Sexy Brazilian influencer Geisy Arruda has claimed that she has romped with between 8 and 10 strange men in a swingers club.
The curvy 32-year-old actress, who boasts 4 million Instagram followers, made the revelation during an interview on the YouTube channel 4TalkCast with Victor Sarro and Marina Mantega.
Arruda admitted to visiting swingers clubs, where couples often go to swap sexual partners, adding: “Few men go alone. They are mostly couples who go there and, generally, it is the woman who instigates involvement with other people.
“I am not the kind of person who keeps count, but I’ve already had about eight or 10 at the swingers club.”
The busty influencer added: “But it was not just me giving. I took it here, I sucked it there.”
The actress even admitted that she has been recognised at the swingers club and did not like it, adding: “They ran after me in the maze. I got angry. The place is very dark but they still recognised me and when that happens, I become the centre of attention and everyone wants a piece of me.”
During the interview, she also said that she has been offered money for sex in the past but always declined: “I have never had sex for cash, but I did have sex with a guy with a lot of money who helped me pay off my card. He was my sugar daddy.”
She added: “If sex is exchanged for money, it loses all concept of pleasure for me.”
She also spoke about how she wants to be seen by the public: “The image I want to convey is Geisy, who everyone knows, the same Geisy who was harassed 11 years ago because of a short dress. I still wear short clothes, but now I have four million followers, I monetise a lot. I make money from the internet, I have three books and a podcast of narrated short stories. People pay to listen to my stories.”
In October 2009, Geisy, an undergraduate student in tourism, went to university dressed in a short dress and was harassed by some of her fellow students.
She was forced to leave the grounds dressed in a jacket and escorted by police who dispersed the crowds with pepper spray.
The following month, the university announced that they had expelled her for “disrespecting ethical principles, academic dignity and morality”.
The university’s decision was subsequently slammed as sexist by the National Union of Students and the decision was reversed.
However, she decided not to go back to the university and the whole incident made her a national celebrity.