A GROUP of stunning models have revealed their struggles to date.
One woman says she was kicked out of Bumble because the app thought she was a catfish, while another says men are intimidated by her beauty.
When it comes to a first date, most people try to look their best.
But for these women who work as models, they say that their stunning style actually holds them back when it comes to love.
From the Bumble-rejected model to the woman struggling to find love because she says she “intimidates dates,” these ladies are struggling to find a partner.
REJECTED BY BUMBLE
Playboy model Tahlia Paris, 24, from Los Angeles, California, says her photos were removed from Bumble despite not violating any guidelines – and she believes it’s because she’s “too beautiful”.
She’s been single for four years and was hoping that using an app would help her find the one, but she was shocked when her photos were removed by the app’s moderators.
Tahlia said, “I wasn’t even on the app for a few hours because pictures I tried to post on my profile were removed even though they were regular photos.”
“It happened 3 or 4 times with different pictures and Bumble only allowed one of my pictures to stay on top, which really hurt my chances in the dating app world.
“The photos I posted were very simple. One was a selfie of mine, one was a photo a friend took of me on the beach.
“I tried to keep it very PG and not modely at all. I didn’t want guys to stop at my profile because I’m a professional model, but because I was just another average girl looking for dates.”
MY APPEARANCE INTIMATE DATA
Elizabeth Marie Chevalier, 27, from San Diego, California, has over 2.9 million Instagram followers but finds her looks too intimidating for potential partners.
The Maxim and Playboy model has been single for six months and says even when she gets a date it usually doesn’t go well as men have trouble speaking to her.
She said: “Dating is hard – guys are scared because I’m so beautiful.
“I’ve been told I’m intimidating to guys because I’m tall – I’m 5ft 10 – and I’m beautiful and I have a very intense personality.
“The men that approach me are usually too cocky and self-obsessed, they clearly cater to every pretty girl in the room,” she said. “They see us as trophies.
“I know I wear a bikini online, but it’s a job most guys can’t overlook.”
Alaw Haff, 24, from Mold, Wales, makes £44,000 a year from OnlyFans but says she was kicked off dating apps because people don’t believe her pictures are real.
She claims she’s been blocked from using three apps so far – Tinder, Bumble and Hinge.
Alaw claims she was first banned from Tinder in September 2020 and again in December 2021 after getting her account back.
She was also allegedly booted by Hinge in March 2021 and claims to have been dumped by Bumble in 2020.
Alaw said: “I was having trouble with a couple of my paintings so I just replaced them with different ones.
“I would never post anything offensive, but it’s hard to find a picture of me in clothes when 90 percent of my pictures are in lingerie or swimwear because of my work.”
SO HOT MY PICTURES HAVE BEEN USED FOR CATFISH
OnlyFans model Luna Benna, 21, who now lives in Florida, says her pics were so appealing that she was banned from Tinder for continuing to use the pics for catfish people.
She first signed up in 2017 and even went on a few dates but was shocked when her account was removed.
Luna said: “People stole my photos and made money from my pictures. Catfishing basically.
“It’s really disappointing when people create fake profiles after stealing my pictures – it’s sad for the person behind the picture and sad for the person being fished.
“There are so many fake profiles out there, whenever I open a legitimate account I get reported and Tinder shuts me down.”
She says she’s had many different looks over the years and many of the images circulate around the internet, giving plenty of options to predators trying to trick others.
Luna added: “There’s even a fake Facebook of mine somewhere that someone made, it currently has thousands of followers.
“I just have to keep reminding myself there’s nothing I can do about it and it’s out of my control.”
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