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Abbie Chatfield reveals the cheeky reason she HATES botox

Racy: The Bachelor's Abbie Chatfield, 26, (pictured) revealed she will no longer be getting Botox because it stopped her from 'making facial expressions when she has an orgasm'.

Abbie Chatfield swore off Botox after finding the injections made it impossible for her to perform during sex.

The outspoken Bachelor star, 26, explained her beauty woes to Mia Freedman on her No Filter podcast this week, saying: ‘I have these two lines between my eyebrows and all my expressions.’

“When I laugh, when I cry, when I’m scared,” Abbie continued.

Racy: The Bachelor's Abbie Chatfield, 26, (pictured) revealed she will no longer be getting Botox because it stopped her from 'making facial expressions when she has an orgasm'.

Racy: The Bachelor’s Abbie Chatfield, 26, (pictured) revealed she will no longer be getting Botox because it stopped her from ‘making facial expressions when she has an orgasm’.

The radio announcer then recalled how uncomfortable she felt after receiving botox late last year.

At the time, Abbie was hosting Nine’s Love Island Afterparty and felt frustrated that she couldn’t show expressions.

“Obviously, when you’re hosting a TV show and people are talking to each other, that’s how you’re supposed to be [able to raise your eyebrows],’ she said.

Beauty quagmire: The outspoken Bachelor star, 26, explained her beauty woes to Mia Freedman on her No Filter podcast this week:

Beauty quagmire: The outspoken Bachelor star, 26, explained her beauty woes to Mia Freedman on her No Filter podcast this week: “I have these two lines between my eyebrows and all my expressions.”

Abbie also said that at the time she had just met her new boyfriend Konrad Bień-Stephen and became aware of her frozen face.

“I would cry into the mirror. It didn’t look bad, it just didn’t look like me,” Abbie said, warning her fans about it.

“I looked like I was bored the whole time. I don’t think I’ll get it again,” she added.

Frozen: The radio announcer then recalled how uncomfortable she felt after getting botox late last year.  At the time, Abbie was hosting Nine's Love Island Afterparty and felt frustrated that she couldn't show expressions.

Frozen: The radio announcer then recalled how uncomfortable she felt after getting botox late last year. At the time, Abbie was hosting Nine’s Love Island Afterparty and felt frustrated that she couldn’t show expressions.

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'I would cry in the mirror': Abbie also said she had just met her new boyfriend Konrad Bie¿-Stephen (right) and was becoming aware of her frozen face.

‘I would cry in the mirror’: Abbie also said she had just met her new boyfriend Konrad Bień-Stephen (right) and was becoming aware of her frozen face.

However, Abbie has not ruled out fillers as she has previously undergone a “liquid rhinoplasty” using fillers.

It comes after Abbie revealed she was dealing with intense pressure from the interest in her personal life.

The star said she was on the verge of a ‘breakdown’ after finding it difficult to calm down following her holiday in Italy.

Abbie said she felt exhausted because she couldn’t escape the controversy or media scrutiny, even when she was on holiday in Europe with her boyfriend Konrad Bień-Stephen.

Not a fan: “I would cry in the mirror.  It didn't look bad, it just didn't look like me,

Not a fan: “I would cry in the mirror. It didn’t look bad, it just didn’t look like me,” Abbie said, warning her fans about it

She inadvertently caused an international uproar after complaining on TikTok about her “sexist” dining experience at a restaurant in Venice earlier this month.

The former Bachelor in Paradise star also said she was tired of moving and hosting a radio show and podcast for Southern Cross Austereo.

“So the only energy I have is for the radio show and the podcast,” Abbie said.

Trip: It comes after Abbie revealed she was dealing with intense pressure from the interest in her personal life.  The star said that she could not relax after the trip to Italy with Konrad

Trip: It comes after Abbie revealed she was dealing with intense pressure from the interest in her personal life. The star said that she could not relax after the trip to Italy with Konrad

“I’m really exhausted. I feel really burnt out and mostly emotionally drained. I’m not well. I’ll slowly come back and make more content.”

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“Sometimes I feel like my whole life is fun [for others]… I’m so tired and it’s bad timing too. We just came back from vacation,” she added.

“Even on vacation I have fucking subtitles and hell, I can’t have a vacation without subtitles.”

Experiences: Abbie and Konrad spent around two weeks in Europe to attend a friend's wedding in Scotland and tour Italy - where she hit the headlines on April 3 after complaining about her 'sexist' dining experience at a luxury restaurant on TikTok in Venice.

Experiences: Abbie and Konrad spent around two weeks in Europe to attend a friend’s wedding in Scotland and tour Italy – where she hit the headlines on April 3 after complaining about her ‘sexist’ dining experience at a luxury restaurant on TikTok in Venice.

Abbie and Konrad spent about two weeks in Europe attending a friend’s wedding in Scotland and traveling around Italy.

She made headlines during her trip to Italy after complaining on TikTok about her “sexist” dining experience at a luxury restaurant in Venice on April 3.

She was upset because the waiter handed her a menu without prices, while her boyfriend got the full menu with prices.

Trolled: Her complaint soon appeared in the local press, leading to her being trolled by Italian men who insisted the

Trolled: Her complaint soon appeared in the local press, leading to her being trolled by Italian men who insisted the “ladies’ menu” was just a harmless tradition.

The former Bachelor winner said the situation was ridiculous because she is the “breadwinner” in her relationship.

Her complaint soon appeared in the local press, leading to her being trolled by Italian men who insisted that the “ladies’ menu” was just a harmless tradition.

“Maybe it’s a tradition, but it’s still rooted in patriarchy,” Abbie said.

“I can say it’s sexist because the tradition is rooted in misogyny and patriarchy,” she added, before confirming that she paid for the meal in question, not Konrad.

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Complaint: “It may be a tradition, but it's still rooted in patriarchy,” Abbie said of being handed a menu without prices while her friend got a full menu with prices.

Complaint: “It may be a tradition, but it’s still rooted in patriarchy,” Abbie said of being handed a menu without prices while her friend got a full menu with prices.

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