Former briefcase models rip Meghan Markle’s ‘Deal or No Deal’ claims of being ‘objectified’: ‘No bra station’
Meghan Markle She receives criticism for her claims of being “objective” during her time as a model on Deal or No Deal.
In addition to the media reaction, the previous models of Popular game show The Duchess of Sussex has criticized for saying they are treated like ‘bimbos’ at work.
“It was a pity that she felt that way because I’ve never felt that way.” Previous “Agree or not” Model Patricia Cara took notice, according to the Inside Edition.
Markle thought about her job as a model on the ‘Originals’ podcast with guest guest Paris Hilton.
Markle claimed, “I ended up finishing the show…I was so much more than what was being intercepted on stage. I didn’t like feeling compelled to be all looks and so little substance.”
Although Markle has spoken publicly about her “Deal or No Deal” experience, former co-star Cara said she has no recollection of feeling this way while at work.
The Duchess of Sussex has continued to reveal in her podcast that there are various beauty stations to prepare for the game show – including a section where you can add ‘padding in your bra’.
According to the media, Cara disputed that “there was no bra station”.
Another former “Deal or No Deal” model sided with Cara and expressed that she was never “treated like a bimbo.”
“During my time on the show, neither I nor anyone else I’ve worked with has been treated as such, in my opinion. However, it’s important to note that everyone has their own experience, and I can only speak from my own experience,” Donna Feldman says Hollywood Live.
“Everyone knows what you have in common when you are hired as a ‘beautiful bag.'” Feldman noted that hiring based on your appearance comes with the territory.
Earlier this week, “The View” host Whoopi Goldberg praised Markle’s “Deal or No Deal” allegations.
“This is TV, baby. But what did you think you were going for? You know that was what the show was.”
A representative for Meghan Markle did not immediately respond to a request for comment by Fox News Digital.