Former Miss Universe Reveals More Ways Donald Trump Body-Shamed Her & Speaks Out As He Defends His Disgusting Comments!

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Alicia Machado is not staying silent.

Earlier this year, the former Miss Universe revealed that Donald Trump would constantly body-shame her, calling her “Miss Piggy.” She also admitted he would make racist remarks about her Latina heritage, also referring to her as “Miss Housekeeping.”

During Monday night’s debate, Hillary Clinton slammed the GOP candidate’s repulsive remarks towards the pageant star.

Related: Rosie O’Donnell Responds To Donald’s Debate Diss!

That same night, Miz Machado took to Twitter to support the Democratic nominee, writing in Spanish:

“Thank you, Mrs. Clinton. Your respect for women and our differences make you great! I’m with you!”

She continued to show she’s with her, posting:

And, after the controversial candidate disgustingly defended his hurtful comments towards her, the 39-year-old clapped back in a conference call on Tuesday, saying:

“I never thought and never imagined that 20 years later I would be in this position, in this moment, watching this guy doing stupid things, and stupid comments, and it’s so misogynist. It’s a really bad dream for me.”

But that’s not all!

In a new interview with Cosmopolitan — conducted a week ago — the brunette beauty also revealed more awful ways the 70-year-old commented on her physique, recalling that he said:

“You’ll never be an actress, because you are too fat to be an actress, and nobody wants fat girls on TV shows.”

So horrible.

Alicia remembered how upset she was by his rude remark:

“I was so sad. I was quiet. That was his attitude: OK, I have a new toy. I have all the beautiful new girls for me.”

In fact, the beauty queen confessed she even developed eating disorders because of the humiliation:

“Sometimes I didn’t want to go out anywhere. I was all the time in the bathroom. That is horrible. … I never been the same person after that experience.”

She explained that speaking out against Trump is about so much more than a personal vendetta:

“It’s not revenge for me. It’s just, I feel that I need to share my experience with this guy, because the Latin community, they listen to me a lot. I know who he is, this guy, and what he can do and how he can think.”

The Venezuelan beauty also says the the global support she received is what kept her from resigning her title:

“I never left the crown or left my job because the people in that moment were supporting me a lot in other countries.”

Needless to say, she is so over Donald Trump:

“The truth is in that moment that was 20 years ago and, you know, he was just a business guy and my boss in the Miss Universe company, and that’s it ├óΓé¼┬ª that was only one year or one episode of my life. I don’t want to focus my life in this country talking all the time about this guy. This guy is in my past, it’s over, he’s shit for me. I don’t need to talk more about Mr. Trump.”

In the wake of this interview — released on Tuesday — the Apprentice alum’s Deputy Communications Director, Jessica Ditto, slammed the fierce female’s claims in a statement to, saying:

“These are totally baseless and unsubstantiated claims by Ms. Machado, who lobbed a public smear campaign in order to gain notoriety at the expense of Mr. Trump’s name and reputation. Hillary Clinton will continue to use these false distractions like Ms. Machado and Mark Cuban to easily deceive the biased media, but will have no impact on Mr. Trump or the voters who are concerned with real issues.”

Sorry not sorry, Donald, but we’re inclined to believe Alicia! For more pictures from her Cosmo spread, ch-ch-check out the gallery (above)!

[Image via Ruben Chamorro/Cosmopolitan.]

Sep 27, 2016 7:01pm PDT

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