A model and influencer she used to her slender figure of the existing on black coffee, cigarettes, and cocaine.
Model Ruby Tuesday Matthews has shocked fans by publicly revealing she followed a strict diet of cigarettes, black coffee and cocaine to stay thin.
The social media model of the beach of Byron Bay in Australia made the surprise admission in a fan question-and-answer session on social media yesterday as one of its 193,000 Instagram followers asked how she maintained her 120-pound frame, explain to her lifestyle of “tapas and cocaine.”
“I did a lot of cocaine, as much, so basically I just smoked cigarettes, had [black coffee] and did coke.”
She went on to say that many people never really understood how they can eat and still be so thin.
“People don’t realize how easy it is to hide something. Whether it is an addiction, depression, anxiety, it’s easy to hide things.”
The 25-year-old then dished the dirt on the whole, glamorous influencer industry, that they are not the only “influencer” that follows the same diet.
“I have to be careful what I’m saying here, but in the influencer industry, everyone loves the bag,” she told the fans.
“That is how most of the physique to be maintained … that is how my physique is maintained.”
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As part of the fair discussion, Matthews, who is a mother-of-two, said she gave up cocaine three days before she discovered that she was pregnant.
“I didn’t know I was pregnant. I was with a friend and we were at a party and I felt really sick and went home. I had the worst hangover the next day, and I never used to get them.”
After a pregnancy test, it turned out, she was directly involved her big night would have hurt her unborn baby in a certain way, but she said that the doctors reassured her everything was fine.
“I didn’t know I was pregnant, I was really thin and partying a lot and nobody thought I might be pregnant,” she told her followers.
She is currently weighs 143 pounds, and while they said that they honestly don’t care, because it is “just a number” she also shared her hope to lose some weight in an attempt to feel healthier on the inside.
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Matthews also discussed a miscarriage she suffered when she was just 16 years old, resulting in a battle with depression and a suicide attempt.
“It was probably one of the hardest moments in my entire life,” she explained.
“To have two people so relieved loss of a baby was really hurtful.”
“My mom and dad did not know what to do with me.”
If a depression threatened to derail the teen life, suicide, her parents decided to put her on a plane to Cambodia.
“I lived and worked there for a while, that changed my life.”
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The social media influencer was hoping to talk about her past trauma would lead others in a similar struggle.
“I have battled with mental health demons on and off for most of my life. It is a topic that I’m going to talk about a lot more this year,” she said.