Khloe Kardashian receives a deluge of offers from health companies after an unedited photo leak

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Khloé Kardashian attends the Good American Miami Launch Party. Photographed by Alexander Tamargo
Khloé Kardashian attends the Good American Miami Launch Party. Photographed by Alexander Tamargo
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Khloe Kardashian has been “deluged with proposals” from health and fitness firms after an unedited photo of her leaked online. The star - who has admitted to struggling with her body image - is attracting offers from various companies following the recent controversy, which saw an unedited picture of Khloe appear on Instagram before it was removed.

“The unretouched photo was met with some criticism about how the Kardashians manipulate their images, but mostly the reaction to Khloe herself was positive. And opening up about how she has struggled with her body image her entire life resonates with a lot of women,” a source reportedly said.

Khloe - who has 136 million followers on Instagram - is also attracting the attention of campaign groups following the photo-editing controversy.

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“There are a lot of people interested in starting conversations, some new to Khloe with different ideas of how to partner (whether it be equity, campaign, social) and others she has partnered with before,” a second source told the New York Post newspaper’s Page Six column.

Meanwhile, Khloe recently admitted she thinks the pressure to look perfect is too much to bear. The star took to Instagram to share a video of herself showing off her unretouched and unfiltered body. Alongside the short lip, she posted a statement, “Hey guys, this is me and my body unretouched and unfiltered."

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