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Rebecca Judd reveals the ‘nasty’ note written about her in a bathroom stall

In September, she revealed on her KIIS FM radio show that when she was in her late teens, she would sneak into nightclubs in her hometown of Perth and also had a thing for DJs. 

And on Monday, Rebecca Judd again spoke about her youth on the 3pm Pick Up, saying that she once had a ‘nasty’ note written about her in a bathroom stall at the club. 

Rebecca said that some rivals had written that she was a ‘DJ s**t’ in the toilets, because they were jealous and ‘threatened’ about her friendship with the DJs.  

‘They were threatened!’ On Monday on her KIIS FM show, Rebecca Judd revealed the ‘nasty’ note written about her in a bathroom stall from when she used to sneak into nightclubs in Perth as a teenager

‘I did read a nasty thing scrawled on a toilet door about about me in a nightclub,’ Rebecca began. 

‘I just read, “RJ is a DJ s-word.”

Her co-host Monty Dimond jokingly said that Bec was a ‘s**t,’ but Bec said that it couldn’t be further from the truth.  

'I just read, "RJ is a DJ s-word," Rebecca said. Pictured as a teen

‘I just read, “RJ is a DJ s-word,” Rebecca said. Pictured as a teen

‘But you were, you loved a DJ,’ Monty said. 

Bec replied, saying she was 16 and barely even kissed a boy. 

‘I was sixteen and barely even kissed a boy, let alone been sowing my wild oats around a nightclub,’ Bec said. 

‘It couldn’t be further from the truth. But I had gone in there with my girlfriend Shannon, I had my braces, we were the new cool girls in there and they were threatened.’

She finished: ‘We made friends with all the DJs and they didn’t like it.’ 

In September, Bec said on her radio show that she had a thing for British DJs in her late teens. 

'It couldn't be further from the truth!' Bec replied, saying she was 16 and barely even kissed a boy

‘It couldn’t be further from the truth!’ Bec replied, saying she was 16 and barely even kissed a boy

‘I was really, really into DJs. If they were a drum and bass DJ, then extra points. If they were from the UK, extra points,’ Bec said. 

Rebecca revealed she had a wild streak in her youth, and would ‘sneak into clubs’ when she was 16 and 17 to check out who was on the decks.  

‘I used to sneak into this club when I was 16 or 17, and it was called the Drum Club, with my fake ID and my braces, acne…’ she recalled.

Wild youth: In September, Bec said on her radio show that she had a thing for British DJs in her late teens. Rebecca revealed she had a wild streak in her youth, and would 'sneak into clubs' when she was 16 and 17 to check out who was on the decks

Wild youth: In September, Bec said on her radio show that she had a thing for British DJs in her late teens. Rebecca revealed she had a wild streak in her youth, and would ‘sneak into clubs’ when she was 16 and 17 to check out who was on the decks

Despite her adolescent forays into dance music culture, Rebecca said she was glad she ended up with an Aussie sportsman, referring to her AFL star husband, Chris Judd.

Monty pointed out that while DJs may seem appealing to teenage girls, their lifestyles are actually ‘revolting’.  

‘Ugh. Foul! Foul!’ Rebecca replied. ‘”I’m just going to do my shift. My 1am to 4am shift.” Gross!’  

The Postcards host married Chris, a former captain of two AFL teams, in 2010.

The couple share four children: son Oscar, eight, daughter Billie, six, and three-year-old twin boys Tom and Darcy.

Her man: Despite her adolescent forays into dance music culture, Rebecca said she was glad she ended up with an Aussie sportsman, referring to her AFL star husband, Chris Judd

Her man: Despite her adolescent forays into dance music culture, Rebecca said she was glad she ended up with an Aussie sportsman, referring to her AFL star husband, Chris Judd

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