No matter how badly a mother wants her daughter to succeed, she has every reason to be freaked out when she sees that her daughter’s contemporaries consider “lunch” to be dipping a cotton ball in OJ and eating it.
Model Sessilee Lopez‘s mother, Janice Celeste, has just self-published a guidebook for parents with daughters in the modeling industry called "Making a Supermodel."
So, what horrifying tidbits does Sessilee’s mom have to scare share with other parents?
Models often sleep 12 to a room, steal each other’s personal possessions, and sometimes have agency-approved “chaperones” who are not much older than the models themselves.
This book, plus Crystal Renn’s eating disorder memoir "Hungry", could probably dissuade any parent from letting their daughter model — or make them more cautious.
Which, let’s be honest, would be a good thing.