Supermodel Miranda Kerr back to work after cyber bullying attack

Miranda Kerr at the launch of Unilever’s Clear Scalp and Hair Beauty Therapy range in Bondi. Picture: Justin Lloyd Source: The Daily Telegraph

WORK resumed as normal for Miranda Kerr this morning after spending most of yesterday afternoon with police following an alleged “e-attack”.

The supermodel, who was today unveiled as the new ambassador for Clear Scalp and Hair Beauty Therapy, claims to have become a victim of cyber bullying.

“It’s one of those unpleasant things,” she told Confidential.

Kerr, who will leave Australia for New Zealand tomorrow following a ten day business trip, is said to be working with senior members of the fraud and cyber crime squad.

She took to social media yesterday to condemn the attack, tweeting: “Just with the cyber crime unit. Whoever hacked my account, expect a knock on the door very soon.”

At a breakfast launch at The Pacific in Bondi today, the 29-year-old said she signed on for her latest ambassadorship role after trialling the shampoo and conditioner products for “just over a month”.

“I was looking for something that really gave volume and height to my hair and that didn’t weigh it down,” she said.

While usually opting for organic products, Kerr said it wasn’t possible to be all-organic all the time.

“It’s a balance. Like I have to wear make-up everyday for work and obviously that’s not organic – it’s whatever that make-up artist has on that particular day,” she said.

“But on my days off, I don’t do my hair and I just wear Kora Organics tinted moisturiser. You just balance it out where you can.”


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