US model Kinsey Wolanski ran onto the pitch during last night's match wearing nothing but a tiny swimsuit and a pair of trainers.
The model earned more than 1.9 million followers on social media in the aftermath of the streak, jumping from 316,500 on Friday to 2.2 million. And we all know that the higher the profile, the more chance of ad deals.
But it seems that fame might not be all it's cracked up to be for Kinsey, whose social media accounts have all since been deleted.
No reason has been put forward for this as yet - but while it may seem that the volume (or perhaps even the content) of replies to her posts have gotten too much for the model, there's also the possibility that Facebook may have deleted her accounts. Alternatively, this social media wipeout may even be an extended part of the stunt.
Looks like we'll have to wait and see on this one, LADs.
Kinsey is the girlfriend of YouTuber Vitaly Zdorovetskiy, who runs the channel Vitaly Uncensored. He describes his typical content as: "Pranks on another level, something you've never seen before, way too explicit for YouTube."
Taking to Instagram earlier, Kinsey had explained her motivation for the pitch invasion, writing: "STREAKING THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE! Life is for living, do crazy things that you will remember forever."
Replying to her post, boyfriend Vitaly wrote: "My fucking baby girl!"
She also shared a pic of Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Winks looking at her being carted off the pitch.
She wrote: "Did I distract #8 a little too much?" So, maybe Kinsey is to blame for the team's 2-0 defeat against Liverpool.
In the responses to her posts are anything to go by, people aren't too upset over the distraction, with one saying it was the 'highlight of the game' - presumably wasn't a red who wrote that.
Another hailed her as 'man' of the match, while a third simply said: "You're fucking awesome."
Apart from Wolanski's brief stint in jail, all of those involved in the stunt paid out absolutely nothing for essentially placing an ad for Vitaly Uncensored in a prime time slot - which is pretty good going, isn't it?
But just how much was the coverage worth? Well, it's a lot - according to sports betting and business expert Darren Rovell, it would've cost them $3.97 million (£3.14m) if they'd paid for advertising through official channels.
Saved yourself a fortune there, guys.
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