Hollywood actress has since deleted the post and issued a statement on Instagram, apologising for "upsetting" her fans.Jamie took to Instagram to share a short statement with no caption in view of her 4.8 million followers.It read: "Last week I posted a picture of some chairs that included a photograph on the wall by an artist that was gifted to me 20 years ago."I understand it has disturbed some people.
As I have said, I am a truth-teller so here's the truth."It's a picture of a child, taken by her mother, of her playing in their backyard in a tub of water."Nothing more, nothing less.
I took down the post because I didn't want to keep something up that upset anyone."In the said original post, Jamie told a story about her "beautiful Pollack chairs" that were the centre of the said photo.The post read: "Ok.This is a weird post.
But I have Covid, so f*ck it."During one of the SAG nomination panels for @everythingeverywheremovie I told the story of how I ended up with my office furnished with my beautiful Pollack chairs from that movie."However, many social media users were distracted by the framed photo of a naked child on her wall, taking to Twitter to share their concern.DC_Draino said: "5 days ago Hollywood's Jamie Lee Curtis posted a vaccine ad for Pfizer on Instagram."3 days ago she posted an extremely disturbing picture she had in her home of a child stuffed in a suitcase.