Being sexy isn’t a crime — but you may end up the victim of “hot phobia.”
A UK mom has claimed she’s ignored and ridiculed at the school gate because she’s too beautiful — and the other parents can’t handle it.
Sabine Roll-Cohen, 40, often wears skimpy outfits to pick up her son from school but said as a result of her sexy ensembles, the other parents give her the cold shoulder — for baring hers.
“I like to wear small shorts, or a low dress, or a tiny crop top. I like to feel sexy,” personal shopper and model Roll-Cohen told The Sun.
“Every woman should look after themselves. I don’t go out much anymore, so the school run is my reason to get dressed, so why not wear a nice outfit?” she said. “The other moms don’t talk to me when I look nice — they just turn their noses up.”
The North London-based mom claimed the other mothers will only talk to her if she dresses in “jogging bottoms,” which she thinks is “strange,” adding that she has even been snubbed at a child’s birthday before for an outfit.
“I was at this party with my 6-year-old son, but I only knew one other mom there,” she explained. “I was wearing a little floral crop top and some skinny jeans which showed off my perky bum.
“I thought I looked great,” she continued. “But every single mum at the party, apart from my friend, ignored me.”
Roll-Cohen, who claimed most of the moms in her area “don’t tend to be sexy,” said her friend told her she was being ignored due to her tiny outfit.
“The girls in my son’s class always compliment my outfits, they think I look great. Sadly their moms don’t feel the same but what can I do?” she told the Sun. “I’m not going to change who I am to please them.”
One person who appreciates her barely-there style is her husband of seven years, Betouk.
“My husband loves that I care about the way I look,” she gushed. “He thinks I’m gorgeous and like to look nice for him. He wouldn’t change me for the world, so I’m not going to worry what anyone else thinks of me.”
Roll-Cohen puts people’s frosty treatment of her down to envy.
“I think they must be jealous, as I do have a good body. I’m size 8, 5-foot-7, I don’t go to the gym and I don’t have to watch what I eat,” the model declared.
“A lot of these ladies are bigger and less sexy after having children and I think it annoys them that I look so good,” she continued. “If jealousy is an illness, I hope they all get better soon.”
Roll-Cohen is far from the only person who has proclaimed to be a victim of “hot phobia.”
An OnlyFans star was reportedly kicked out of the supermarket for her skimpy outfit in April, but she believes she’s a victim of “hot phobia.”
“Do you believe it? I think it’s absurd that we women are still treated this way just because we dress how we want,” she declared in an Instagram post. “Truth is, we go through it because we’re too hot, that’s all.”