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US girl sells her nude photos to raise $700k for Australia fires. Instagram deactivates her account

Kaylen Ward, a US-based social media influencer is selling her nude photographs to raise donations for Australian bushfire and has managed to collect a whopping amount of over $700K (over INR 5 crores) within 2 days.

Kaylen, 20, whose Twitter username reads ‘The naked philanthropist’, took to Twitter on January 4 and announced that she will send nudes to every person who will donate at least $10 to fundraisers for the wildfires in Australia.

“I’m sending nudes to every person who donates atleast $10 to any one of these fundraisers for the wildfires in Australia. Every $10 you donate = one nude picture from me to your DM. You must send me confirmation that you donated,” she wrote in her tweet.

Her donation drive got a massive response and she managed to collect more than $700k dollars in 2 days. She revealed the same in a tweet on January 6, which read, “An estimated $700K has been raised for the Australian Bush Fires in response to my tweet…. is this real life?”

An estimated $700K has been raised for the Australian Bush Fires in response to my tweet….
is this real life?THE NAKED PHILANTHROPIST (@lilearthangelk) January 6, 2020

Meanwhile, Instagram deactivated Kaylen’s account after she started this donation drive. She created another Instagram profile, which was also taken down by the company.

My IG got deactivated, my family disowned me, and the guy I like won’t talk to me all because of that tweet. But fuck it, save the koalas.THE NAKED PHILANTHROPIST (@lilearthangelk) January 5, 2020

There were allegations that Kaylen had been pocketing some of the money from the donation drive. However, she cleared such speculations with a tweet. “For everyone saying that I pocketed some of the money, there’s absolutely no way I could’ve done that, nor would I. Every person who has donated has sent it directly to the organisation or charity of their choice and sent me a confirmation that they did so,” she wrote.

Australia is engulfed in smoke as multiple bushfires have flared up. The massive fires have burnt nearly 5 million hectares of land and have caused the death of more 500 birds and animals.

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