Not So Plus-Sized Anymore! Super Skinny Crystal Renn Strips Down For Sports Illustrated

By Radar Staff

Formerly fitting into a size 16, Crystal Renn is clearly not modeling plus sizes anymore!

The supermodel, who battled anorexia in her younger years and became a successful plus-sized model and eating disorder activist, is featured in the 2012 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition revealing her shockingly fat-free figure in a variety of skimpy swimsuits ­ and has a video of the 25-year-old stripped down and showing off her weight loss.

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Renn, who even penned a book about her eating disorder called Hungry: A Young Model’s Story of Appetite, Ambition and the Ultimate Embrace of Curves, has been losing weight rapidly in the past few years, which hasn’t gone over well in the plus size community.

“Everyone rallied around her and now she’s turned against us,” PLUS Model Magazine Editor-in-Chief Madeline Jones told in an exclusive interview. “We have been betrayed by her.”

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An eating disorder expert recently told, that Renn may have fallen back into bad habits.

“It is common for people with eating disorders to have periods of relapse. This can be caused by numerous factors but most common are emotional issues,” psychotherapist Jessica Aronson, who has not worked with the model, told in an exclusive interview.


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