A loving mother has spoken out and revealed her kids are getting bullied because of the way she looks.
32-year-old Cindy Moore from Salford, England, is a mother-of-two and a plastic surgery enthusiast who decided to undergo a major transformation after finding out that her fiancé was cheating on her.
Since she had exposed her boyfriend’s affair, Cindy lost more than 70 pounds and spent as much as $15,000 on body transformations including breast enlargement, hair extensions, and lip fillers.
Obsessed with achieving the perfect doll-like look, the young lady doesn’t let haters stand in her way. However, she decided to say enough is enough after her own children started getting bullied at their school because of “jealous” mothers who despise Cindy without really knowing her.
As the mom insists, fellow parents told their kids not to play with her children, Max and Lacey. They allegedly also look at her inappropriately and make rude comments about her looks behind her back.
“Since I lost the weight, I get dirty looks everyday when I’m picking my kids up, and I’ve just had enough,” the mom said in an interview with Metro.co.uk.
“Apparently after the six-week holiday, my daughter said loads of her friends’ mums told them not to talk to her because of me.
“I think my press appearances have made them get very jealous and the kids at school are telling my children they think I’m pretty and cool and saying I’m a celeb but that their mums can’t stand me, which is quite a sad thing considering they don’t know me.”
According to the upset mum, only a few other mothers greet her when they see her at the school, whereas others allegedly pull faces or stare at her.
“I’ve been called Pete Burns, tart, slag, ugly, fake, one of the mums even called me n***a, which I thought was disgusting, others threatened to beat me up or said things like ‘why don’t you cover your tits.’ I feel like I’ve been lynched,” she added.
Though other people may have a problem with her, Cindy refuses to let hate dictate her life and aims to raise her children not to judge others based on their appearance.
“I teach my children that appearances can be deceiving. And you should never judge a book by its cover or bully someone because they are different or their opinions are different. That’s called bullying,” she concluded.
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