posted on May 2nd, 2012 by Dustin at 11:08 am (EST) with 11 Comments
All it takes is one look at 44-year-old Patricia Krentcil to notice that she has serious issues. Krentcil, a Caucasian woman by birth, is so addicted to tanning that she makes Wesley Snipes look albino.
No beauty without pain.
To compliment her brown leather skin, Krentcil generously applies a thick border of dark lip liner around her mouth, further enhancing the WTFness of her appearance. Her skin is so radiated and destroyed from ultraviolet rays that her vagina looks like my actual brown leather wallet.
I’d post a photo of my wallet, but it’s NSFW.
Krentcil’s tanning addiction is by all means her choice, but she was recently arrested after allegedly introducing her 5-year-old daughter to the world of skin cancer.
Police were notified by her daughter’s school administrators last month when the little girl showed up to school sporting some sexy sun burns. Krentcil was charged with child endangerment shortly after.
Krentcil strongly denies the charges against her, claiming that her daughter got sunburned by playing outside. However, when a school nurse asked the little girl how she got burned, she replied innocently, “I go tanning with mommy.” — Ratted out by her own kid!
The tanning salon in question was not charged with a crime because they had no knowledge of Krentcil’s actions, but in New Jersey, it’s illegal for children under fourteen to use a tanning bed.
Krentcil was released on $25,000 bail and her daughter is now in the father’s custody. Krentcil has four other children and it’s unknown if she’s ever forced them to fake n’ bake with her too.
If the charges against Krentcil are valid, she should be forced to have her skin bleached as pale as her daughter’s — a fair-skinned little ginger. Of all people to force-tan… a ginger.
I still love you mommy, even though you hurt me.
It disgusts me that a mother would go to such an extreme to alter her baby’s appearance. Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’ve gotta get back to this episode of Toddlers & Tiaras.
Source: NJ.com news