There are somethings in life that cannot be explained and you couldn’t make them up, even in your wildest imagination.
Such is the case with “Tanning Mom”, Patricia Krentcil, who on the back of whining about how life is so tough now that she is famous (and we use that word very lightly), is now planning to star in a film based on her life.
Oh, and that’s not all — the 44-year-old with leathery skin, says she is fielding offers for modeling gigs in London, Paris and New York!
In Touch magazine reports;
Now that her legal saga is over, Patricia Krentcil — better known as Tanning Mom — says she’s not ready to leave the spotlight. Instead, the bronzed New Jersey native has begun working on a movie about her life, telling In Touch, “I’ll star,” in the film based on her ordeal. “It’s going to portray everything that’s happened.”
The movie, however, won’t be a lighthearted comedy. Patricia says that the last year has been very hard on her family. Ashley, 18, Alec, 17, and Austin, 15, were “badgered at school,” and the stress affected Anna and 4-year-old Addison. “We were all mentally abused,” she claims, “for no reason.”
On Feb. 26, a New Jersey grand jury refused to indict Patricia for child endangerment, after being accused of taking her daughter Anna, 6, into a tanning bed. “What they did to me was not right,” the stay-at-home mom of five declares in the new issue of In Touch. “I have a lot of other opportunities, so I’m just trying to figure out where to move my family.”
She claims she’s been fielding offers for modeling gigs in London, Paris and New York. “Everybody wants me,” she gushes to the mag, on newsstands now.
Patricia vows to extend her 15 minutes of fame for as long as she can in order to make back the money she was forced to spend on her legal defense, money she says would have been better used to fund her kids’ educations. “I have to rectify that,” she says. “It’s not even near being over.”