Adult Models Inspired By Woman Who Sold Nudes For Bushfire Aid Now Offering Their Nudes For Donations
The model who raised $700,000 for Australia’s bushfire crisis by sending nudes in exchange for donations has encouraged other women to do the same.
Kaylen Ward, 20, decided to use her influence to encourage donations to firefighters, charities and residents tackling fires that are currently devastating the country.
The American model and influencer started the generous scheme last week, and had already raised $100,000 for the cause in a matter of minutes. That figure soon grew into the hundreds of thousands, according to Ward.
Given the 20-year-old’s massive success – she received so many requests she couldn’t keep up with them all, meaning she had to put an end to the scheme – other women have joined the cause and offered to send nudes in exchange for donations.
One such woman is porn actress Riley Reid, who posted two photos of her posing with a koala bear alongside the caption: ‘I saw first hand how horrid the #AustraliaFires are.’
People & animals are dying & losing their homes. Please help spread awareness & donate. Email me proof of donation & I’ll send you personal photos &/or videos.
Another person jumping on board is adult content creator Jenna Lee, who again said anyone donating at least $10 to any of the fundraisers would receive a nude from her.
Since her fundraising efforts began on Saturday, January 4, Lee said she’s raised $40,000, telling the National Post: ‘We’re all real people with good hearts, so I just knew that this was going to blow up.’
And it being totally in my realm of capabilities, I think it would have been a disservice not to do it.
Model Emma Elliot also joined the fundraising efforts, tweeting: ‘Im [sic] joining these babes to help with #AustraliaFires #AustraliaOnFire. $10 donation or more with confirmation, nude sent in DM.’
At least 25 people have died in the fires since they began in September, with more than 100 fires continuing to burn across the states of New South Wales and Victoria alone.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has warned that the devastating bushfires raging in the country might go on for months, with temperatures expected to soar again by the end of this week.
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