Model Sold her Nude Pictures to Collect Australian Wildfire Relief Fund

Raging fire in the forests of Australia killed more than 24 people and thousands of houses have been destroyed. These are the Worst effects of fire. Australia is famous for its biodiversity, where more than 500 million animals have been killed due to this raging fire. Most of them are koalas and kangaroos that are mainly found in the forests of Australia. 

'The authorities have feared that this fire may become more severe in the coming times. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced a decimal four billion dollar government support for the reconstruction.

A model says she's raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for Australian bushfire relief by offering nude photos in exchange for donations.



Kaylen Ward, 20, is now calling herself the Naked Philanthropist on social media. The Los Angeles influencer and online sex worker was recently looking at coverage of the fires in Australia and wondered how she could help.


"I was seeing all the posts on Twitter about the Australian fires and I was really concerned there wasn't a lot of media coverage and not a lot of people donating,"

That's when she had an idea. Ward already sells nude photos online, so why not do it for charity? On Jan. 3, she tweeted that anyone who sent proof that they'd donated at least $10 to a list of Australian charities would get a nude photo in their DMs.


The tweet took off, with more than 40,000 retweets, and Ward's inbox was soon flooded.


"I was expecting to raise maybe $1,000, but the tweet blew up," she said.

She's now hired a team of four people to help her sort through the thousands and thousands of DMs she's received. They've been working around the clock to verify donation confirmations as best they can and reply with the promised nude.



Ward said that by midday Sunday, they estimated more than $500,000 has been raised thanks to her campaign.


But Instagram spoiled her plan as they shut down her account by saying that claiming she'd violated the guidelines of Instagram.


In a screenshot posted by Ward, Instagram said she had posted "sexually suggestive content," though the model denies she broke any rules. She's tried to reach out to Instagram but hasn't heard back.