A Los Angeles-based actress and former “La Plaza” contestant who went on to star in two movies in the mid-2000s has come under fire for being an online supermarket shopping guide.
The “La Playa” star, who goes by La Playa on Instagram, said she’d had a great experience shopping at Walmart and had not noticed a problem with her personal information.
The actress, whose real name is Joanna Stilinski, has more than 17 million followers on Instagram.
Stilinksi, 24, has become a star of her own, with more than 9 million followers, and has been featured on “The Real Housewives of New York City.”
Stilinskys Instagram account includes photos of herself wearing a Walmart T-shirt with a message in Spanish and English and a caption that says, “Thank you for making me feel like I am not alone in my life.
I feel very happy in the store.”
In a tweet Monday night, she said she’s had “a great experience” shopping at the chain.
“Thank u for making my life easier,” she wrote.
“I am happy that I have found you and I love all of my products.
I don’t really feel like a supermarket.”
Stilski, who starred in the “LaPlaya” TV series, has worked as a makeup artist in Los Angeles, appearing in movies like “Memento” and “The Last Laugh.”
She also has a reality show, “The Playa Story,” on Showtime.
The former contestant, who went by La Casta in Instagram posts, said her personal info was shared with the store “with no warnings or warnings being given” when she was using the app.
The information was then “scanned” by Walmart employees, who found the personal information and “lifted it up from the app,” she said in a video posted Monday night.
Walmart spokeswoman Linda Brown confirmed that Stilksi was the one who shared the information with Walmart, and said the store was not aware of the situation.
The store’s policy is to “do everything we can to keep customer privacy and security in mind,” Brown said in an email to The Associated Press.
Walmart spokesman John DeHaan said Stiloks information was shared by an internal company security team, and “there is no threat to customer or store information.”
He declined to comment further.
“Our privacy practices are extremely stringent, and we have robust processes in place to identify potential fraud or other breaches,” he said in the email.
“If the information was disclosed to anyone, it was taken down and deleted from the system.”
Stiles’ Twitter account has been quiet since she was released from jail in January and has only been used to post selfies with her family and friends.
She is expected to appear on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” on Monday night to discuss the incident with the show’s panel of celebrity guests.
She has also been working as a social media consultant for the show.
“There are a lot of people that are saying that she has been acting like a model, but there are also a lot that are going, ‘Why did you go to Walmart?'”
Stiles told “Jimmy” Kimmel on Sunday.
“It is so sad, and I just want people to know that this is a very common thing.
There is nothing wrong with being a model.
That’s what you do, you put yourself out there.
That is a normal thing.”
Stila and her family are “devastated,” said Stiles, who has been working with her lawyers to have her photo removed from the Instagram account.
“And it is also really sad because it means they feel like it’s all over,” she told “The View.”
The actress said she was “shocked and horrified” when the incident happened.
“When I was on my own, I felt like there was a lot more to this than just my life,” she continued.
“To go out on stage, to be in a situation where people are watching you, and to have this happen, it’s really devastating.”
Stilles’ story also drew attention to an incident from February of last year, when she shared on Instagram photos of her shopping at Costco and Sam’s Club, both of which have been hit with a federal investigation.
She said she shopped at Costco because she couldn’t find anything on the shelves there.
“You know when you walk in there, you can’t help but feel like you’re not really there at all,” Stiles said.
“But that’s exactly what I wanted to experience with Costco.”
The investigation is still ongoing.
In a statement on Instagram Monday night and on the website of the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Walmart said it takes the security of its customers seriously and would work with law enforcement to identify the individuals responsible for sharing sensitive customer information.
“We are committed to protecting our