In an exclusive interview, that young lady made famous on YouTube as "That Woman with Knockers" says she regrets having made that video where she does that you-know-what while on that surfboard. "I was drinking heavily and wasn't feeling good about myself, so when those two guys approached me and asked me if I wanted to take my clothes off for the video they wanted to show their buds, I said 'sure.' But I see now that it was a big mistake."
The young lady, who asks that she just be identified as "Scarlet Chrystahl," says her life has become terribly chaotic ever since the guys posted their video on YouTube. It became an immediate sensation, attracting thousands of views in its first two hours and then exploded to more than a million views after it went viral. It now is in the running to achieve iconic status on the video-sharing site along with the likes of Susan Boyle and that dog that does those weird flips.
"I thought they were just going to show it to a few of her friends, like at a bachelor party or something," says Chrystahl, who was interviewed on YouTube in a video called "Big Knockers."
"I had no idea they would post it some place where a million people could see it. I was shocked-although I'm just glad I had that hair removal treatment done just before I did it. I couldn't imagine how embarrassed I'd be if I hadn't done that!"
Chrystahl says if she were to do it all over again, she would think twice about accepting the guys' offer. "I mean, I did get a good dinner out of it, although I was too drunk to really remember what we had or where we went. But I'm pretty sure it was a fancy restaurant with, like, real plates and stuff. But even with the dinner, I would definitely not jump up and say 'sure' the next time someone asks me to take my clothes off in front of a video camera. Guys get all sorts of weird ideas when they watch you do that. I've gotten just some of the weirdest e-mails. I guess I shouldn't have given those guys my contact info."
When asked whether she thought her video would hurt the clothing industry, which tries to encourage people to wear clothes rather than take them off, Chrystahl says she hadn't thought about that. but now that we mention it, she agrees clothes are good and that she wouldn't want to hurt the clothing industry by encouraging people to take their clothes off. "I mean, most people look better with clothes on than with clothes off," she says. "I think I'm pretty lucky that I'm one of the few people that look good with my clothes off. But, like, with most people, you kind of go, 'Gag me. They should leave their clothes on!'"
It's clear that Chrystahl, in her "Big Knockers" interview on YouTube, takes the same position on the rise of nudie videos as the National Clothing Association. NCA is concerned that as people become increasingly comfortable parading around in front of video cameras with no clothes on, the people who manufacture and sell clothing will suffer, because consumers could start buying fewer clothes in the future.
"Yes, if I walked around a lot with no clothes, I would definitely buy fewer clothes than I do now. Because I'd think, 'Hey, what do I need to buy that dress for? My boyfriend's just going to rip it off me anyway. If I just go without the dress, I don't have to worry about it getting ruined when he attacks me in my apartment or in his apartment or in his car, like he did last week, which was actually a big turn on. But it's still bad. So, we really should encourage people to keep their clothes on-or, at least, when they get taken off you, that the person at least folds them nicely so you can wear them again."