Rebekah Shelton broke down in tears in a video saying that her transition “wasn’t worth it”.
The former Big Brother star was born Rodrigo Lopes in 2009, and transitioned to a woman in 2012.
But in a heartbreaking video, Rebekah claimed that a pharmacy refused to sell her a cream as she is transgender.
Speaking to her 22.5k Twitter followers, the 32 year old sobbed, saying: “I’m just upset.
“Today, I just wanted to buy my cream. When I went to Boots in Leeds, I’ve been told they couldn’t sell it to me because I am a transgender. I’m feeling really hurt and I’m feeling really upset.”
The Brazilian born reality star said: “Sometimes life is better to be the way you were born. If you were born a girl then stay a girl and if you were born a boy, just stay as a boy.
“It’s not worth it. Sometimes it’s not worth it to have to go through s**t you know? Just to say you are happy to be living as the gender you were meant to be.
“It is really upsetting. I never imagined I would go through discrimination here in the UK, I never imagined.”
Rebekah, who was recently the victim of sick death hoax, has previously opened up about the difficulties she’s face with her transition, saying how emotionally exhausting it has been.
Speaking to The Daily Star, she said: “My advice to anyone considering transition would be think very carefully about your decision. I am the happiest I’ve ever been in myself, but I lost so much along the way.
“I lost friends, it divided my family and I had to undergo 16 surgeries. I’m not sure what I would do if I could go back in time.”
OK! Online has contacted Boots for a comment.