Who feels that Danielle Lloyd reinventing her image as a victim is disgraceful behaviour?
The real victims go through millions times more than her, they are the real victims not her. Remember how she put a documentary on TV showing how she was a victim of domestic violence (which is an incredibly common form of violence, nothing extraorindary). This was a clear attempt to make herself a victim. She was the worst one in the Shilpa Shetty race row, yet she tries to reinvent herself as a victim (when she was victimising somebody), got off lightly from the race row (can't believe people forget how racist she is) and suffered the least from Jo and Jade after leaving the house (still has a modelling career, etc, don't know why nuts, etc would employ a racist, maybe they are racist too, actually they might be because I never see any black or Asian people in it). Also who also feels that she has achieved her life long dream of marrying a footballer?
- VickyLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
I personally feel the way you are belittling what she went through is disgraceful behaviour!
Nothing excuses her involvement in the BB race row, but it was a long time ago and its not beyond the realm of possibility to think that she may have learnt and changed since then. Regardless, her racism or otherwise has NOTHING to do with the fact that she was a victim of domestic violence Neither does it mean that what happened to her was ok.
Just because Danielle Lloyd is a celebrity doesn't make her any less "real" than other victims, and just because domestic violence is "incredibly common" doesn't mean the victims of that sort of abuse suffer any less. To be frank, I find your attitude disgusting.
She is NOT "attempting to make herself a victim" or "reinventing herself as a victim".... the guy who beat the cr*p out of her made her a victim. If she is brave enough to talk publicly about her experience in an attempt to encourage other victinms to come forward, then good for her.
- SusieQLv 61 decade ago
Who is she??