Chris Hemsworth Slams Water Use Claims As 'A Complete Lie'
Actor Chris Hemsworth has publicly slammed accusations that he ordered a "fleet of trucks" to water his gardens.
The Hemsworth brothers are famously tight-lipped about their personal lives on social media.
However, the Thor star made an exception to address what he said was "a complete lie" about his home water use.
In the article published on December 21, it's alleged that Hemsworth ordered a fleet of water trucks for his garden.
The report was particularly ill-received given the country's ongoing drought and bushfire crisis.
Hemsworth took to Instagram to address the accusations and assure his 38.8 million followers that the claims are false.
"Lies!" he wrote across a screenshot of the article.
"Normally I wouldn't respond to false articles like this but it bothers me a lot."
The water truck was purely for drinking water because like everyone in the region who is not connected to town water we have run out of portable water due to the drought.
"NONE of my garden is fed by drinking water," Hemsworth's post continued. "Thanks for adding more distress to an already brutal situation the whole country is dealing with. Merry Xmas."
The Australian actor often uses his Instagram to fight for climate action and promote the many environmental causes he is linked to.
Hemsworth and his wife Elsa Pataky have been building their Byron Bay home since 2014.
Forbes estimates that the Hollywood heavyweight earned an astonishing $AU110 million in one year alone.