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Tanning Mom Patricia Krentcil Reportedly Wants To Move To England To 'Regain My Freedom'

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Patricia Krentcil (in 2012 photo) says tanning salon ban in New Jersey has her eyeing other side of the pond.
Patricia Krentcil (in 2012 photo) says tanning salon ban in New Jersey has her eyeing other side of the pond.

Tanning mom Patricia Krentcil has a burning desire to move to England, The Sun reports. Foggy, dreary London, to be exact.

Why would Krentcil, whose affinity for tanning is well documented, go where the sun doesn't exactly shine out?

Krentcil told the tabloid she's looking on the bright side: She can bronze away in London tanning salons, after being banned from the UV emporiums in her home state of New Jersey.

Stuck inside for the winter, Krentcil said slathering on bronzing lotion is no match for a tanning bed. She said she wants to "regain my freedom and live my life the way I want to. There’s no future for me here," according to The Sun.

Visit The Sun for the full interview with Krentcil.

Krentcil's oddball celebrity launched last spring, when photos of her unnaturally charred face appeared after she was charged with child endangerment for allegedly placing her then-5-year-old daughter in a tanning booth. She denies the charge.

In August, the so-called "tanorexic" mother of five was booted from her own roast for appearing drunk and unruly, the New York Post reported.

The Huffington Post has reached out to Krentcil and will update if we hear back.