Lavagrll's nude Maui fundraiser shut down
An OnlyFans model who was using her naked photos to raise money for Maui wildfire victims has had her fundraiser shut down by crowdfunding platform GoFundMe.
An OnlyFans model who was using her naked photos to raise money for Maui wildfire victims has had her fundraiser shut down.
Mariah Casillas, uses the name Lavagrll on social media, set up a GoFundMe which involved her sending nude pictures to anyone who donated $10 to a Maui fundraiser and she raked in over $7,400 in just a few days.
She announced the initiative with the message: "‘F*ck it, sending nudes to everyone who donates at least $10 to my Maui wildfire fundraiser. I love this beautiful island too much. RT and DM me after donation, I’ll be checking ;)."
However, the fundraiser was shut down by crowdfunding platform GoFundMe after she was found to have violated the website's terms of service.
Speaking to TMZ, a GoFundMe spokesperson explained it was taken down because it violated the "prohibited conduct section" of the site.
All donors were also refunded by the website.
However, Mariah was undeterred and she moved the fundraiser to OnlyFans.
She tweeted: "Moved my fundraiser to OF. Free trial for 30 days right now. Drop your donations on my pinned post and let’s get to work $10 = 1 NUDE."
She told the New York Post's Page Six: "I just want to get the word out — and for people to stop thinking it’s a gimmick. I love this Island and would do anything for it. The money isn’t going to me and it’s not a promo for anything but raising money."
She wrote on Instagram: "Maui is a sacred, beautiful place and there are some horrible things going on right now. They really need our help.
"Casillas hopes using her role as an influencer can do some good.
"I’m just being the influencer, so to say, to try to get everybody on the same page to help and do what they can in this time of need.
"All of the proceeds raised will go directly to those affected by this disaster. I have put together a team to help me disperse these funds to the families, households, and those that need immediate relief.”