After shows, a glam DJ claims that strange taxi drivers approach her and try to take her home.


After shows, a glam DJ claims that strange taxi drivers approach her and try to take her home.

Jodie Weston has confessed that taxi drivers have approached her after shows, but the former Rich Kids Go Skint star claims she has grown immune to males harassing her.

Inappropriate taxi drivers have asked to return to her house while giving her a ride home, according to a former reality TV star turned DJ.

Some drivers have texted Jodie Weston after seeing her support Idris Elba at a show last weekend, she added, because they had her number saved.

When she’s working at nightclubs, the Rich Kids Go Skint host says she’s become “numb” to males sexually harassing her.

“It’s not right, but it’s a woman’s life,” she told the Brinkwire. It is difficult to be a woman, and it is not acceptable.

“It’s terrible, and it’s even worse because you’ve grown numb to it since it happens so frequently.” I believe the world is changing, but it is not quite there.

“I’ve had taxi drivers approach me and ask if they can accompany me back to my house. They also try to text me after the appointment because they have my phone number.” Jodie, who recently performed at London’s Ministry of Sound, said she frequently accompanies male friends to gigs to prevent harassment.

“I receive a lot of inappropriate comments because of how I dress,” she explained. I don’t wear turtlenecks because I enjoy being a lady and sexy.

“I appreciate being comfortable in my own skin. I like to DJ in glitzy outfits, but I get a lot of flak for it.

“I frequently DJ with a male buddy only to give the impression that it’s a lover, even if it’s just a friend.”

“I always have at least one guy friend with me to ensure that nothing goes wrong.”

Jodie revealed two years ago that she was groped and bitten during a terrifying sex attack.

It happened on her way to one of her first gigs in Ilford, East London.

The heinous assault is only one of many challenges Jodie has faced on her long road to becoming a well-known DJ.

And the 28-year-old has had a lot of success recently, including presenting a radio show on Flex FM called The Dollhouse Show.

Despite her achievements, trolls continue to target Jodie.

“I’ve had so many trolls tell me I need to dress down to hide my lack of talent,” she remarked.

“They’re usually individuals who have.” The news is summarized by Brinkwire.


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