Transcript for Victoria's Secret Angel Leaves Runway for Faith
Reporter: Kylies by suitty was living out her childhood dreams when she was selected to become a victoria's secret angel. The winner of the 2009 victoria's secret model search is kylie. Reporter: But three years later, she revealed to george stephanopoulos, that she was retiring her angel wings, so she could be a better christian. What are you going to do now? You're not going to give up modeling completely. No. I'm going to pursue modeling. I want to be more wholesome about it. And the jobs that I choose are always going to be honoring the lord. Rin a revealing new interview with "the new york post," bisutti explains why she turned her back on the catwalk for good. I was being paid to strip down. I felt like a piece of meat. The former model says she was hit on by photographers and male models constantly. Once, a photographer actually pushed me up against the wall and tried to kiss me. Religion doesn't come up at shoots. A photographer could be attracted to a model. And sometimes it can lead to other things. Reporter: In the interview, bisutti said, when it came to victoria's secret, she and other models were encouraged to play down relationships because, quote, I was supposed to be flirting with everyone, all the time. Victoria's secret wouldn't comment on that allegation. That's part of the victoria's secret brand. You are representing a fantasy. And that's what the customer's interested in. And that's what the public is interested in. Reporter: Now, the 23-year-old lives in montana, with her husband. And says life beyond the limelight is sweet. And in her new book, "i'm no angel," she says she wants women around the world to know beauty is not what you look like, but what's in your heart. Turns out god had a plan all along. I've never been more content. For "good morning america," diana perez, abc news,york. Thank you, diana.
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