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Model offering nudes for Australia fire donations says she’s raised $700K
American model raises $K for Australian brush fires by sending nude photos to donors | KUTV
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She said in the past she has sent photos for money, and was hoping her regular customers would be interested in donating to a good cause. Within minutes, her private messages on Instagram and Twitter were bombarded by hundreds of people sending in their receipts to prove they had donated. The Texan model, who now lives in Los Angeles, has spent almost every minute since responding to the more than 20, messages she received with individualised naked photos. Ms Ward said she was motivated to use her following to contribute to the cause after photos surfaced of the catastrophic conditions.
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. Ward is especially passionate about raising funds and awareness for the Australian wildfires, as her own family had to flee the devastating Carr wildfire in California in summer