Courtney Stodden melted down after Victoria's Secret exec Ed Razek was blasted for his controversial comments about transgender models. Sexy Stodden, 24, is outraged after Razek made it seem like transgenders weren't welcome on the VS runway. The model decided that she could best protest by taking off her clothes and posing in the nude wearing angels' wings to mock the famed underwear brand's symbol. But Razek has apologized for his comments and says transgenders will be considered as model's. Scroll down Radar's gallery for more on the scandal and Stodden's bizarre protest.
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Stodden tweeted a photo on Thursday with a photo of herself nude and makeup free while wearing angels' wings. It was her protest against Victoria's Secret marketing chief's recent comments to Vogue that he doesn't think transgender models have a place in the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show because the presentation is a "fantasy."
Stodden, who filed for divorce from husband Doug Hutchison earlier this year, begged to differ from Razek, who also told Vogue rhetorically, " Shouldn't you have transsexuals in the show? No. No, I don't think we should."
"After Edward Razek's comments about ALL women and what the brand reflects... I'd rather go naked than wear Victoria's Secret," Stodden said.
Stodden first shot to fame in 2011 by marrying The Green Mile actor Hutchison when she was 16 and he was 51. She later appeared on Celebrity Big Brother UK. The two have split up and Radar exclusively revealed she's flat broke in court docs.
Stodden's racy bikini moments have thrilled fans, and this week, the PETA spokeswoman decided to use her body against Victoria's Secret. She told transgender fans, "Ladies, wear your wings proud. We're all unique AND beautiful."
She also added the hashtags #makeupfree #victoriassecret #changeisgood #includeall #edwardrazek in her Twitter message. The social media stunner cupped her breasts and reclined face down on a rug in her sultry shots.
Razek has since issued an apology through the Victoria's Secret Twitter page, admitting his remarks were "insensitive." The VS exec noted, "To be clear, we absolutely would cast a transgender model in our show. We've had transgender models come to castings... And like many others, they didn't make it. But it was never about gender. I admire and respect their journey to embrace who they really are." Shortly after the controversy, however, Victoria's Secret CEO Jan Singer left the company.
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