Instagram Deactivated The Account Of A Nude Model Who Raised Thousands For Australia Fire Relief
Nude Models Sell NSFW Photos to Raise Money for Australian Fire Relief - Rolling Stone
Military ships and aircraft have been deployed to coastal communities in Australia; Jeff Paul reports. One outspoken model has claimed that Instagram shut down her account after she decided to sell naked photos of herself to benefit Australian wildfire relief. Despite her benevolent intentions, Ward alleges that Instagram shut down her personal account on Saturday, effectively cutting her off from spreading news of the campaign with her 50, followers. The influencer posted a reported screenshot from the app to Twitter, explaining her account had been deactivated due to "sexually suggestive content.
Nude Models Are Selling NSFW Photos to Raise Money for Australian Fire Relief
A model says she's raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for Australian bushfire relief by offering nude photos in exchange for donations. Kaylen Ward, 20, is now calling herself the Naked Philanthropist on social media. The Los Angeles influencer and online sex worker was recently looking at coverage of the fires in Australia and wondered how she could help. That's when she had an idea.
The California resident has worked as a nude model since August At around 10pm on 3 January, Ward tweeted a nude image of herself — with an angel emoji acting as a modesty strip — alongside a list of charities her followers could fund. The cause is a personal one for Ward, who was affected by the Carr and Camp fires in northern California in Ward explains that she is offering something people were already prepared to pay for.