Kylie Bisutti: ‘Jesus Made Me Quit Victoria’s Secret’

The Superficial | February 9, 2012 - 10:02 am

In 2009, a then-19-year-old Kylie Bisutti beat out over 10,000 applicants to become the newest Victoria’s Secret model, yet after two years of raking in money she won’t return, she’s now decided it clashes with her Christian faith and marriage. Which I suppose would make sense if she was a recent convert and/or just got married, except surprise, she was already both when she took the job. RadarOnline reports:

“But the more I was modeling lingerie, and lingerie isn’t clothing, I just started becoming more uncomfortable with it because of my faith.” Kylie, who was already married when she won the modeling competition at the age of 19, explains. Going on to say that it made her uncomfortable getting nearly naked, not only because she wasn’t setting a good example for other Christians, but because her hot body should be for her husband’s eyes only!
“My body should only be for my husband and it’s just a sacred thing,” she explained.

Kylie now plans on being a positive role model for young girls who ironically would have no idea who she was had she not half-nakedly modeled lingerie for two years for one of the most prominent fashion brands on the planet. Then again, everyone knows Jesus loves mental gymnastics. Just loves the shit:

“I didn’t really want to be that kind of role model for younger girls because I had a lot of younger Christian girls that were looking up to me and then thinking that it was okay for them to walk around and show their bodies in lingerie to guys. My goal is just to be a better role model for the youth, I just want them to see me as somebody that they can look up to and somebody that’s going to be dressing appropriately and I’m not going to get into things that I wouldn’t want them to be getting into.”

All jokes aside, it’s pretty obvious what happened here if you read between the lines: Kylie Bisutti wouldn’t blow Michael Bay on top of a Ferrari, so he tossed her out of a helicopter into the Sahara and made her walk home. I’ve seen it a hundred times…

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