Charlotte McKinney Reveals That Bullying's What Caused Her To Drop Out Of High School

Kids can be mean. And while that's not breaking news, it's a little surprising to see how far they're willing to go to devastate another person—especially when young where physical and emotional differences are developed at different rates.

No kid should ever have to endure verbal or, worse, physical abuse from their peers, as it sticks with that person forever.

Unfortunately, one of those people who was a subject of bullying is supermodel Charlotte McKinney, and, in an interview with Ocean Drive, the blonde beauty said that it got so bad that she actually dropped out of high school because of it.

"Girls would yell at me and call me a slut," McKinney confessed. "I would go to parties and get beer thrown on my head — there was so much bullying. It was just so awful."

Charlotte mentioned that, due to her good looks and curvy features, other girls grew jealous and wouldn't stop heckling her.

Thankfully, because she experienced something like this firsthand, Charlotte McKinney's using her fame as a way to promote anti-bullying, which is awesome and inspiring to see given how difficult those memories had to be for her.

"That's why now I kind of use my platform to promote anti-bullying. I try to use what I went through to be a voice for it," the supermodel said.

Pretty cool, Charlotte.

And, in an ironic twist of fate, Charlotte McKinney used those good looks and curves to land as one of the biggest models on the planet—so enjoy a few more pics of her showing them off.


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