A racy model was left feeling 'unsafe' after a fan 'stalked' her and took a photo of her home.
Australian content creator Taila Maddison claims a subscriber recently messaged her with a chilling offer, "Would you like coffee?", accompanied by a photograph of her residence.
A few weeks later, this same man followed up with another message, saying he spotted her at a cafe earlier that day.
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Taila, like many creators, depends on her online platforms for her livelihood. However, the 24-year-old says incidents like these not only jeopardise her personal safety but also threaten her ability to continue her work confidently.
She said: "Being a content creator does not give anyone the license to infringe upon my personal space or make me feel unsafe. I urge all subscribers and fans to respect our boundaries and understand that our online persona is not an invitation for physical intrusion."
Taila is sharing her experience to amplify the critical message that men, and indeed all individuals, need to recognise and respect the boundaries set by online creators.
She says pursuing or stalking someone, whether in the physical or virtual world, is a clear violation of their privacy and is never acceptable.
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Taila become infamous when she discovered her stepdad was subscribed to her OnlyFans page. She shot to fame for telling the tale on TikTok.
Since then, she's become Australia's 'most famous stepdaughter', selling her 'stepdad package' on OnlyFans, which consists of all the custom videos her stepdad paid for.
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