“Can’t a girl just get some nachos?” That’s what model Montana Cox found herself asking friends on Facebook, according to The Daily Telegraph, after images surfaced of her not-so-healthy food choices during a quick trip to her local Bondi supermarket.
After the photos of Montana shopping for corn chips, salsa and soft drink while dressed casually in a relaxed mini dress came to light last month, The Daily Telegraph claimed that both IMG and David Jones were less than impressed with her appearance and purchases, reportedly “rebuking” Cox.
David Jones, IMG and Cox have all denied such claims since, though, with a David Jones spokesperson stating, “David Jones would not tell our ambassadors what they should eat nor what they should be wearing during their personal time.” Montana’s agreed with the sentiment, telling Daily Mail Australia, “It would be pretty sad if my agents got angry at me for that.”
We have to agree with Montana on this one. While it’s likely that these sorts of things happen to other models or celebrities around the world, Montana hasn’t positioned herself as an ambassador for clean eating, so it can’t be expected that she behave the same way fitspo bloggers and personal trainers might have to.
Maintaining a great sense of humour and proving she’s forever a gem, Montana told Daily Mail Australia she’ll make sure she’s papped “with a green juice and a coconut,” next time she dashes to the supermarket.