"I wanted to share these photos today because, even though it’s scary, I shouldn’t have ever been made to feel low about my body or self conscious about how I look - NO ONE SHOULD!
"It’s not cool to be nasty or unkind and we have young girls and women out there who are feeling exactly the same way I did and that just sucks!
"You are beautiful no matter your size, shape, hair color even the color of your skin! If you’re comfortable in the way you look then stay like that and don’t feed into the negative comments! A lot of what we as humans now view as 'beautiful' is unachievable because photoshop doesn’t exists in real day-to-day life and you can't always be in the “perfect” lighting while holding the 'perfect' angle.
"I have stretch marks and cellulite, I have a little tummy because I love to over-indulge but this is me and I’m finally able to say, 'I’m happy with how I look', because I feel comfortable. "Please guys, I know it’s fun to pick on the 'mean girl' from a TV show but just think of the impact your words can have on others sometimes."
Unusually, one of her arch-enemies of MAFS took to the comments section to defend her.
Elizabeth Sobinoff wrote: "Jess, you look absolutely amazing. This is the thing with social media people think that they know you and that’s it’s fun to make someone be ashamed of their body. Because of how you were on a tv show? How is it acceptable to rip into someone’s appearance because they don’t like someone's actions?
"Actions and appearances are two different things. Imagine if you dared to say something about their bodies or their daughters bodies? I remember at the start of the show everyone was saying you were the pretty bubbly blonde then suddenly turning on you through commenting on your appearance? You are absolutely beautiful.
"Head high honey, you are cute, more than cute you are beautiful. Literally they going to hate because it’s easy for them. Fix that crown."
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