She hit back at her followers who make ‘crass comments’ about her cleavage earlier this week.
And Ashley James appeared to be making a defiant statement when she stepped out in London on Thursday night, putting on an eye-popping display in an extreme plunging dress.
The star, 32, revealed a liberal amount of cleavage in the racy dress as she dined out in style with her close pal Jess Impiazzi.
Ashley complemented her daring LBD with eye-catching red accessories, pulling her hair back with a scrunchie and carrying a coordinating clutch bag.
The blonde bombshell added some extra height to her frame thanks to a pair of black stilettos.
Ex On The Beach star Jess was rocking a more understated look than her pal, donning a military inspired blazer layered over a striped top.
The brunette sported a pair of figure-hugging skinny jeans to complete her look.
Jess carried her essentials in a Louis Vuitton bag and added a pair of strappy silver heels and a floral accessory in her hair.
The girls went arm-in-arm as they kept the party going late into the night, enjoying a long-awaited catch up.
Ashley’s night on the tiles comes after she blasted men who make ‘crass comments’ about her assets in a long statement on social media earlier in the week.
The former Made In Chelsea star shared how being sent unwanted sexual messages online previously made her ‘cover up to avoid unwanted attention’ and urged her fans to ‘take a cold shower’ instead of messaging her.
The beauty took to her stories to write a list about her feelings, explaining she refers to receive compliments from girls rather than guys/
She penned: ‘1. Compliments from other girls mean 1000 times more than from guys.
‘2. I realise I have boobs, it’s what nature intended for me. But guys making crass comments on my posts or in my DMs don’t give me any form of pleasure or satisfaction.
‘3. It’s these types of comments that made me spend my teens/twenties feeling ashamed of my body and like I had to cover up to avoid unwanted attention, or worry I’d be judged.
‘4. I get it, boobs are attractive. But just because someone has boobs, especially big boobs it doesn’t give you a right to point them our [sic] or comment on them to us. It’s kind of demeaning. Please just go have a cold shower.
‘5. Girls can complement my boobs and body as much as they want. It means more because girls can be judgemental, so it means a lot when we give each other love. If I ever expressed displeasure at the size of my boobs of the attention they got, girls used to presume I was seeking attention by saying it. So now, girls who compliment me make my day.’
On Tuesday night, Ashley was spotted at the Notion with Bulldog Gin Issue 84 magazine launch at Queen of Hoxton.
She dressed to impress in a slinky zebra print minidress, putting in a stylish appearance alongside her best friend Charlotte De Carle.
The model completed her look with a pair of black stilettos and accessorised with a cute scarlet bag.
Ashley’s outing comes after her Bumble dating profile was revealed earlier this month.
The blonde’s profile shows her feasting on a giant pizza as she attempts to find a match on the popular dating app.
Ashley shared a plethora of Instagram snaps on the dating site, which she joined alongside pal Charlotte De Carle.
In one of the images, the DJ answers the the question of what is her favourite quality in a person.
To which she replied: ‘It’s hard to choose between a sense of humour and honesty.’
While another image displaying her basic information shows that she ‘doesn’t know’ what she’s looking for in a relationship, when it comes to using the app.
Ashley’s fun Bumble profile comes just months after she claimed she was happy being single and encouraged her followers to ‘search for the love all around them from friends and family’ which will help them to ‘start dating people who are good for them’.
Alongside a stunning snap of her in a green dress, Ashley wrote on Instagram in April: ‘Happily single. ✨ A friend of mine had her heartbroken this week and she asked me how I’m so happy single. And honestly I think it’s because I’ve stopped seeing it as a bad thing, and have stopped allowing people to pity or patronize me for it.
‘Your relationship status can change all the time, it’s not necessarily a good or a bad thing: it’s just a thing that happens. The time alone has allowed me to really learn and love myself, and also love and invest in my friendships.
‘You’re made to feel like there’s something lacking but love is literally all around you and you can do pretty fun things with your friends if you give them the same energy.
‘Plus, I’ve set some ground rules. Being single does not mean I shouldn’t be treated as an adult entitled to the same independence as my friends in relationships. No I don’t want to sleep in a child’s room or on your sofa.
‘No I don’t want to share a bed, or be set up with your creepy cousin. I’ll get a hotel or not come at all. If you want to ask me personal questions about my relationship status and happiness, I will ask you equally as encroaching questions about yours.✨.’
‘I’ve only learnt all this in the last few months. I used to think people were lying if they didn’t actively want / need someone else. But honestly, once you realise being single is fabulous, you’ll start to date people who are actually good for you.
And speak up and walk away quicker if they’re less than up to standard, because you’re perfectly fine without them,’ Ashley continued.