‘Life is hard being beautiful – people say I’m so hot I’m a catfish’

It'd be easy to think that having the 'perfect' figure and the face of an angel would make for an easier ride in life, but according to Veronika Rajek, being extremely good looking is more of a hindrance in life than a help.

The 25 year old Instagram model says that because of her beauty, people think she's a catfish. And She's now hitting back at trolls – insisting life is “harder for beautiful people”.

Veronika claims that her Instagram profile constantly gets deleted as followers report her for being fake, because she's "too pretty" to exist.

Others allegedly bully the former Miss Slovakia 2016 finalist for having had plastic surgery, which she insists isn't true.

"People don’t even believe I exist," Veronika told OK!. "It’s pretty discriminatory that other women can do the same thing as me and I can’t, and I just get deleted because of my looks.

"I call myself an alien as people don’t believe I’m real. They think I’m an AI robot or a catfish online. People say beautiful people have it easy but I have it worse as people make it harder for me because I’m beautiful."

The model, who is based in Vienna, Austria, travels the world making content for her Instagram – and claims people are "always surprised" when they meet her for the first time.

The former Miss Slovakia 2016 finalist claims she receives hundreds of messages from women body shaming her on a regular basis and that many claim she uses filters to advance her looks.

Veronika, who has 1.1 million followers on Instagram, said: "I get messages from men who don't think I'm real but the worst messages on my Instagram are from women asking me why I’m pretending and asking for proof.

"I don’t make any adjustments, shaping or filters – I use a skin smoothing tool but I think that’s normal. Skinny girls are body shaming plus-sized models but I’m being body shamed too as they don't think I’m natural.

"I get more abuse from women as they are jealous and they think I want their boyfriend. Only women can hurt other women so strongly. I don't think I’m perfect but I’m natural in real life, but people are scared of me and don't want to talk to me."

To end the rumours of plastic surgery and claims she's a catfish or robot, Veronika has now resorted to desperate measures – getting a scan of her breasts to prove people wrong.

The model, who is a 36D cup in most lingerie brands, paid £75 for a breast examination while in Dubai in October, which included a quick scan.

She said: "I was forced to do this check-up to get people to believe me. People question the naturality of my breasts so I went to a doctor to get a breast examination and proof that they’re real, with no enhancements, objects or scars.

"My doctor was really surprised as she thought I’d had surgery too and said I had the most beautiful natural breasts.

"I worked out so much at teenage years that I developed muscles which make my breasts a nice shape. I’m not trying to be sexual, I just have big boobs. God gave me these gifts and I want people to believe me."

Veronika, who has been modelling since she was 14, also suffered horrible comments wheh she was younger too. In school, she was often called a "desk" or "giraffe" for being flat-chested.

She said: "I didn't have boobs until I was 17 or 18 and people told me I was like a desk. They were always making jokes that I was a giraffe with no breasts."

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Veronika takes good care of her body – the model doesn’t drink or party, and works out five times a week, sharing fitness routines and saucy snaps on Instagram.

But her beauty has also come at a price. She added: "‘I don’t have many friends but I feel good.

"If you feel beautiful the way you are, then you are beautiful. If you feel confident in your body and you are plus-sized, then just be confident. If you have had plastic surgery, just be honest.

"If you take care of yourself, you can be beautiful too. Naturality is still here in this world."

Do you have the same problem as Veronika? If being beautiful makes your life tough we'd love to know about it. Email the reason why, and a picture, to [email protected]

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