An OnlyFans model sending racy photographs to raise money for the Hawaii wildfire relief efforts has had her fundraiser shut down.
Mariah Casillas is a 22-year-old adult content creator from Honolulu, Hawaii who began raising money in a unique manner last week.
On Twitter, Mariah promised to privately send nude photos to anyone who donated $10 or more to her ‘Help Lahania Now’ GoFundMe page because she “loves this beautiful island too much.”
However, GoFundMe has now taken down the fundraiser despite Maraiah raising more than $7,400 in only a few days. According to TMZ, Mariah’s fundraiser was removed for violating the website’s terms of service under their “prohibited conduct section.”
Mariah, who goes by @lavagrll on Twitter, announced the shutdown but promised to raise money through OnlyFans. She said: “Gofundme took down my account but that isn’t going to stop me from doing what I can to help the people of Maui.”
Despite the setback, Mariah has promised she will continue to help those suffering due to the Maui fires, which is thought to be one of the deadliest American wildfire disasters in over a century with at least 106 dead.
Mariah wrote: “Now let’s take it to the OF [OnlyFans] y’all…Maui needs us!”
On social media, many people have praised Mariah for her efforts despite her unconventional methods.
One user said: ”This is a great way to raise a lot of money, good on you Lava!” while another person wrote: “Not all heroes wear capes…or clothes.”
Someone else commented: “If every dime is going to the victims then why not! It’s for a good cause. Let’s not make it seem that these agencies who raise money don’t do the same thing also to sell their business also! Let’s be real!”
Mariah has said she wishes to raise awareness as well as money for Hawaii during this difficult time.
In an interview with the New York Post, Mariah said: “I just want to get the word out — and for people to stop thinking it’s a gimmick. I love this Island and would do anything for it. The money isn’t going to me and it’s not a promo for anything but raising money.”
She added: “I’m just being the influencer, so to say, to try to get everybody on the same page to help and do what they can in this time of need.”
Mariah has said she has “put together a team” that will also be helping make sure the money goes to any local people affected by the Maiu wildfires.
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