Tanning Mom Salon Owner — We Didn’t Make Her Skin Look Like ‘Tree Bark’


Exclusive0510_patricia_krentcil_splashThe owner of the salon where Tanning Mom went for regular UV treatment insists there”s NO WAY he”s responsible for turning her into a walking baseball mitt — because her kind of tan isn”t from a normal tanning bed.

City Tropics owner Anthony Ruccatano tells our sources, Patricia Krentcil”s extremely dark tan is more likely from a special sponge-on tan used by bodybuilders — and it was NOT provided by City Tropics.

Anthony claims, “On stage [bodybuilders] look normal because the lights are so bright, but when they come outside it looks like tree bark.” He adds, Patricia looks like she was “dipped in chocolate.”

Anthony says Patricia paid $99 a month for unlimited tanning treatments at his facility — tanning approximately 20-25 times a month.

Anthony also tells us, Patricia”s 5-year-old daughter never even entered the building the day she was allegedly burned on a tanning bed — but he previously told other media outlets the girl was in the building, just not in the tanning room.

As far as a Tanning Mom ban goes — Anthony says, “I don”t know if that”s legal to do. So I wouldn”t do it.”

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