According to The Sun, the newly divorced Stodden has turned to the dating site in a bid to find love – and make a pretty penny or two while she does it.
Ditching her real name for the online screen name “Sugar Cane,” Courtney has been attempting to win men over with a series of seriously busty selfies and teasing pics of her running her finger across her lips.
Now, we can see exactly what his high school sweetheart looked like, what his cute coworker wears to work, and who was at the bar with him last night by simply clicking through his social media.
However, the reality star confirmed it is really her in the pictures, as she snapped herself holding up a piece of paper baring her screen name.
After all, we can regularly "like" a male friend's photos, knowing quite well we're appreciating his fashion sense and not his bulging pectoral muscles.
But when our boyfriend likes another woman's Instagram photos, it's like, "Why are you all over this [NSFW word]'s profile? "Honestly, I think in most cases, we—myself included—are way more likely to read more into a "like," retweet or follow than is actually there. (Don't start stalking the hottie, or tossing out accusations of online affairs.) But perhaps there's something deeper going on that you can uncover through the conversation. " Wait to hear his story, then explain it makes you uneasy to see him appreciate other women through social media.
Like everyone else I grapple with that weird wrestling match between who I am (a superficial jerk who makes assumptions based only on pixels, apparently) and who I feel I ought to be (an enlightened gentlemen).
Everyone’s smiling and happy, having fun with lots of friends – often while travelling – showing some skin, and holding a cocktail, pet, pal or instrument.