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A model claims she was told to cover up when wearing crop tops at theme parks after being told ‘big breasts are uncomfortable’.

Whitney Paige Venable, 26, from Florida, visited Universal Studios in Orlando and said she was shocked by the way the staff treated her.

The model claims an employee told her she had to cover up her cleavage if she wanted to be allowed into the park.

Whitney wore a white crop top and mint green shorts, but said many other women wore similar outfits.

“I felt humiliated and embarrassed,” said Whitney, who has 1.6 million followers on Instagram.

“I’ve been told I have to change into my top to get in. I think it’s because I have naturally large breasts, which makes people uncomfortable, but as far as I know, my clothes are not against the rules.

“I felt discriminated against because of the size of my breasts. I noticed other people staring at me and I was so embarrassed. It was humiliating.”

The incident took place in 2021 but didn’t come to light until this week.

In a video, Whitney can go to Universal Studios with friends and the two look excited.

Moments later, their happy mood was overwhelmed as a second video showed them standing at the park’s entrance, waiting to be allowed in, and Whitney was then reportedly told her clothes “did not fit”.

“So, I guess my top doesn’t fit Universal, and we’re having issues right now,” she can be heard saying.

In a video that followed, Whitney, who was turned away at the entrance, said: “So obviously I had to change into a more fitting top, although I see a lot of people here wearing what look like sports bras. Jacket.”

Speaking about it, she said: “I feel like I’m being watched and it’s summer so it’s hot and I don’t really understand [the problem], but having naturally large breasts draws attention.

“I ended up wearing another top over my sports bra, and my friend also wore a top in the car.

“But I took it off later in the park because it was hot and ugly and the fact that I was judged really pissed me off.

“Women with short stature can wear whatever they want – having big breasts gets sexy.”

Last year, Whitney claimed she was banned from Twitter after people reported playful photos of her.

“One day, I replaced my cover photo with an innocent photo showing my figure — but I was wearing underwear,” she said.

“Suddenly my account was banned. It made me feel discriminated against because there were worse pictures on Twitter. It’s not fair.”

Universal Studios has been approached for comment.