Instagram model raises £80k for Aussie bush fire victims by flogging nude pics

A stunning Instagram model has raised over £80,000 for victims of the Australian bush fires – by flogging naked selfies for £10 a pop.

Kaylen Ward has already sent out over 20,000 topless snaps – but stone-hearted Instagram bosses BANNED her account in response.

The Texan model, who now lives in LA, has spent nearly every waking minute responding to each donation with personalised racy pics.

She claims to have been disowned by her family for the stunt – but says the repercussions are worth it if she "saves the koalas".

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She said: "It's devastating and any normal person would be concerned and want to help.

"I saw so much media coverage about other things happening in the world, like when Notre Dame burned down and lots of people were posting and donating, but I didn't see a lot of people doing that for Australia.

"Someone sent me $5,000, so I'm sending 50 pics and videos.

"My IG got deactivated, my family disowned me, and the guy I like won’t talk to me all because of that tweet.

"But f*** it, save the koalas."

She asked her followers to donate directly to a list of charities helping with the bush fires – including NSW Rural Fire Service, Victorian Country Fire Service, Red Cross, and a handful of koala hospitals.

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Anyone who sent proof of donation would then be treated to an individualised nude snap.

Kaylen had only hoped to raise "a few thousand dollars" – but was blown away by the level of support.

But some killjoys started sending out her pics for FREE – meaning people didn't need to donate to see her naked.

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She raged: 'People that have donated are offering my nudes for free to those who haven’t. Honestly y’all are so sick and you’re about to ruin it for everyone."

"When I first started I was nervous, super anxious. But five minutes later, my inbox was flooded and those thoughts went out the window."

Charitable Kaylen has promised to repeat the stunt for the next natural disaster.

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