When you’re a super-famous internet girl, you don’t have to pay for your own internet

A woman who became a super star on the internet after posting pictures of herself in her underwear is not a super model, she told MSNBC.

But it did not stop her from having to pay $250 a month for her own internet.

In an interview with ABC’s “This Week,” Jessica Alba, 32, explained that when she was younger, her parents thought she was crazy.

“I had a hard time believing what I was seeing,” she said.

“My parents thought I was crazy.”

The “Star Wars” star said she has struggled with addiction and depression since her teens.

“We’ve been in the business of selling our soul,” she added.

“And I just think it’s time for people to stop saying, ‘Oh, she’s so cool.'”

Alba said she had no idea that her photos would go viral on the web.

“It’s the internet,” she told ABC.

“People have no idea.”