Tara Reid, Jason Biggs

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In a mea culpa that places some of the blame on "tabloid" media outlets, Jason Biggs has taken to Twitter to apologize for lambasting Tara Reid's body yet again.

The 36-year-old actor was a guest on Joan River's web show, In Bed With Joan, Tuesday where he played a game of "Live or Die." When asked to choose between saving Reid or Lindsay Lohan, Biggs designated LiLo as the lone survivor because "she's got nice boobs, she really does. Lindsay's got nice boobs."

That left his former American Pie co-star to "die" due to her not-so-flattering figure, with the actor elaborating, "Tara's body—I don't know what's going on with it. I don't think she ever knows what's going on with it."

And that's not the first time the Orange Is the New Black star has body-shamed Reid.

After referring to her as a "hot mess" during an appearance months ago on Bravo's Watch What Happens Live, Biggs was called out by the blond star on Twitter when she wrote, "it's really sad I just landed in LA and the first thing I read about you that you are calling me a hot mess. I've supported u!"

At the time, he asked her forgiveness, saying "I love u Tara, it was a joke! Didnt mean to offend, Totally kidding around! it was a game! Xoxoxo." And now he's doing it again.

Arguing that it's just "comedy," Biggs went on an atonement rant via Twitter that held "news" sites that reported the insult partially responsible.

The Sharknado star has yet to reply. Her last few Twitter posts boast some fun times at the beach, with her writing "Beautiful day at the beach in Malibu!" and sharing a bikini-clad snapshot proving her body is perfectly fine and worthy of praise.

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