Mum tattoos 96% of body in tattoos after splitting from husband who hated ink

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A woman has been dubbed the ‘most tattooed woman in Poland’ – and she’s even got a boyfriend younger than her two sons.

Adrianna Eisenbach, 52, is known in Poland as an aspiring celebrity and model and is often given the title “queen of scandal”.

She made her debut in the entertainment world thanks to the reality program "Królowe życia".

According to the Polish press, Adrianna has always been a fan of tattoos but her husband didn't like the idea of her decorating her skin with them.

When they eventually divorced, she decided to go all out and begin the process of inking her entire body – but she didn’t get her first tattoo until the age of 48.

Now tattoos cover 96.05% of her body, including her head and the bottom of her feet. It's hard to believe that not so long ago she didn’t have a single piece of ink!

The 52-year-old would eventually like to have something tattooed on her face but she is aware of how painful that can be.

“The questions are still asked whether I will ever stop [getting tattoos] but I will say that I want to do something more,” she once said.

“Maybe not tattoo the whole face, but we will do something else when we come up with a good design.”

Adrianna is currently dating David Zlatan – a man who is more than 30 years her junior.

As the tattooed influencer refers to herself as “scandal queen” on Instagram, David calls himself the “scandal king”.

Adrianna says she likes dating a younger man because "he is not ruined and mentally damaged by previous relationships".

“As long as we understand each other great, it's great. And if not, it will be like all other couples, whether there is an age difference or not, they will split up and that's it,” she said in response to an Instagram fan’s question about dating a younger man.

This relationship comes after she left her husband after 25 years of marriage.

She says their marriage came to an end because she wanted her to stay at home and look after the family, rather than go out into the world.

Adrianna told Gazeta Wroclawska: “I cared for my husband and my sons throughout my entire marriage … Daily washing, cleaning, cooking, baking cakes.

“When the kids grew up, I wanted to go to work. The husband was not thrilled. It started to go bad between us.”

As well as getting tattoos, Adrianna’s newfound freedom meant she could pursue her lifelong dream of becoming a wolf trainer.

She often boasts about the fact that she personally raised four wolves, which she treated as her own children.

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