Lottie Moss adds another tattoo to her collection as she shows off a new ‘tramp stamp’ over her peachy butt
She already has numerous tattoos, from three birds below her chest to the cheeky words ‘not yours’ written across her bottom.
And Lottie Moss added another to the collection as she proudly displayed her new ‘tramp stamp’ on her peachy bum on Friday.
The model, 24, took to her Instagram Stories to feature the new piece of body art for the first time in the spotlight.
New ink: Lottie Moss has added another to the collection as she proudly showed off her new ‘tramp stamp’ on Friday
The design features a heart with lines surrounding it and sits on the lower back.
Alongside the black and white photo, he wrote, “I have the cutest bum stamp ever.”
She has several other tattoos, including one of Hello Kitty, a rose, an under-breast tattoo of three birds in flight, and one on her butt tattoo that reads, “Not yours.”
It comes after Lottie revealed that she moved into her parents’ Cotswolds home to focus on her mental health.
Tattoo: The model, 24, took to her Instagram Stories to feature the new piece of body art for the first time in the spotlight
He moved back in with his parents earlier this month while dealing with an undisclosed mental health issue, shortly after entering a rehab facility in the United States.
Lottie had been living in Los Angeles but returned to the UK in August after her visa expired.
Since then, he has resided with parents Inger Solnordal and Peter Moss, Kate’s father through his first marriage to Linda Shepherd, in their Cotswolds home while she focuses on her mental well-being.
Taking to Twitter earlier this month, she wrote, “Been staying at my parents house and taking a break from life. Turns out I really needed it!”
“I started modeling when I was around 16 and it had really negative effects on my mental health and the amount of parties with free drinks I went to didn’t help either.”
Cheeky: Lottie has several other tattoos, including one of Hello Kitty, a rose, an inked under her chest of three flying birds, and on her butt tattoo that reads, “Not yours” (pictured)
The model, who earns income through the subscription site OnlyFans, also claimed that she has already begun to benefit from being closer to her loved ones.
She added: ‘[But] I truly believe that I am on the path to a much happier and more fulfilling life as I am now doing things for myself and after being told that being me was not good enough for years it is honestly very refreshing to see how many people they really support me. ‘
In February, Lottie sought treatment for mental health and substance abuse issues at an undisclosed facility in the United States, but was still able to share content on social media.
Referencing HBO’s new series Euphoria, which centers on a group of drug-addicted high school students, Lottie told fans, “I think I took the euphoria too literally, guys.”
The cheeky post was one of several shared by the model during her time in rehab, prompting a mixed response from fans.
Concern: Lottie is currently staying with parents Inger Solnordal and Peter Moss, Kate’s father through his first marriage to Linda Shepherd.
Lottie recently claimed that she was given alcohol and drugs to get through modeling sessions.
She said that she was led to believe that using drugs was “normal” in the industry and claimed that she had been given substances to use whenever she was “exhausted” at events.
Speaking about drug use in the industry, Lottie told the Call Her Daddy podcast: “I guess I thought it was normal and I was going to these events and parties and I was exhausted, that was the only way I was getting over it.”
“Most of the time I would show up on set and I wasn’t happy and I didn’t want to do it, I was crying and they were like, ‘We’ll get you some drugs.'” You can have a drink and then you’ll be fine.”
‘It was a lot like, ‘oh, you’re going to do this shoot, whether you’re sober or not. It will happen’.’
Candid: In February, Lottie sought treatment for mental health and substance abuse issues at an undisclosed facility in the United States.