Imogen Thomas reveals her 'binge-eat torment' after Ryan Giggs scandal

   Apr 23, 1:11 pm

London, Apr 23 (ANI): Imogen Thomas, the beauty in the Ryan Giggs injunction scandal, has revealed how the stress left her struggling with her weight.

The 29-year-old former 'Big Brother' star started binge eating and shot up two dress sizes after the incident.

"It was not to do with being hungry. I was just eating because I wanted to feel better. I had bad days when I could eat four bags of crisps," the Sun quoted her as saying.

"I'd look at photos and go, 'Oh my God, look how huge I am. I have to go to the gym'," she said.

The 38-year-old Manchester United ace took out an injunction to prevent him being named over his affair with the former Miss Wales.

But the father of two was exposed on websites and dropped his bid to remain anonymous.

The model, who now dates City trader Adam Horsley, is a size 10 again. (ANI)

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