TOWIE'S Fran Parman has revealed she's now lost two stone since cruel trolls mocked her weight when she returned to the show.
The reality star, 29, gave an update on her body transformation in an interview on Fubar Radio last night.
She told host Stephen Leng: "I want to lose a little bit more weight. I've lost two stone now. If I'm determined and focused, and I want something, I'll get it."
Fran had relished her return to the show in which she made her name, however, it was tainted when she noticed mean comments made about pictures of her on set.
She told The Sun at the time that she'd gained three stone during the first lockdown, going from 9st to 12st.
But until the bullies criticised her, she hadn't given it a second thought.
Addressing the vile abuse she faced, she said: "I thought, 'yeah I'm going to be back with everyone. I can't wait to see everyone'.
"And then all of a sudden that picture come up and I thought, "oh god I've put on a little bit of weight
"I didn't realise how much I'd put on because I was wearing so many baggy clothes. I looked at it, thought nothing of it. Then I see that there were so many comments, nasty comments.
"I thought, 'hang on a minute, I've only put on a little bit of weight. Why is it anyone's business and why does everyone care so much?'
"So what if I've put on a bit of weight. What's the problem… It's not okay to be like that to people.
"It's such a shame that we have to go through this. We're nice people and we don't deserve it. We do not deserve it.'"
Fran vowed to get fit as she continued to film the series and has now lost two-thirds of her lockdown weight gain.
She's inspired many of her followers, and one even said Fran had saved their life by discussing being trolled.
Fran read out a letter from the person and vowed to speak up for people like them.
She said: "See what you're doing when you're being nasty trolls? There is just no need for it. For the people who are getting trolled right now – hurt people, hurt people. Everyone is facing a battle. So please think before you speak. I ain't staying silent no more. If it means saving little girls' lives.
"I'm not staying silent no more. I'm in it now."
Source: Read Full Article