Popular American model CindyCrawford prohibits own children to attend secondary school. This is due to the fear of mannequins for their health.
CindyCrawford was not allowed to own two children, 15-year-old Presley and 12-year-old Kaiju, which in those days was launched on 1st lessons in secondary school. The reason for this act model was the horror for children's health, as in window frames of the structure of the school can be harmful chemicals.
"I don't feel 100% safe. 10 years, I'll wait and think, what if my baby will have problems? How can I live with myself, knowing that I had the opportunity to influence the situation?" - asked a rhetorical question CindyCrawford.
It tells E! Online secondary educational institution, which had to take the childrenCindyCrawford and her husband Randy Gerber, is located in Malibu, and its structure dates back to 1976. Use in the manufacture of window frames PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls), which are so afraid of top model, stopped only in 1979. These drugs can disrupt the immune and reproductive system and affect the brain development of children and even cause cancer. Crawford has offered to pay for the test of the window about the data content of chemicals, and for the examination of air.
Besides all this, she was so worried about this problem, commonly found in schools Malibu that the model has promised to continue the fight. "This applies not only to Malibu. This is a problem many old secondary educational institutions. I think the time has come to change the laws," declared the American model.
Remember, since the end of 1980-s and 1990-ies CindyCrawford (177, 86-66-89) was among the leading famous models and the face of the popular firms that continuously appeared on magazine covers and catwalks. Special specificity Cindy - mole on the upper lip, which she was often beaten in marketing rollers, for example in advertising chocolate, where licking, in addition to the Goodies, and the mole. Interestingly, in the beginning photo Cindy have been retouched and the mole was removed, for example on the first photo for the cover of Vogue.