Soldiers warned to stay away from OnlyFans model offering discounts

Source: Instagram

The Canadian army is telling its soldiers to stay away from a woman offering a 25% discount for content and intimate encounters.

According to Ottawa Citizen, Christina Lea Gilchrist set up social media ads that targeted military personnel where she offered a steep discount for her services. Gilchrist creates content for OnlyFans and is a regular sex worker.

Her photos often show her in military-style outfits.

Though sex work is legal in Canada, the military says she broke the law with the “unlawful use of military uniforms.”

Despite the notice to troops, Gilchrist told the paper she is getting flooded with requests.

Gilchrist has maintained on her site that she is, nor ever been a member of the military.

The Royal Canadian Army said they found her business cards on a base in Kingston, Ontario.

The Army is threatening legal action against Gilchrist. She maintains she’s performing a legal service and her content is fulfilling a fetish.

© 2024 Bright Mountain Media, Inc. All rights reserved. The content of this webpage may not be reproduced or used in any manner whatsoever without the express written consent of Bright Mountain Media, Inc. which may be contacted at info@brightmountainmedia.com, ticker BMTM.

Author

Post navigation