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Towie's Yazmin Oukhellou goes braless in very daring jumpsuit in Dubai | The Sun

THE Only Way Is Essex star Yazmin Oukhellou has set pulses racing by going braless in a very daring jumpsuit in Dubai.

The reality TV star took to her Instagram to show off her new outfit as she headed out for the night at the top of a skyscraper.


Yazmin, 28, showed off her sensational figure as she posed in the all-black jumpsuit, which hugged at her incredible curves.

The TV favourite turned away from the camera and looked over her shoulder in one snap, revealing her very peachy behind.

Yazmin let her long black locks flow down her back in loose curls, as she paired her jumpsuit with see-through high heels.

She struck a pout towards the camera as she showed off her very glam make-up look, turning to face the camera for a second snap.

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The reality star put on an eye-popping display as she revealed her cleavage, with the jumpsuit featuring a huge chest cut-out.

"Dubai nights," she captioned the post, as her fans flooded the comments section to dub her "stunning" and "beautiful".

It comes after Yazmin revealed her heavily scarred arm in a new picture, as she relaxed on the sofa at home.

The star was terrifyingly forced to break her own arm to escape the car wreckage which killed Jake McLean, 33, in Turkey earlier this year.

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Yazmin, who has been suffering from PTSD, bravely revealed the markings on her arm – her daily reminder of the incident.

She shared a quote alongside the image, which read: “Every scar that you have is a reminder not just that you got hurt, but that you survived.”

But while her physical scars are healing, the mental recovery is a far more painstaking and harrowing process.

In the weeks following the accident, Yazmin revealed she would torture herself over whether it might have been better if she’d died.

Speaking to The Sun’s Fabulous magazine over the weekend, she said: “I said that to my mum quite a few times.

“‘Why am I here? Why have I survived?’ I didn’t understand why I’d lived and Jake hadn’t. I was angry that he’d gone and I was still here.

“I felt anxious and sick and thought I was never going to be normal again. How was I ever going to get over this? I’m never going to unsee what I saw.”

Jake and Yazmin had been in an on-and-off relationship for the past four years before jetting to Turkey together.

At the time of the accident, they were off, but she had flown to Turkey – where Jake was holidaying – for a long weekend when they hoped they could rekindle their relationship.

Before the horror crash, the pair had been out to dinner and to a club in Bodrum with a group of friends.

Afterwards, Yazmin nodded off in the car while Jake drove them to a friend’s villa, but awoke to the Mercedes saloon plunging down a rocky verge, having swerved off the road on a tight bend.

When it came to a halt – upside down and crushed – Yazmin’s right arm was trapped behind her back, stuck through the open sunroof. Jake was unconscious next to her and she could feel her arm was covered in blood.

She knew she would have to break it to escape.

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She explained: “I tried to wake Jake up, but he wasn’t waking. I tried to beep the horn with my foot, but I couldn’t reach it. We were in the middle of nowhere and so screaming for help wasn’t any good.

“I knew I had to get out of the car and somehow I found the strength to free my arm by lifting it with my left hand, moving my right arm up and dropping it back down for what felt like forever until I snapped it free.”



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