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Your Favorite Instagram Model Might Be a Prostitute

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Hookers are now allegedly using Instagram to find new clients.

Instagram is filled with Instagram Models – Insta-famous men and women who share photos sharing their assets, lifestyle, and photos. But one group is tracking down and revealing which of your favorite Instagram models are actually hookers.

According to Fox411, sites like The Dirty, Tag Your Sponsor, and Tag The Sponsor are being used to out women allegedly using Instagram to secure sex clients.

The Founder of TheDirty.com told Fox reporters that he began to see hookers using the social media app three years ago. “I started getting swarms of submissions to TheDirty.com from guys debunking female modeling careers because these women would constantly be flashing cash, private jet flights and exotic trips, but they had no jobs,” Richie told FOX411. “Their IG photos flaunted the ultimate lifestyle only afforded by rich men.”

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The blogger said he can tell the difference between a legitimate model and an Instagram prostitute based on their app activity. “For some reason these women need to brag about their façade; posting pictures on their IG of $25,000 dollar purses, red bottom shoes, cash and of course the selfies from a yacht in the South of France or Dubai,” Nik Richie said. “100 percent of their IG postings are fake set up situations to lure more men to ‘like’ their pictures.”

According to reports, these women use social media to attract future clients with seductive videos and photos. “The sexy photos and videos are always giveaways to lure people in. The vast majority of these women aren’t making money from modeling,” the source said. “Going to a beach in a bikini isn’t a paying job. You get no income for having 30,000 followers on IG. That $1/1K followers [rate] is pretty much the standard for any kind of endorsement deals, should a model secure one.”

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Apparently, these Insta-hookers are making $10,000 a night according to a source close to Fox411. At the end of the day people are using the social media app to find new clients, make money, and perhaps engage in illegal activity.

Via Fox411

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