 AM PST, March 04, 2015
Photo: Instagram

Spanish actress Anna Allen takes the phrase "fake it till you make it" to a new level.

Numerous news outlets are claiming the 32-year-old performer has been photoshopping her face on celebrities' bodies and reposting their pics on her Instagram as if they were her own. As of late, the Anna Allen Instagram account is not in service.

The actress' alleged web of lies was discovered when she started sharing pics from the Oscars.

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According to formulaTV, Anna cropped Lupita Nyong'o's 2014 invitation to the Academy Awards and posted as her own on Instagram -- though failed to crop out the year. "So it's official," the caption reads, purportedly from Anna's account. "I'm invited to the Oscars!"

It's official: I am invited. I am going!!! #Oscars

A photo posted by Lupita Nyong'o (@lupitanyongo) on

But her alter ego doesn't stop there. The actress also photoshopped her head on several celebrities, including Keira Knightley. She also, according to reports, photoshopped herself into a pic of The Big Bang Theory cast and in another with Matt Bomer.

As formulaTV points out, Sophia Bush's Instagram seems to be Anna's favorite celebrity account to take from, as she's reportedly passed numerous images off as her own that were originally posted by theĀ Chicago Fire star.

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Photo: Esquire

What's so strange about all this is that Anna Allen does have an acting career in Spain,appearing in several TV shows. She was even featured in Esquire Espanol, and in her interview, she expresses a fascination with American cinema and Los Angeles. "The biggest difference between Spain and the US is that there are well-defined industry. As they say in Pretty Woman, 'is the city of opportunity', and if you train a lot, LA is a great success," she said.

The actress takes the phrase "don't judge a book by its cover" to the next level.