The Telegraph's article contains various old, candid paparazzi images of Armytage with captions like, "COMFY WOMFY".
She took her outrage to Twitter where she called on the writer to step forward.
Some of Australia's most prominent female journalists overwhelmingly supported Armytage and were scathing of The Tele.
Even *actual* model, Jesinta Campbell rushed to TeamSam.
Oh, of course Armytage's morning television rival Karl Stefanovic tweeted his support.
And male journalists were rallying to her side.
Armytage eventually pointed out The Tele's Sydney Confidential writer Annette Sharp penned the piece and asked her followers to "let her know your thoughts".
Sharp immediately went on the offensive, saying her article was 'body positive'.
The Australian's Sharri Markson then published a leaked email reportedly from The Daily Telegraph that shows editors searching for Armytage photos that were "scruffy" or "looked bad".
Markson's extensive reporting revealed the sole intention of the Armytage article was to "make her look 'bad'".