An Instagram babe was left shocked after a fan sent her a video where he cut his tongue in two — he claims he did it to “prove he was in love”.
Theodora 'Teddy' Moutinho, a student from Florida, USA, shows off her enviable body to the 3 million followers on her Instagram page.
The curvy stunner has fans across the globe who praise her for her beauty and attractive figure.
The model, originally from Brazil, frequently receives messages from fans, sometimes hundreds, but was shaken when one follower sent a video showing the extreme body modification.
The fan claimed that he wanted to “prove to [her] that he was in love”.
The young woman was confused by the strange offering, but thinks it came from a good place.
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She said: “The overwhelming amount of love and support are what get me through my days.
“I love responding to comments and seeing DMs.
“But the craziest thing a fan did for me was send me a video cutting his tongue in half to ‘prove to me that he was in love’.
She added: ““Freaked me out a bit but he's okay and I guess it came from a good place but still, very strange.”
The curvaceous babe has been sent other messages, including death threats, but believes in the idea of karma — so thinks that she’ll be safe.
Teddy said: “I’ve obviously had the death threats but I'm a firm believer in the three-fold rule… whatever you wish upon someone will come straight back to you 3 times more.”
Despite the horrifying video, the Brazilian says that she loves getting comments and messages from her admirers and often returns the goodwill by commenting on their pages.
She said: “I always think that every comment is the best.
“Whether it's just an emoji or a poem someone wrote, I love all the positivity on my page.
“I truly enjoy scrolling through and stalking my followers sometimes to give them some love back.”
The gorgeous model frequently receives marriage proposals from top fans who offer to fly her to other countries.
She thinks this is sweet.
Teddy said: “I've gotten marriage proposals which I think are cute and sweet but I don't understand how someone could propose to an online figure. Very sweet though!”
Unfortunately for admiring suitors, the babe has a long-term partner who she is deeply in love with.
Teddy said that he is very supportive of her work.
The young woman started her page when she was just 14-years-old after moving to South Africa, from Brazil, for her father’s job.
On the subject, Teddy said: “I was bullied when I was younger but it made me a tough cookie!
“My dad's job also made me move around a lot. I lived in Mexico, South Africa and the US and some places were definitely challenging.
“I was in a dark place while I lived in South Africa, and it was hard, which made me turn to social media and focus on it more so everything has a positive side!”
Her page made the big time after a popular meme featured her snaps and skyrocketed her following in 2017.
The meme, which made fun of Teddy arching her back in a photo, went viral on social media.
The funny meme caused Teddy’s page to gain 9,000 followers and this caught the eye of the model’s now manager.
Teddy said: “It started when I got meme'd actually! It was a meme making fun of how I arch my back, but there was a positive outcome to it!
“It gave me exposure and then my manager found me at 9K followers and we have been building my profile ever since!”
Unlike many other Instagram beauties, Teddy doesn’t make any money from her page, but uses it as a platform to connect with fans.
She commented: “I think my profile is different because since I don't do it for the money and I don't make a living off of it, I can make it however I want.
“I don't have to keep contracts with brands for ads which makes taking the content more fun!
“I enjoy posting teasing and provocative content but I like being a goofball on there too!”
There are downsides to the model’s fame though, mainly jealousy.
Teddy says that her friends once tried to kill her cat after she didn’t want to give them any internet attention.
They also called her racial slurs.
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Teddy said: “I think the only downside is that people will use you in real life just because you have a big following online.
“Recently, I realised my ex roommates were only being nice to me so I could give them some internet attention and when things didn't go their way, they did cruel things to me like call me racial slurs and even tried killing my 3-month-old cat!
“So, you have to deal with fake people in real life.”
The young woman is now studying at college and hopes to become an actress.
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