A gorgeous NFL cheerleader claims she was fired from her job with the Indianapolis Colts after naked photos of her were leaked online.
Kristin Elise, 28, from Austin, Texas, worked as a cheerleader for the team for little over a year before she discovered a fan had stolen her private nudes and shared them on Reddit.
She claims the fan took them from OnlyFans, which has strict content-sharing rules, and posted them to the site without her permission.
NFL bosses then found out about the saucy pictures and Kristin claims she was fired from the job she "loved."
The blonde babe told Jam Press she felt "heartbroken" after she was cut from the cheerleading squad and added that the Indianapolis Colts was one of her favourite teams.
Kristin said: "I loved being able to be a part of the game and enjoy it from the field," she told Jam Press.
"I also loved being able to dance and cheer on one of my favourite teams, expressing that part of myself and being a part of the whole organisation. I was fired towards the end of the season due to my naked photos being leaked on Reddit.
"I started putting my modelling photos on OnlyFans when it first launched in 2016, having been doing nude shoots for over five years.
"The organisation sent me an email letting me know I was terminated from the cheerleading squad. I felt heartbroken."
Despite her dismissal, Kristin doesn't blame the NFL for what happened and said it is "ultimately" her fault for breaking their "rules and guidelines."
She claimed the organisation is "very conservative" however, and said it does not "allow their cheerleaders to do nude modelling."
Kristin is now moving on from the situation and is focusing all her energy on her modelling career.
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She said: "I really enjoy what I do full-time.
"It gives me the freedom to creatively express myself, which has been super empowering.
"I have nothing but the utmost respect for the Colts organisation.
"Although I was really disappointed that I had to give up my cheerleading and dancing career, I feel much more empowered in supporting myself and owning my own business."
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