A WOMAN with the world's largest natural breasts has told how she is taunted by strangers every day – but vowed never to get a reduction.
Annie Hawkins-Turner, 66, is used to getting attention with her eye-popping 102ZZZ-cup boobs and says she even needs security to fend off fans.
The mum-of-two, from Atlanta, Georgia, has made millions from her enormous assets after realising their earning potential.
Unbelievably, her huge boobs – which weigh a staggering 65lbs each and are over four and a half feet in length – are still growing.
And so is her fan base, who have been mesmerized by her extraordinary story and constantly expanding chest.
Annie previously revealed she had to recruit a bodyguard to help her dodge the army of up to 300 admirers who flock to her at events.
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She said: "Fans chase me and when I do appearances I find myself surrounded by men and women.
"I first realized I needed security after an appearance at a nightclub three years ago when I was literally mobbed.
"I was completely overwhelmed."
The model said some would creepily "grope" her and "thrust their hands" down her top during appearances.
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"I may have the world’s largest breasts, I may glamour model, I may show them off but all I ask is people respect my personal space."
Annie achieved internet stardom after launching her career as a fetish model under the pseudonym Norma Stitz.
She had already bagged the Guinness World Record for her voluptuous cleavage in 1999 and has held the title ever since.
Annie later launched a website, that gained a million subscribers in a matter of months, to share her super-size breasts with the world.
But despite loving the skin she is in, the mum has had to battle bullies for the majority of her life simply because of her big boobs.
She explained she has been subjected to cruel taunts since childhood,as she began developing breasts at the age of five.
"Kids are some of the worst people in the world when it comes to picking on people," Annie said. "I was teased a lot."
By the age of nine, they were a size 36D – and the model was later diagnosed with gigantomastia, a condition that involves slow, progressive growth of breast tissue which meant they kept growing throughout her life.
Annie's boobs have continued to balloon to a whopping 102ZZZ-cup, forcing her to ditch bras for stretchy dresses.
She previously said: "When I go out of my house I have to think about what my day is going to be like and who is going to attack me today.
"Every day someone teases me that doesn't know me. They make fun of me and there's no reason. I'm human like everybody else.
"I'm just blessed in different ways than other people. It affects my son very badly because people stare."
Annie admitted she also struggles to complete simple everyday tasks with her eight-stone boobs, such as driving a car.
But the 5ft 6in mum refuses to even consider surgery to reduce her giant bust that have earned her big bucks.
She said: "Every time I get a new doctor they offer me surgery but I don't need surgery. I don’t want to mess with nature.
"I've got a strong back and have never had back ache. I've had therapy on how to hold myself so I won't hurt myself."
The 66-year-old fondly told how she was given the confidence to embrace her body when she met the "love of her life" in 1991.
She explained her late husband Allen Turner, an air force officer who was 20 years her senior, was the one who encouraged her to model.
Annie said: "To my shock, I discovered Alan loved big women and thought my breasts were magnificent.
"He boosted my confidence, continually told me I was beautiful and accepted me and my kids.
"He encouraged me to send in some pictures to a specialist magazine a year after we met and I was inundated with requests.
"It was a magazine that featured white women and I was featured, breaking, I guess, another record."
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Annie credits her success to Allen and says without him she would not have achieved the career she has.
He sadly died of lung cancer in 2003 but Annie has carried on with her lucrative business.
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