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Love Island star Megan Barton Hanson not ashamed by nude video leak

The reality star has opened up about her life as a stripper in a candid new interview


Love Island star Megan Barton Hanson isn’t ashamed by the nude video of her that was leaked on PornHub.

The blonde beauty made it to the final of Love Island 2018 with her boyfriend Wes Nelson, but after she left the villa – she found out that a webcam video of herself had been released online.

Speaking to Grazia, Megan said, “I’m going to try and get it taken down. But I think once people have seen it, they’ve seen it and we’ve all got a vibrator… [laughs] Let a girl live!”


The 24-year-old also opened up about her previous occupation as a stripper.

She confessed, “I did it for a year – I got in, I got out, I earned my money, I didn’t hurt anyone, I don’t see why it’s so negative. Men enjoyed it, I enjoyed it, couples came in… everyone is happy!”

In her candid interview, Megan also defended her decision to have £25k of cosmetic surgery – including two boob jobs, a nose job, veneers, lip fillers and an operation to pin her ears back.

“I worked so hard to get all the money and I feel like I can spend it any way I want. If it makes me feel better I don’t know why that’s seen as a negative thing?” she said.

“I was still beautiful in my own way back then. I’ve just changed a few things. I was comfortable then and I’m comfortable now.”

During her time in the villa, Megan was largely criticised for her endeavours with Eyal Booker and Alex Miller, before she eventually settled with 20-year-old Wes.

Speaking about the reaction to her behaviour, Megan said, “Look at Adam, how many girls did he go through? It’s sexist.”

“They’re painting me out to be the biggest player, but it’s a dating show and I tested the water. Even with the fact that I had sex in the villa, I’m open about that.

“Women enjoy sex just as much as men. Like, why can’t we say it? We should empower each other. It’s 2018, and women are still getting stick for acting like men, I don’t see why we’re not equal,” she added.