Born-again Christian sparks outrage after quitting the Bible to join OnlyFans

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    A born-again Christian has been hit with backlash after setting her Bible aside to join OnlyFans.

    Andressa Urach took to Instagram earlier this week to tell her 2.9 million followers: "Brazil, I've arrived on OnlyFans, I'm waiting for you there."

    She is charging subscribers £41 per month on the adult content platform.

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    The tattooed former Miss Bumbum contestant has previously worked in the sex industry but gave up her antics to devote herself to her religion.

    Back in 2016, the 35-year-old revealed she had joined the controversial Universal Church of the Kingdom of God.

    After joining she traded skimpy outfits for preaching but has since said she grew disillusioned with the church, telling how it left her feeling "deceived" and "used".

    In February 2021, Andressa faced backlash from her Christian followers after announcing plans to take part in the notorious beauty pageant Miss Bumbum.

    She then made headlines in September of that year for announcing she was taking up sex work again despite being pregnant at the time.

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    She announced her OnlyFans account on February 15, along with an image of her in a bikini posing on a boat.

    Netizen 'alifeformariaj' commented: "I can't be happy with Andressa's return to this world. In fact, I was happy for her leaving an abusive relationship.

    "However, for those who have followed everything she has gone through and realise that she is returning to what has already hurt her, do not hope to see her on this path.

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    "Be well, Dessa. Find your peace."

    And social media user Amanda Alves wrote: "You have your own business, you have a YouTube channel, you've just created a cosmetics brand outside of your work as a model… Lack of income it ain't.

    "Wouldn't it be better to lower your standard of living a little than to subject yourself to this?"


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