“I hate being skinny and looking young”: Mother shoots back when one of Australia’s largest Facebook groups turns into a war zone when she publishes “inappropriate” swimsuit photos
- Kristy (37) shared selfies against a wall while wearing cheap swimsuits
- The mother of three said she wanted to show people how to be sexy with a limited budget
- Some of the 60,000 members called the photos ‘attention-grabbing nonsense’
Fury broke into a fertile mother’s Facebook group after the maker had uploaded images of herself seductively posing on heels and cheap swimwear.
Kristy VL, 37, handed out selfies leaning against a wall with her legs on while wearing heels and a black and white checkered swimsuit for the Big W Clientele Australia group on Monday.
The tattooed mum of three from Penrith in western Sydney wrote the pictures as caption: “This bathing suit only cost $ 25 from Penrith Big W. Add a black skirt with heels and I feel like a million dollars.”
But the group, which was founded by Kristy and has more than 60,000 members, quickly turned into an online war zone.
Kristy VL, 37, shared selfies leaning against a wall with her legs out while wearing monster heels and a black and white checkered swimsuit
“If I wanted to watch porn, I’d load a porn page, this is pathetic attention in search of c ** p,” said a furious follower.
“This is meant as a Big W page, not a perv page. Maybe I should invite all of my male single friends to this page, which they might approach more often. “
Another said: ‘I used to pose like that when I was a stripper, but then I grew up. Is this a Big W page or a stripper page. ”
Other members threw the mail and said it didn’t match Big W.’s “family values.”
But some supporting commentators rushed to her defense.
The tattooed mother of three at the photos: “This swimsuit was only $ 25 from Penrith Big W. Add a black skirt with heels and I feel like a million dollars”
‘Do I miss something?’ a confused follower asked.
‘What’s wrong with the photo? Some people have to get out more. “
“They are obviously jealous of you!” another said.
“Just sit back and put everything in a row … let them do everything they want. The truth is that they are probably worried that the hubby would control you. “
Kristy said that Daily Mail Australia modeling is her dream, but she has always felt excluded because of her slender figure.
Kristy told Daily Mail Australia that modeling is her dream, but she has always felt excluded because of her slender figure
“I’ve always felt like a stranger to some ladies – I hate being skinny and looking younger than me,” she said.
She developed a ‘passion for taking stunningly fascinating photos’ and had the idea of modeling some of the bargains she found at Big W.
“I think it’s great to look sexy, it costs almost nothing,” she said.
“I received good feedback on my photos and I didn’t think the ladies would mind if I showed myself sexy in an easy way. But I was wrong.
“I don’t need their bad energy. I love expressing myself through photos. ”
The mother staying at home She developed a ‘passion for taking stunningly fascinating photos’
More than 2,000 members have left the group since the polarizing post was uploaded and Kristy has no plans to remove it.
She turned the group cover image from one of the photos.
But Kristy said the most shocking part was that the abuse came from parents.
“These same mothers would be the first to cry if their own child went through all this hatred of my character,” she said.
“I’m someone’s daughter too, but because I show strength and confidence, they try to hurt me even harder to hurt me.”
Kristy also has a member account for social media where she places her photos.
Kristy took one of the photos of the group photo and said the most shocking part was the abuse of parents