‘Trolls mocked AA boobs so I got plastic surgery – now I earn fortune as model’

A mum was tired of trolls targeting her over her appearance.

Jessica Carter received plenty of comments about her “boy’s chest”, which left her with “very low self-esteem”.

So the 31-year-old, from Derbyshire, decided to splash out £6,500 on a boob job.

Jessica told Fabulous: "I’ve always had very low self esteem, because of years of being bullied about my appearance…

"At 5ft 11ins, I was always tall, thin and straight up and down. My boobs weren’t the main focus of why I was picked on, but I think that was part of it.

"Then I started getting trolled for having small boobs, mainly on TikTok. I’ve been told I have a ‘boy’s chest’ and asked ‘when are you going to hit puberty?’”

The social media star initially brushed off these cruel comments with humour.

But over time, they really started to get her down.

After losing her personal training job during lockdown, she decided to take action.

She signed up to adult subscription site OnlyFans to earn money and build her confidence.

Then after garnering a sizeable following on the platform, she booked in for breast augmentation surgery.

Jessica feels much more content after changing her AA boobs to DDs.

And the glamour model believes she’s doubled her earnings since going under the knife.

She now earns around £15,000 a month on OnlyFans – and refuses to let keyboard warriors hold her back.

The OnlyFans bombshell added: “I feel like a completely different person now. I feel like the best version of myself and I know that’s very cliche, but it’s true.

"I'm completely body confident now, thanks to my surgery. I feel nice in clothes, like I’m in proportion. I feel like I can wear nice sweaters and tops, because I’ve actually got some boobs.

"They’re very natural looking as well so that’s great. The scarring’s so minimal, even in underwear and bikinis. I’ve just got no insecurities about them anymore."

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