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. Within one day, she had about 20, messages in her inbox with receipts. Ms Ward said she was moved to contributing to the fire cause after she saw harrowing photographs online. This picture taken on December 31, shows a firefighter hosing down trees and flying embers in an effort to secure nearby houses from bushfires near the town of Nowra on the NSW south coast. Despite her efforts, Ms Ward said some people have chosen to offer her pictures to people who haven't donated for free. Ms Ward's Instagram was deactivated after her post went viral, and she has since started a new account while she works on reinstating her original account.
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She had raised the impressive amount for the victims of the bushfire crisis in Australia, which has claimed 25 lives so far. You must send me confirmation that you donated. Ms Ward, currently on holiday in the Caribbean, says the response was so overwhelming she has hired four staffers to help her sift through the thousands of direct messages, verify donations and respond with a steamy photo.
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Ms Ward already has a business selling naked photographs of herself online and decided she would temporarily turn her talents to charity. Instagram later deactivated her account, but she set up a new one while she tried to get the original one reinstated. If more is needed and the cost is higher, then more will be provided. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here. Please wait Future London.
The California resident has worked as a nude model since August At around 10pm on 3 January, Ward tweeted a nude image of herself — with an angel emoji acting as a modesty strip — alongside a list of charities her followers could fund. The cause is a personal one for Ward, who was affected by the Carr and Camp fires in northern California in Ward explains that she is offering something people were already prepared to pay for. Ward is flattered that others are following in her footsteps.