“Excuse me, TLC, I don’t perceive why you’ll need [to] air my storyline,” the Brazil native, 34, wrote on her Instagram Tales on Thursday, December 17. “I used to be afterall not the picture of healthful values you ‘mission.’ As TLC would by no means ever function anybody concerned in any type of grownup leisure.”
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“I took accountability for displaying my naked breasts, and accepted it for what it was; a menace, after which a dismissal,” she continued. “I accepted this from the identical community that has aired some felons and grownup entertainers. The hypocrisy is mind-blowing.”
“Now, you need to replay my story and make more cash from it. You might be showcasing it. What hypocrites you might be,” she concluded. “As soon as once more, thanks for the emancipation out of your community.”
Dos Santos Lima added the hashtag #SHAMEONYOUTLC.
The previous actuality TV star, who debuted on season 6 of 90 Day Fiancé together with her then-husband Colt Johnson, confirmed in September that she’d been fired by TLC “due to my present with [adult livestreaming platform] CamSoda.”
She did the racy stay occasion on September 14 to show off her new face and body after undergoing plastic surgery procedures value a reported $72,000. Dos Santos Lima had a nostril job and breast and butt augmentation.
A day earlier than she was let go by TLC, the OnlyFans star was arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers as she and then-boyfriend Eric Nichols ready to maneuver to Colorado Springs, Colorado, from Las Vegas. She was launched later that day however TMZ subsequently reported that the truth TV star had been “positioned in removing proceedings” and has an upcoming listening to to find out if she’ll need to give up to ICE to be deported from the U.S.
Dos Santos Lima was arrested twice in 2018 for home battery. Prices have been dismissed after the primary incident and he or she was not charged after her second arrest. She was arrested a 3rd time in January 2019 and charged with first-degree domestic battery following an alleged altercation with Johnson. Her lawyer later confirmed to Us Weekly in Might 2019 that the costs have been set to be lowered to disorderly conduct.
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