‘Oystergate’ model Ruby Tuesday Matthews lashes out at fans who questioned her weight

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An Australian model who was blamed for holding up a Jetstar flight to eat oysters has lashed out at fans who criticised her weight.

Byron Bay influencer Ruby Tuesday Matthews made headlines last month after causing delays to a domestic flight.

The mother-of-two posted an angry rant to Instagram on Saturday morning after waking up to hundreds of concerned comments about her figure.

She had shared a photo the night before where her chest bones were visibly protruding in a black and white mini dress. 

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Australian model Ruby Tuesday Matthews (pictured) who held up a Jetstar flight to eat oysters has lashed out at fans who criticised her weight in this photo

Australian model Ruby Tuesday Matthews (pictured) who held up a Jetstar flight to eat oysters has lashed out at fans who criticised her weight in this photo

‘Okay I’m officially over it. Firstly I’d like to clarify that I do not have an eating disorder of any type,’ she wrote.

‘I’ve been a size six my whole life I don’t owe anyone an explanation.’

She explained she has struggled to put on weight her entire life, and has been working with a dietician to help her.

‘I have a very fast metabolism. My Botox only lasts 7 weeks that’s how fast it breaks it down,’ she said.

‘I see a dietician who is helping me try and gain weight through this process. I’ve always been honest about all my mental health struggles.’

She also revealed how having children and cosmetic surgery had impacted the way she looks.

The mother-of-two posted an angry rant to Instagram on Saturday morning (pictured) after waking up to hundreds of concerned comments about her figure

The mother-of-two posted an angry rant to Instagram on Saturday morning (pictured) after waking up to hundreds of concerned comments about her figure

‘I have an extremely bony chest due to losing all the fatty tissue when I breastfed my children and then having a breast lift which removed the fatty tissue so I actually don’t have any fatty tissue in my chest for me to gain there,’ she said. 

‘I’m going to my plastic surgeon and I’ll get him to write something up for me so you can all understand.’

She ended her rant with a message promoting body acceptance and condemning her fans for shaming her.  

‘We are all different shapes and sizes. I promote a healthy lifestyle regardless of the shape of my body. Do you see me commenting on girls who are overweight eating unhealthy food and their lifestyle?’ she said.

In a since deleted video she exposed her stomach and told followers she was still bloated from last night's meal

The mother-of-two posted an angry rant to Instagram on Saturday morning after waking up to hundreds of concerned comments about her figure

In a since deleted video she exposed her stomach and told followers she was still bloated from last night's meal (pictured)

In a since deleted video she exposed her stomach and told followers she was still bloated from last night’s meal (pictured)

‘No. So f*** off. 

In a since deleted video she exposed her stomach and told followers she was still bloated the previous night’s meal.  

In January 2019, the Byron Bay model sparked controversy when she admitted to relying on a combination of cigarettes, black coffee and cocaine to maintain her 54kg frame prior to giving birth.

The then 25-year-old also claimed drug use was rife in the glamorous social media industry, revealing that most influencers take cocaine to stay thin.

‘I need to be careful what I’m saying here, but in the influencer industry, everyone loves the baggie,’ she wrote.

In January 2019, the Byron Bay model sparked controversy when she admitted to relying on a combination of cigarettes, black coffee and cocaine to maintain her 54kg frame prior to giving birth

In January 2019, the Byron Bay model sparked controversy when she admitted to relying on a combination of cigarettes, black coffee and cocaine to maintain her 54kg frame prior to giving birth

‘That is how most physiques are maintained.’

She said her followers were often baffled by how she could eat so much and remain so thin. The answer, of course, was drugs.

‘A lot of people never really understood how I could eat and still be so thin, but I guess it’s pretty easy to hide an addiction,’ Ruby said.

‘People don’t realise how easy it is to hide something. Whether it’s addiction, depression, anxiety, it’s easy to hide those things.’

The mother of two gave up cocaine three days after snorting the white powder at a party, when she learned she was pregnant for the first time.

She admitted she immediately became concerned her big night out might have hurt her unborn baby in some way.

‘I was so thin and I was partying a lot and no one thought I would be able to fall pregnant,’ she said.  

Ms Matthews works as a model and influencer while raising her two sons Rocket and Mars (pictured together)

Ms Matthews works as a model and influencer while raising her two sons Rocket and Mars (pictured together)

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