Kourtney Elizabeth Reppert (born on April 8, 1986) is an American model and entrepreneur. She has been named "Philadelphia's Hottest Blonde" by WMMR, as well as "Philadelphia's Hottest Sports Babe" and "Model Of The Year" by the Phillies and Flyers.
She recently founded Super Mommie, a company aiming to build a community of like-minded mothers who support each other by providing simple and inexpensive products to use in their daily lives.
Early Life & Education
Kourtney Reppert was born and raised in Leesport, Pennsylvania, a small town about one hour away from Philadelphia. Growing up with three older sisters, her family was very involved in sports. Her favorite sport was softball; she pitched on her high school team and represented her high school in tournaments. She was active on other teams, as well, including swimming, basketball, field hockey, cross country, and volleyball.
After high school, Reppert attended Kutztown University. Although she dropped out to pursue her modeling career, she earned her esthetician license in the spring of 2011 at the Lancaster School of Cosmetology.
Kourtney Reppert's first break in the modeling industry came in a commercial for Constellation Energy. Following that, she was offered work as an extra on the set of National Treasure 2, the sequel to National Treasure.
After earning her cosmetology licence, she moved to Philadelphia to be noticed more. That year, she was recognized as the "Flyers Hottest Fan" on the Philadelphia Flyers' website and was on the opening post for the Philadelphia Phillies.
After receiving getting more recognition and getting involved in more photo shoots, Yahoo! writer Sean O'Brien approached her to see if he could write a sports piece on her modeling. That piece was expanded to two parts, as Yahoo! readers enjoyed it.
Later in her career, Kourtney Reppert moved to Los Angeles. Since then, she made appearances on Fox Sports, Sports Illustrated, Yard Barker, Hollywood Tuna, Guyism, and more. She has also been Jessica Simpson's stand-in model for all her advertisements and Macy's commercials.
On March 8, 2012, Kourtney Reppert started receiving emails from a man who threatened to kill her and her family. The threats arrived daily from multiple Facebook and Twitter accounts, as well as different email addresses.
The content of the online threats included warnings of posting the addresses and phone numbers of Reppert and her family and friends online. Other messages where he confirmed that he knew where she lived, as well as the date and location of a friend’s birthday party. He threatened to kill here and demanded that she ended her career as a model and move back near her family in Pennsylvania.
Scared for her safety, Reppert hired a private detective to track down the perpetrator. The FBI traced the emails and online postings to public library computers in Chicago. They eventually arrested a 47-year-old man named Luis Plascencia, who lived with his mother.
After the arrest, Kourtney appeared on television talking about her experiences with cyberstalking. The story was covered by media outlets like ABC News's Nightline and Good Morning America to tell her story.
Since 2014, she has been an advocate of mothers. In March 2018, she founded Super Mommie, an online community for mothers who are looking to ease the lifestyle for mothers and provide simple and inexpensive products to use in the process.