Victoria's Secret model Bridget Malcolm slams 'fat and skinny shamers'... after being trolled online for her slender frame
She's a Victoria's Secret model and one of Australia's most beautiful women.
But even Bridget Malcolm has been targeted by 'body shamers', with the 24-year-old being accused of having an eating disorder last year by online trolls.
And in an interview with Stellar magazine on Sunday, the blonde vegan spoke candidly about the experience.
'It’s such a superfluous thing to do to someone': Bridget Malcolm has slammed online 'body shamers' after online trolls accused her last year of having an eating disorder
'Whether it’s fat or skinny-shaming, it’s such a superfluous thing to do to someone,' said the Seafolly model.
When it comes to people's size and weight, Bridget added: 'It’s so irrelevant to who they are as a person.'
She made headlines last year after responding to social media trolls who claimed she had an eating disorder.
'It’s so irrelevant to who they are as a person': The 24-year-old Victoria's Secret model spoke candidly about the experience in an interview with Stellar magazine on Sunday
'I am extremely fit and healthy and am not in the slightest way anorexic,' Bridget said last year
'Can we STOP with the skinny shaming please?' she wrote at the time.
'I am extremely fit and healthy and am not in the slightest way anorexic.'
She explained: 'I have worked hard to look like this and am proud of my body.
'I have worked hard to look like this and am proud of my body,' wrote the model last year
'I may not be the curviest but I am a woman who has every right to look the way I do.
'Maybe today take a look inside yourself and wonder why you feel the need to shame strangers over the Internet about their bodies. Peace and love to you all - let's change the conversation.'
Bridget previously spoke to Daily Mail Australia about trolls, saying: 'I know that those people are hurting inside and I hope that they find some happiness really.'
' I know that those people are hurting inside and I hope that they find some happiness really': Bridget previously spoke to Daily Mail Australia about her experience with online trolls
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