You can’t go onto Facebook without her face coming up in your news feed. It’s not that she doesn’t want everyone to know about you.It’s just that, uploading a picture with her boyfriend is going to half the number of likes she gets.Now, we can see exactly what his high school sweetheart looked like, what his cute coworker wears to work, and who was at the bar with him last night by simply clicking through his social media.While years ago we might not have caught him slyly scoping out the cute blond in the corner, the evidence of him appreciating another woman's looks can now live on the Internet (and our smartphones) forever.Looks like Courtney Stodden is ready to get herself back out into the dating world.
On a dating site, the first, second and third things everyone looks at – whether male or female, but probably especially if you’re male – are the photos. Just like in real life, I see someone and can’t help but feel attracted to her or not – and often I’ll even imagine an entire story: A voice, a personality, a date, sex, a life together – based on nothing but a blurry selfie.
Now, it is safe to assume that the profile is a fake and Stodden’s pics were stolen from her social media account.
However, the reality star confirmed it is really her in the pictures, as she snapped herself holding up a piece of paper baring her screen name.
Meanwhile, the professional blonde celebrated her divorce from Doug Hutchison with a party at Crazy Horse Gentlemen's Club in Las Vegas.
She shared a photo of her time at the party with the caption, "\r\n Ditching her real name for the online screen name “Sugar Cane,” Courtney has been attempting to win men over with a series of seriously busty selfies and teasing pics of her running her finger across her lips.
One girl who posted goofy photos in reality was very serious; another turned out to be an as-advertised spaz.