Jennifer Aniston appears to be keeping a quiet profile following her unintended involvement in an anti-Semitism scandal with Jamie Foxx.
The 54-year-old actress was seen exiting a Pilates class in Los Angeles on Wednesday after she deactivated her Instagram comments earlier this week after a user under her name liked a contentious post by Foxx that made anti-Semitic references.
Aniston, who promptly explained her position on the post, as did Foxx, wore an all-black costume consisting of a ballcap, a tank top, and leggings for the strenuous activity.
Aniston, who portrayed Rachel Green on the NBC sitcom Friends, came out on a summer day in Los Angeles wearing gold-framed sunglasses and olive green shoes while carrying a cardboard box.
In the aftermath of the social media incident, the perennial A-lister, who also sported a knee bracelet, appeared to be deep in meditation.
The saga began on Saturday, when the Any Given Sunday actor, 55, wrote a furious message on Instagram that said, "They killed this dude called Jesus... what do you think they'll do to you???!" and included the hashtags #fakefriends and #fakelove.
Aniston's account appeared to "like" the statements, which were afterward labelled anti-Semitic by several critics.
"Actor Jamie Foxx posts horrifically antisemitic message to his 16.7 million followers," wrote the A Wide Frame account, which spotted the offensive post.
The Morning Show host, 54, got caught up in the scandal and swiftly criticised it in her Instagram Stories, stating, "This really makes me sick."
The Emmy-winning actress instantly denied any involvement with Foxx's contentious post.
"I did not 'like' this post on purpose or by accident," stated Aniston, whose name appears on dozens of social media fan accounts.