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Models who are “too beautiful” to find love unite to whine

Sometimes when you’re so hot you just burn yourself.

A growing number of models and social media influencers claim they are being penalized for being “too beautiful,” resulting in them being repeatedly rejected by dating apps amid accusations of catfishing and “intimidating dates.” .

While most people want to look their best, this pack of beauties claims they do keep them by lander lovers.

Tahlia Paris, a 24-year-old Playboy model, claims Bumble has removed her profile – despite her protestations that her photos don’t violate the guidelines.

“I wasn’t even on the app for a few hours because pictures I tried to post on my profile got removed even though they were regular photos,” said the California-based model-turned-DJ. to Jam Press.

She claims the app removed her pictures because they were “too beautiful.”

“It happened 3 or 4 times with different pictures and Bumble only allowed one of my pictures to stay on top, which really hurt my chances in the dating app world,” she said.

Thalia Paris
Paris said she was hopeful of finding love – until removed by Bumble.
JamPress/@tahliaparis

After living single for four years, she took to the popular platform hoping to find the one, but was surprised when the app’s moderators removed her photos.

“The photos I posted were very simple. One was a selfie of mine, one was a photo a friend took of me on the beach,” she said. “I tried to keep it very PG and not modely at all. I didn’t want guys to stop at my profile because I’m a professional model, but because I was just another average girl looking for dates.”

But Paris isn’t the only online beauty reportedly banned from the apps.

Alaw Haff, from Mold, Wales, says she makes more than $57,000 a year from OnlyFans – but despite her seemingly people-friendly looks, she’s regularly prodded by dating apps.

Alaw Haf
Haff has reportedly been booted from all mainstream dating apps.
JamPress/@alawpx

“I just have to keep reminding myself that I can’t do anything about it and it’s out of my control.”

OnlyFans model Luna Benna accused of catfishing

Tinder, Bumble and Hinge have banned Haff from the platforms because her photos look fake, she claimed. The Post has reached out to the apps for comment.

“I was having issues with a couple of my images, so I just replaced them with different ones,” Haff told Jam Press.

She said she was first booted from Tinder in September 2020, then again in December 2021 after regaining her account. She was also removed from Bumble in 2020 and from Hinge in March 2021.

“I would never post anything offensive, but it’s hard to find a picture of me wearing clothes when 90% of my pictures are lingerie or swimwear because of my work,” she said.

Elizabeth Marie Chevalier
Chevalier’s size, personality and beauty “intimidate” men.
Jam Press/@marieechev

For other women, the dating apps are not the problem.

Elizabeth Marie Chevalier, 27-year-old Playboy and Maxim model, said her looks were too intimidating for her dates.

The San Diego-based model, who has amassed over 2.9million followers on Instagram, said the men she dates struggle to strike up a conversation.

“Dating is tough — guys are scared because I’m so beautiful,” Chevalier, who has been single for six months, told Jam Press. “I’ve been told I’m intimidating on guys because I’m tall – I’m 5ft 10 – and I’m beautiful and I have a very intense personality.”

The men who court her are usually “too cocky and self-obsessed,” she added, and they see beautiful women as “trophies.”

“I know I wear a bikini online, but it’s a job that most guys can’t see past,” she said.

Luna Benna
Benna said her photos were used to create fake profiles online.
JamPress/@luna.benna

But some women are so beautiful that their photos are used to capture other users.

OnlyFans model Luna Benna said Tinder banned her because her pictures were used to lure and trick other hopeful singles.

The 21-year-old said she first found success with the app – even on a few dates – in 2017, until it was shockingly removed.

“People stole my photos and made money from my pictures. Catfishing basically,” the Florida-based model told Jam Press. “It’s really disappointing when people create fake profiles after stealing my pictures – it’s sad for the person behind the picture and sad for the person being fished.”

Because there is a plethora of fake profiles out there, Benna gets booted from Tinder every time she tries to log back in, she claimed.

“I’ve had a lot of different looks over the years and I’ve been around the internet for ages, so they have a lot of options to work with,” she said. “I just have to keep reminding myself there’s nothing I can do about it and it’s out of my control.”

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DUSTIN JONES

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