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Reid Ewing, the 'Modern Family' actor who plays the role of Dylan Marshall came out to the world through his tweet. The 27 years old actor who is also suffering from body dysmorphic disorder revealed that he's gay and he never his the fact.
Referring to the young man who was featured on the GMA news story about body dysmorphic disorder, Ewing tweeted, "Saw Eugene Bata on @GMA in the Body Dysmorphia segment connected to my article and I just want to say he is hot af,"
A little surprised by this tweet when his followers asked if he just outed himself, the actor responded by tweeting, "@MichaelJMapes I was never in." Following this, he posted a Marilyn Monroe's GIF
referring to his reaction when he sees another gay man.
Lately, Ewing has opened about several other issues he's facing. He first spoke about his addiction for plastic surgeries and his battle against body dysmorphic disorder on a very emotional Huffington post blog that he penned down on November 21, 2015.
Referring to many painful surgeries he subject himself to, Ewing said, "I genuinely believed if I had one procedure I would suddenly look like Brad Pitt. 'I woke up screaming my head off from pain, with tears streaming down my face."
Reid Ewing admitted that he started having plastic surgeries at the age of 19 when he entered Hollywood. One procedure led to another and started seeing multiple doctors. When a procedure would go wrong, then he would consult another doctor to get it fixed.
Regretting the choices he made in terms of plastic surgeries, Ewing says he liked the way his face looked before he went under the knife. He added, "Before seeking to change your face, you should question whether it is your mind that needs fixing."