I’m so good-looking it’s dangerous, trolls constantly come for me but I know they’re just jealous of my body | The Sun

A MODEL has claimed her good looks and body are 'too dangerous' for the internet after trolls slammed her 'naturally perfect' looks.

Veronika Rajek, 26, said her perfect figure creates jealousy and results in body shaming.

She said: “My body is considered a danger on social media, and I am constantly being cancelled by trolls for doing absolutely nothing but sharing photos of my body.”

Veronika has worked as a model since the age of 14 revealed NudePR.com.

She claimed that while body positivity content is all over social media, it doesn't extend to her.

“These days, you see a lot of overweight or even obese women online, talking about body positivity, but when a beautiful, tall woman wants to be positive in her own skin, people want to attack me and call me privileged,” she added.


My manager wrote me up for dressing inappropriately, she said I’ll get harassed

People say I go from a 5 to a 10 when I wear a bikini

The 6ft model claims her body is 'too beautiful' and makes people feel threatened.

Veronika has even had to prove her looks aren't fake and spent more than $80 for a breast exam to show her followers that her 36D cups are au-natural.

Even though Veronika has two million fans on Instagram – trolls still make nasty comments.

She added: "They are just jealous of my naturally fit body.

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“Some people are even reporting my Instagram account because they are offended by my slim look, and I’m losing out on money and work because of it.”

The model insists she doesn't show anything x-rated on social media and posts images of herself to promote body positivity.

“I don’t understand why my version of body positivity is wrong,” she continued, “I’m a model; aren’t models supposed to be sexy?”

She added: “If you’re too beautiful, your body is seen as a threat to society.”

But in reality, the Slovakian model has come from a poorer country and had to work hard to get to where she is today.

According to Veronica being bullied for her good looks is not new to her.

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As a child, she was often called cruel names, like a “desk” and “giraffe,” due to her height and flat chest.

Veronica said: “I think that people want to punish me for my success, but everything about me is natural.”

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