June 21st, 2018 | Updated on September 6th, 2018
Ivanka Trump was pressured to get implants by her father when she was pursuing a modelling career as a teenager, a new book on the now-first daughter and her family claims.
In the book, Born Trump: Inside America’s First Family, the author, Emily Jane Fox, writes that ” Perhaps trying to encourage his daughter to pursue her passions, Donald Trump told the teenager she should get breast implants to help further her modelling career.
Trump only relented when his sister Maryanne frantically called him and said it would ‘ruin her’, Fox says in the book.
Ivanka’s burgeoning modelling career caused her to leave Chapin, a private all-girls school in Manhattan, after a brush with the school authorities regarding her attendance.
Fox suggests Ivanka left Chapin under a mutual agreement between her and the school and enrolled at Choate, a $58,000-a-year boarding school in Wallingford, Connecticut.
In her book, Fox paints a very different picture of Ivanka compared to the woman who addresses world leaders and works as a senior adviser in the White House.
According to Fox, Ivanka was in one of the classrooms facing the hot dog vendor one day when, one a whim, she and her friend lifted up their tops and flashed their breasts at the man. The school authorities found out but Ivanka was not kicked out.
Author Emily Jane Fox also claims that Ivanka was once forced to do a drug test after attending a raucous party that got out of control. She passed the test.
Ivanka met her future husband, Jared Kushner, in 2007 at a networking lunch arranged by one of her father’s business partners. Fox writes that the pair hit it off because they are very similar and come from very similar family backgrounds.