Since last year, the 44-year-old rachel dolezal had announced that she would only share fitness tips

Rachel Dolezal, artist and activist who fights for the rights of the African-American community in the United States, is involved in a scandal after some of the photographs of her that she had published on OnlyFans were leaked.


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Apparently, since last year, the woman opened her account on said platform with the aim of obtaining money by sharing “playful” images and content for subscribers willing to pay a fee of $ 9.99 per month.

Her justification was that she couldn’t get a job because of her race type.

Also, from the beginning, Rachel, 44, announced that at least three times a week she would share “foot pictures” as well as fitness tips.

The detail is that the images that some of her subscribers leaked on the network show the activist born in Montana wearing a never-before-seen tattoo of the word “JUSTICE” on her right buttock.

In another photograph Dolezal is seen taking off her clothes with her bare breasts exposed towards the camera.

In this regard, Dolezal’s representative told the website dedicated to celebrity news TMZ that the lewd images were authentic. However, they clarified that the visual proposal was intended to “pay homage” to Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty lingerie line.

“She got her hands on the latest batch of lingerie and wanted to show it off to her subscribers,” she said.

It should be noted that this is not the first time that the activist mother of three children has tried to take advantage of her popularity, since she has previously dedicated herself to selling candy lollipops, makeup and even a sculpture of an electric chair for which she asked for $ 1,000.

And it is that the fame of Rachel Dolezal was even addressed in a documentary produced by Netflix in 2018, where the American woman of Caucasian descent who identifies as African-American is spoken, but who was forced to resign as president of the chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).

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