Mom with over 800 tattoos dubbed a weirdo exposes the truth about all of her tattoos.

A mother’s two beloved children continue to look up to her despite being insulted and mocked by those who refer to her as a ‘weird’.

The woman has no innate physical abnormalities. Instead, she’s covered head to toe in “prison style” tattoos, and despite her failure to find job, as well as the verbal abuse she receives every time she leaves her house, she refuses to stop acquiring ink, claiming she’s addicted.

Continue reading to learn more about this mother and how she is a role model for her children!

Melissa Sloan, a 46-year-old woman from Wales, has no regrets about her poisonous 26-year romance with a tattoo gun. She has been getting tattoos since she was twenty years old. Sloan now knows that she is rejected by society, and while she understands that the more she learns, the more difficult life becomes, she refuses to give up.

“It’s similar to how you become addicted to cigarettes or alcohol. I can’t stop now; it’s addicting, at least for me. I just can’t stop it,” Sloan stated, adding that after tattoo parlors began refusing her because she is “beyond help,” she purchased her own kit. She went on to say, “I carry the [tattoo] gun around with me in the boot, I’ll get one in the car or anywhere.”

Despite the fact that Sloan can’t find work and her body and face are now covered in sloppy ink, she continues to have her lover give her three “tattoos prison style” each week. She has about 800 tattoos.

Sloan revealed that she used to work as a toilet cleaner, but she has since declined similar opportunities.

“I can’t obtain a job. They will not have me. I applied for a job cleaning toilets but was rejected due to my tattoos.People say I’ve never had a job in my life, but I did have one once, and it didn’t last long.” She went on to say, “But, if someone offered me a job tomorrow, I would go and work-I would take that offer.”

In addition to her failure to obtain job, Sloan claims she is regarded like an outcast, with others verbally attacking and mocking her every time she walks out the door, as well as pointing and gazing.

“Worse, the more I have, the more people think I’m crazy. They leap out of the path, and I wonder, ‘Why are you doing that?’ “It’s horrible,” she said. “I expected this in life, I can’t fit in with people as I like to be me and I’m always going to be myself.”

Sloan also alleges she has been excluded from neighborhood pubs and school functions that her two young children, ages eight and ten, may be participating in. Even it does not deter her.

“The kids say,’mum, they’re looking at you,’ and I say, ‘take no notice of them,'” the body art aficionado explained, adding that her children pick up on unfavorable sentiments toward her. “They say my children will run away when they’re older, that’s heartbreaking.”

Sloan’s children, who are influenced by her and encouraged to use her as a role model, already like body art.

“They got some on their arms last night, and they have school, so they will have to take them off,” Sloan said of enabling the youngsters to get temporary tattoos, with the promise of permanent art in the future. “I tell them they’ll have better ones when they are older.”

She was an average-looking woman before getting tattoos. She posted photos of her pre-tattoo face on her Instagram account. If you knew her back then, you’d scarcely recognize her now!

There’s nothing wrong with appropriate body art, but some people may go beyond. Though passing judgment is never appropriate, we can see why companies are hesitant to have her represent their business. We hope that this woman’s children learn from her mistakes and do not feel like misfits in the future.

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