A curvy Brazilian model has told how she left the church to become a convert to OnlyFans after being landed with crippling debts from a beauty pageant.
Tattoo artist Sabrina Almeida, 37, says she was hit by harsh financial penalties when she quit Brazil’s Miss BumBum World competition to turn to the church.
But while she enjoyed a spiritual high, her income plummeted almost forcing her out onto the streets.
Sabrina – better known to fans as Sabrina Boing Boing – said: “I know they will judge me, but only I know what I’ve been through.
“My faith remains the same. My sexy side spoke louder.”
Cover girl Sabrina explained: “I was in a totally spiritual phase and I dove in head first, but the secret is to seek balance.
“The bills were piling up and the character ‘Boing Boing’ paid my bills for 13 years. It was a turning point in my life.
“That’s why I went back to using sensuality, it would be hypocritical not to become part of the platform’s trends, because I’ve posed nude several times and besides, I’ve always liked to show off on social networks.”
The model, who also works as a tattoo artist and boasts 100 tattoos herself, added: “People called me a sinner, I was banned from going back to church. There was prejudice, yes.”
Sabrina, who currently boasts two-litre silicone breast implants and says she plans to double them in size, added: “I read the whole Bible because I’m stubborn. I haven’t found anything that says tattoos are related to sins.”
Speaking about her large breasts, she said: “I went back to the gym and my lower back is ready.”
She added: “The risk is in the long term. I won’t be able to keep this breast forever. I’ll enjoy it for three or four years, and then have a reduction. But it’s something I’m sure I want.
“My reference has always been to Pamela Anderson, but I’ve already exceeded that goal.”
But Sabrina, who has more than 235,000 Instagram followers, says she always felt more comfortable taking saucy snaps with little or no clothes on.
And she said she has earned more on OnlyFans in the last three months than she had in the last three years.
She added: “I don’t feel bad about it, life is made of moments, we are always changing and wanting to be happy, if this is doing me good I think people should respect and not judge.
“There are many women who are completely covered up and cheat on their husbands, and many pastors who hold forbidden parties. Nobody is a saint!”