Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Bullied & Pushed Around by Agents

British model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has commented that as a young model she often felt slightly bullied by her agents, and says that they very rarely listened to her, even when she told them she really needed time off - she even says her agents wouldn't listen if she told them she wasn't comfortable with something:
''It was hard. You can get a bit bullied. You're a child surrounded by adults and you don't have a voice. You get pushed around by agents; your needs don't matter. You say that you need a day off, or that you don't feel comfortable doing such-and-such, and people just don't listen.''
Now that Rosie has succeeded as a model, she feels that she is now treated as an equal and doesn't feel that way any more. She even feels as though she is now part of a family and is so happy to be a part of the industry:
''The last couple of years, things have been different. I have earned my right to be heard. All I ever wanted to do was to be part of the industry, to collaborate with people and have a voice. I love fashion, I love what I do and I have an opinion ... They treat me like I'm part of the family, not just some clothes hanger.'' 

Share this:

Post a Comment

Let us know what you think...

Copyright © The Front Row View. Designed by OddThemes