Footballer Madelene Wright enjoying Dubai trip after setting up OnlyFans page

Ex-Charlton Athletic Women's footballer Madelene Wright is revelling in her Dubai trip after launching an OnlyFans account.

The 22-year-old has been in the hotspot since the festive season and has posted a number of scantily-clad pictures of herself soaking up the sun.

Madelene was sacked by her club in December after the Daily Star revealed Snapchat videos of her inhaling balloons at a party and swigging champagne at the wheel of her Range Rover.

She is making the most of her time away from football with one photo showing the blonde beauty clutching a cocktail as she overlooks Dubai's night skyline. She added the caption: "No risk, no story."

Another sees Madelene lounging on a balcony in a bikini with the words: "Night vibe."

Madelene started her OnlyFans page weeks after being let go by Charlton. The stunning footballer decided to showcase her talents off the pitch.

She is calling on her 254,000 Instagram followers to subscribe to her page, which carries the tagline: "Angel face, devil thoughts."

Viewing Madelene's exclusive pictures sets her fans back around £24 a month. It came after fans had suggested she create a page for the racy subscription service in response to some of her stunning Dubai shots.

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One wrote: "Should make an OnlyFans, love." Another commented: "OnlyFans is a good shout."

In January last year, adult actress Katie Loulou told the Daily Star that she was fed up of fans confusing her with Wright.

Katie's raunchy photos were being shared on WhatsApp with admirers claiming they were of the ex-Millwall player.

Ms Loulou says she has even tried to contact the footballer – only to have been blocked.

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After leaving Charlton in December, Madelene is said to have been remorseful about the incident that led to her dismissal.

Road safety charity Brake told the Daily Star: "Driving and alcohol simply do not mix. When you’re behind the wheel you’re in charge of a potentially lethal weapon which requires full concentration and zero impairment to do so safely.

"We urge all drivers to never drink alcohol any amount of alcohol and drive and certainly never do both at the same time."

A spokesperson for Charlton Athletic Women added: "The club were made aware of the video and quickly investigated the incident.

"As a club, we are disappointed with the behaviour which doesn’t represent the standards the team upholds.

"The player is remorseful and has now left the club."

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