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Miss Great Britain 2006 Danielle Lloyd

January 14, 2012 by staff 

Miss Great Britain 2006 Danielle LloydMiss Great Britain 2006 Danielle Lloyd, Danielle Lloyd (born 16 December 1983) is an English glamour model. The former Miss England 2004 and Miss Great Britain 2006, she first rose to prominence when she was stripped of her Miss Great Britain 2006 title after posing for nde pictures featured in the December 2006 edition of Pl**yboy magazine and her alleged affair with one of the pageant’s judges, her then-boyfriend, footballer Teddy Sheringham. Her title was reinstated in 2010.

As a participant in the 2007 series of Celebrity Big Brother, Lloyd, along with others, were accused of using bullying tactics and making racist comments directed against the Indian actress Shilpa Shetty. She won the celebrity edition of The Weakest Link in 2008 and Total Wipeout in 2010.

Lloyd was born in Liverpool, England, the daughter of Jackie and Arthur Lloyd, a bank manager and engineer respectively. At the age of three months, Lloyd contracted whooping cough, resulting in damage to her lungs, this led to her developing asthma.. Lloyd claims she was bullied in school; however, Chris Yates, the headmaster of one of Lloyd’s old schools, St Hilda’s, said, “There’s no recollection of her ever being persecuted, she is lying and no teacher can ever recall any incidents where Danielle was bullied. In fact I’ve been led to believe by her former friends that the opposite is true.” She entered competitions in and around Liverpool. Upon finishing school , she decided against continuing a career in chemistry and biology to pursue a dual career in modelling and as a beautician specializing in massage. She is a qualified nail technician.

Just as she was beginning her modelling career, Lloyd was attacked by her boyfriend at the time. She was dragged from her moving car after an argument with him, suffering abrasions and severe bruising to her body and losing most of her hair. Lloyd later said of the attack: “Deep down you can’t forget what’s happened no matter how much counselling you have. You blame yourself and tell yourself you deserve it – I was given help when I most needed it and I want to be able to help others now. Too many women (1 in 4) suffer domestic violence at some time and support centres such as Women’s Aid aren’t able to answer all of the calls due to being under resourced. I’ll always do all that I can to help raise awareness and help people. Being in a violent relationship, you are constantly living in fear – and that’s no way for anyone to live their life.”

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