Irish model defends decision to pose for pic with Chris Brown
Published 16/06/2014 | 08:15
GLAMOUR model Tiffany Stanley has told former Miss Ireland Amanda Brunker to mind her own business, after Amanda labeled her “fame hungry“ in her column for a Sunday newspaper.
The pair met through a mutual friend at the Maxim Hot 100 party in Hollywood last Wednesday.
Chris (25) infamously beat up his then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009.
The disgraced rapper recently spent 108 days in prison and two weeks in rehab.
The photo upload prompted Amanda (40) to write that the peroxide must have gone to Tiffany’s head, as she “showed a lack of understanding of a serious issue”.
“In Tiff’s eyes, we seem to all have misunderstood Chris," she said in the Sunday World.
"I say that because the blonde bombshell also declared that the punching pop star was ‘a gentleman’ when she met him”.
She added, “Indeed, it’s yet another case of fame-hungry desire overriding all sensible thought.”
In reaction, former Miss Kildare Tiffany (26) told the Irish Mirror, “I really could not care less about begrudging writers who need to fill a few column inches with unkindness.”
“I am spiritual, I believe in kindness and forgiveness and I try not to judge others,” she said.
It was not only Amanda who saw red over the photo; fans of Chris’s on-off-again girlfriend Karrueche Tran slated Tiffany for being delusional and a “wannabe s****”.
The LA-based model was supported by Polish-American reality tv star Joanna Krupa who re-shared a press-clipping of Tiffany to her quarter of a million followers