Megan Barton Hanson shares messages from 'belittling' ex slut-shaming her

Megan Barton Hanson has shared messages from her ‘slut-shaming’ ex.

The Love Island alum posted screenshots from an old flame slamming her for ‘going on dates for a job’ and ‘selling your knickers for £200’.

The 26-year-old said the unnamed ex blamed her career in the sex industry for the demise of their relationship.

She shared part of the message on her Instagram Stories, which read: ‘Then you was going on dates with lads for a job, selling your knickers for £200 and the liking.’ 

The former stripper wrote: ‘So this is part of a paragraph someone I was dating used against me in the past.  

‘Slut-shaming me and blaming partly why we ended on me working in the sex industry.’



The Celebs Go Dating star went on: ‘At 20 this would have killed me. Thinking that someone I loved judged me like this. But the truth is it says more about them.

‘Don’t let anyone belittle you for using your femininity to get that dollar especially when they met you knowing your line of work!’  

The reality star added: ‘My god if you don’t rate someone for being able to sell their £5 panties for £200. I don’t want you in my life.’ 

Megan – who recently dumped her millionaire boyfriend – then asked her fans via a poll if they’ve been shamed for working in the sex industry.

‘If you’ve worked in the industry (anything from an OnlyFans account to hostessing in a bar has someone used your job against you when you breakup?! Naaaaaat cute!’ she penned.

‘Feeling like this a great topic for one of my podcast eps! Would love to have a couple on that work in the sex industry either together or separately so many questions,’ Megan added. 

The ITV star opened an Only Fans account back in March, charging subscribers £19 a month to view her photos.

She admitted to having 2,000 followers at one time, meaning she could have been earning £38,000 a month.

Megan said opening the account felt like ‘regaining control’ after she was shamed for her stripper past upon leaving Love Island.

‘I talk all the time about women owning their bodies, and in a society where you’re either made out to be frigid or getting slut shamed, why should I not take ownership of my body?’ she told The Sun’s Fabulous magazine.

‘That’s what I’ve really done with Only Fans, I’ve regained control. I won’t let people belittle me for being in the sex industry and glamour modelling world, I’ve taken it into my own hands and now have creative control.

‘It’s a great excuse for me to get glammed up and take great pictures – something to look back at when I’m 40.’

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