PICTURED: Cindy Crawford’s son Presley Gerber emerges looking fresh faced after getting his ‘Misunderstood’ cheek tattoo removed
Presley Gerber no longer feels ‘misunderstood’.
The model son of Cindy Crawford appeared to be in the process of removing the word ‘Misunderstood’ from under his left eye, 18-months after getting the ink last February.
Presley, 22, tried to keep a low-profile during the outing to Malibu Country Mart, where he was joined by girlfriend Sydney Brooke.
Disappearing ink: Presley Gerber appears to have removed his ‘misunderstood’ face tattoo. He pictured left in Malibu on Monday and right, in March last year
Though Presley appeared fresh faced, you could still seen tattoos decorating his neck.
The second generation celeb dressed down in a black tee shirt and matching track pants.
He had a long chain around his neck and mirrored sunglasses clipping into the neckline of his tee.
After walking around maskless for a moment, the surfer decided to toss one on.
Sydney walked hand-in-hand with Presley while flashing a bit of belly in a black and white baby tee teamed with low-slung sweatpants.
Fresh faced: Presley appears to be shedding his bad boy image
Love: Sydney walked hand-in-hand with Presley
Last February Presley defiantly told off critics of his face tattoo – which was done by celeb-beloved artist JonBoy – via Instagram Live, telling viewers: ‘People love to hate me.’
But the ink was conspicuously absent in a July Instagram of the star, just two months after being photographed in another post on his feed.
Laser tattoo removal can cost from $200 to $500 per treatment. The amount of sessions needed to remove a tattoo varies, depending on placement, age and other factors.
Presley is reportedly getting over his rebellious streak.
New you: The ink was conspicuously absent in a July Instagram of the star
Later haters: Last March Presley defiantly told off critics of his face tattoo – which was done by celeb-beloved artist JonBoy – via Instagram Live, telling viewers: ‘People love to hate me’
Last September an insider told Us Weekly, Gerber was ‘doing better’ since the coronavirus pandemic forced him to stay close to home and spend time with family.
‘Being able to spend so much time with close friends and family during the lockdown has been beneficial for him,’ a source told Us Weekly on Thursday.
‘His family was really focused on getting him the help he needed…He’s been able to get his act together more.’
Still, he remains on probation through 2022 after pleading no contest to one misdemeanor DUI stemming from a January 1, 2019 arrest.
Gerber still lives in his parents’ Malibu guesthouse, and he works in the kitchen of his 58-year-old father’s nearby Cuban restaurant Café Habana.
2018 family portrait: Nineties supermodel Cindy Crawford (2-L) and Casamigos co-founder Rande Gerber’s (L) son (R) ‘is doing better’ since his rebellious streak, and it’s partly due to the coronavirus quarantine keeping him out of trouble
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