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Universal Theme Park Stops Well Endowed Model From Entering, Told To ‘Cover Up’

A well-endowed model says she was left feeling “humiliated and embarrassed” during a trip to Universal Studios Florida, where she claims staff told her to cover up while wearing a white crop top in the theme park. 

Whitney Paige Venable, from Florida, was mortified during the exchange at the Orlando theme park and believes the request came due to people feeling “uncomfortable” about her naturally large breasts.

The 26-year-old, who has previously suffered discrimination for her curvy shape, claims that an employee informed her that she would have to cover up her cleavage if she wanted to be let into the park.

Whitney was wearing a white crop top and mint green shorts at the time of the incident, which took place in June 2021, and she claims many other women were wearing similar outfits – but few were as well-endowed as she is.

“I felt humiliated and embarrassed. I was told I had to change my top to be able to enter. I think it’s because I have naturally big breasts, and it makes people uncomfortable, but at far as I know, my clothing wasn’t against the rules,” she said.

“I feel like I was discriminated against because of the size of my breasts. I noticed other people staring, and I felt really embarrassed. It was humiliating.”

Whitney and her pal filmed themselves as they excitedly waited to go into the theme park, but moments later, the film shows them standing at the entrance being told the model’s outfit was “inappropriate.”

In the clip, she can be heard saying, “So, I guess my top is inappropriate for Universal; we’re having a problem right now.”

She goes on, “So apparently I have to go change into a more appropriate top even though I’ve seen a lot of people here in sports bra-looking tops.”

Looking back a the incident now several months later, Whitney said, “I felt like I was being targeted, and it was the summer, so it was hot; I didn’t really understand [the issue], but having naturally large breast brings attention.”

She told a local newspaper, “I ended up putting on another top over the sports bra; my friend had another top in the car. But I ended up taking it off later on in the park because it was hot and ugly, and the fact I was judged really pi**ed me off. Smaller women can wear whatever they want – having big breasts, however, gets sexualized.”

This isn’t the first time the model has hit the headlines due to her looks. Last year, Whitney claims she was banned on Twitter for being “too hot,” with people reporting her saucy snaps because they are “jealous” of her beauty.