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Former Stripper Says She Had Her Tyres Slashed By Customer's Wife

Former Stripper Says She Had Her Tyres Slashed By Customer's Wife

A former stripper claims she had her tyres slashed by a customer's wife.

Stephanie Palomares, from Las Vegas, USA, switched to selling photos online following some uncomfortable encounters stemming from her work in gentlemen's clubs. One such incident saw the 26-year-old's tyres burst.

Stephanie has turned her back on stripping. Credit: Jam Press
Stephanie has turned her back on stripping. Credit: Jam Press

Recounting how her car was vengefully vandalised, Stephanie said: "If you're a regular at whatever gentlemen's club I'm working at, and you're a big spender, I will exchange phone numbers.

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"One of my regular guys' wives obviously saw we'd been texting, so she figured out what club I was working at - then came out and slashed all the tyres on my car. And the tyres on his car too.

"She wasn't too smart about it. She didn't realise there's security cameras all over the parking lot, for the security of us dancers. She didn't do it again."

Stephanie now makes a living online. Credit: Jam Press
Stephanie now makes a living online. Credit: Jam Press

Stephanie now makes a living online, amassing 1.7 million followers on Instagram and selling photos on OnlyFans.

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She said: "I definitely think that Insta and OnlyFans is way easier and safer than being at the strip club.

"It's touch-free entertainment and you don't have to worry about anyone knowing your exact location."

Stephanie feels it is safer making a living online. Credit: Jam Press
Stephanie feels it is safer making a living online. Credit: Jam Press

However, she added quarantine has caused 'problems' with her relationship with fans.

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She said: "I definitely feel like quarantine has made people not have as much social interaction as they are used to.

"So now through the Internet people get more obsessed with you because they feel you are the only social interaction and like they know you.

"I wonder if they know how this behaviour causes problems for me."

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Jake Massey

Jake Massey is a journalist at LADbible. He graduated from Newcastle University, where he learnt a bit about media and a lot about living without heating. After spending a few years in Australia and New Zealand, Jake secured a role at an obscure radio station in Norwich, inadvertently becoming a real-life Alan Partridge in the process. From there, Jake became a reporter at the Eastern Daily Press. Jake enjoys playing football, listening to music and writing about himself in the third person.