Ballerina sells her used underwear to kinky fans during lockdown – and makes R1,6m a month

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Yaela Vonk. (PHOTO: Instagram/@YaelaVonk)
Yaela Vonk. (PHOTO: Instagram/@YaelaVonk)

This woman is securing her bag with her stinky undies.

A former ballerina is raking in £75 000 (about R1,6 million) a month for selling her used underwear and sports shoes to her kinky fans online.

According to The Sun, Yaela Vonk from the Netherlands makes a fortune online by selling her underwear to fans she meets on OnlyFans.

Yaela trained as a ballerina at the prestigious Royal Conservatory of music and dance in The Hague but has since exchanged dancing for selling her saucy snaps and undies.

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The 36-year-old is planning to use her earnings to buy a house.

“My fans just love to buy up used underwear, socks, even smelly sports shoes,” Yaela told the Mirror.

“The stinkier the better, apparently!

"I don’t even need a washing machine – just get the clothes dirty, send them out, and then I buy new ones!"

The former dancer is currently staying in Amsterdam until she’s able to fly back home to Spain.

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After training as a ballerina, she started working as a go-go dancer in Ibiza.

She recently started selling her photos and videos online to make some money – and since the lockdown business has been booming.

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Take me back to Buzios Brazil ??

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Yaela believes she’s very lucky.

“I’m very sad to know about the businesses that have gone bankrupt due to coronavirus, and I feel very sorry for the many people that due to this situation are without a job or money,” she said.

“Many of my former dance colleagues aren’t able to do their jobs now,” she added.

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But since selling her snaps online she’s more than financially secure.

“I never expected that so many men would like to pay so much for me, I’m so grateful for that!” she said.

Source: The Sun, Mirror

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