Or, as some say on Instagram, she's more like the love child of Blake Lively and Taylor Swift. Regardless, Jane's elfin features have attracted attention, a lot of which is negative, because social media feeds on a diet of hate.
Jane routinely receives comments calling her fat.
Jane, who is in recovery for disordered eating, valiantly uses her social media fame to fight haters with positivity and raise awareness of disordered eating.
"Accentuate the positive, eliminate the negative," her caption reads.
Her Instagram captions are full of references to her past and her desire that other people don't go down a similar road. Last week she wrote:
All "swiftness" aside, I'm glad I was able to share a little bit about disordered eating and triggers- such as bullying- that can influence and promote disordered eating in people. As somebody that has been there, I'm glad I can be a voice now to enable others to have strength. There is no beauty in disordered eating, and there is no strength!
Haters can keep hating, but Jane and her fans aren't listening. Her cat, Marissa Cooper (named after a TV character just like T. Swift's pets)—doesn't seem interested in body shaming either.
"Woke up to 5K followers AND so many comments promoting body positivity!" Jane wrote on Instagram. Yay, down with trolls!