Former Victoria's Secret model Erin Heatherton spoke about the fear of being fired and losing weight
Ex-Victoria's Secret model Erin Heatherton has revealed the life-threatening working conditions at the company. An interview with her is published by People .
The fashion model, who was the "angel" of the brand from 2010 to 2013, admitted that the conflict with the leadership began when she gained a few kilograms due to age-related body changes. The girl said that in fear of being fired, she went to extreme measures in order to lose weight.
According to the publication, Heatherton turned to a nutritionist, whose name was not disclosed, who put her on phentermine, a white crystalline powder, similar in action to amphetamine, which is mainly used to suppress appetite.
In addition, every morning the model injected an ampoule of hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin - approx. Tape.ru ) into the stomach, a hormone that is produced in pregnant women. At that time, it was mistakenly believed that hCG promoted weight loss.According to the heroine of the material, participation in the brand's fashion shows led to her developing an eating disorder and other health problems. It is noted that after working at Victoria's Secret, she had to turn to a psychologist.
“I am sharing my story again because I don’t want anyone to have an eating disorder or hate their body,” the celebrity concluded in a conversation with reporters. “I hope that my words can change the way people think about their figure and appearance.”
In October, another model revealed terrible health issues after working for Victoria's Secret. Bridget Malcolm explained that industry workers are forced to adhere to strict body measurements. After being fired from Victoria's Secret, doctors diagnosed the girl with complex post-traumatic stress disorder. Only what is important to you is in the "Feed of the