Ariel Winter
Pictured: Ariel Winter attends the InStyle And Warner Bros. Golden Globes After Party 2019 at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 6, 2019 in Beverly Hills, California. Getty Images/Rich Fury

"Modern Family" star Ariel Winter has been plagued with plastic surgery rumors for years now, but she recently denied another accusation on Instagram.

Last week, Winter, who just turned 21 years old on Monday, shared a photo on Instagram that showed off her gorgeous figure in a gray jumpsuit. She received numerous comments praising her stunning looks and body, but one Instagram user said that she preferred Winter's looks before "the change."

The commenter accused Winter of getting plastic surgery and said that she looked better before she supposedly had surgeries done. "Nothing wrong with being honest and telling her we liked her better before 'the change,'" the Instagram user wrote. "She was so beautiful before she started chopping up her body and if me saying so helps one gurl out there to feel beautiful who's thinking of PS then its worth it."

Winter, however, slammed the accusation, saying that she has not gone under the knife to make her body look slimmer. The actress acknowledged the commenter's efforts to "help" girls who are considering getting work done, but she also pointed out that the Instagram user had to insult another woman to get their point across.

"That is also not being supportive of women if you're just assuming something about the way they look," she replied.

Ariel Winter responded to an accusation that she got plastic surgery. Instagram/Ariel Winter

Winter's followers are likely not surprised by the actress slimming down and getting toned. The young actress often shares photos of herself working out and showing off her hard-earned physique. One previous Instagram video posted last year showed Winter doing a tiring exercise involving leg weights.

But while Winter didn't get surgery to attain her gorgeous body, she did go under the knife in the past. The actress underwent breast reduction surgery when she was 17 years old.

Winter explained in a 2015 interview with Glamour that she decided to go get the surgery done because she felt "uncomfortable" with the unwanted attention her body received. She said articles written about her usually focused on her breasts, and people also began to recognize her only because of them.