Mischa Barton has just posted a photo on Instagram of herself topless in Greece, showing off her perky breasts. The young actress’ photo shows her sitting on the balcony with a sea view, smoking a cigarette and nonchalantly posing in jeans and no top. The beautiful 30-year-old ‘The OC’ actress is the latest start to share a raunchy photo of herself to her numerous social media followers.

Mischa has been drawing attention to herself lately for some not-so-good reasons, yet the most recent focus is of her enviable figure that she flaunts in a cheeky topless picture, enjoying a sunny break in Greece.

Mischa captioned the photo “Island vibes, #Mykonos #Censored#" and the photo has been liked by thousands of her followers and fans.

Mischa Barton goes for a natural look in the revealing photo

It has to be said, the gorgeous star looks smoking hot in the photo, her natural beauty is shown off by her chilled look, she appears to be wearing no make-up at all and just lets her beach-style hair fall around her face.

Mischa has not always kept her slim figure, she was once attacked by internet trolls who accused her of being fat and slammed her body, calling her a whale. It was back in 2013 that Barton went through a rough patch and was involved in drugs and alcohol, leading her to have a breakdown.

She spoke about her struggle saying she was under huge amounts of pressure and seemed to be scrutinized for whatever she did, “It was always ‘she’s too skinny, she must be sick’. Then it was ‘she’s too big’.”

Mischa Barton moves on from criticisms surrounding her Alton Sterling post

Not all of Mischa’s Instagram photos have received the same sort of praise, she was recently criticized for a photo she posted of herself in a bikini holding glass of wine, she wrote “I’m truly heartbroken to watch videos like the #altonsterling execution. This may have been going on forever in the United States but thank god the pigs get caught on camera now. It’s unthinkable and an embarrassment to America. The country I was brought up in. Somebody make change. We need gun control and unity."

The snap and caption were soon deleted by the young actress who later apologised via Twitter when she tweeted “I’m human, I’m not perfect and I’m sorry if my Instagram post went out of context I didn’t mean to offend anyone.”