Model Receives Death Threats For Helping Women Identify Their Cheating Boyfriends
Twenty-eight-year-old Paige Woolen was contacting people's boyfriends and sending them messages on Instagram by way of flirting to gauge their response.
She received a variety of responses, with some of the men proving themselves to be faithful, but some showing their true colours to be somewhat less whiter than white.
However, seeing as her trick is now out in the open, she claims she's received a load of menacing messages containing some veiled threats, and some less veiled ones too.
One person went as far as to write: "Before you decide to crave attention be careful...
"Someone like you who chooses to get involved in a couple's affairs can end up dead. Just be careful.
"You don't want to end up with your throat slit or to never be found again. It's a dangerous world out there!!!!"
Paige shared the terrifying DMs during an Instagram Q&A with her 207,000 followers.
Defending her actions, the Los Angeles-based model wrote: "I've been receiving death threats.
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"Moral of the story is don't be a sketchy cheating f***face ... and you'll have nothing to worry about."
Explaining why she decided to embark on the mission in the first place, she said: "I had been noticing a lot of guys that DM me on my personal account had profile photos with their girlfriends.
"It got me wondering if their girlfriends know or care that they DM random girls with photos in their bikinis. I personally believe snitches get stitches but I felt like using the power of @dudesinthedm for good and helping out my female followers.
"I posted a story about DMing their boyfriends from my main account to see if they would cop to having a girlfriend or not.
"Surprisingly, most of them either didn't answer - or if they did, they said something mean or informed me they had a girlfriend.
"Only a few lied and said they were single."
However, Paige has also now admitted that she struggles to find a partner herself because some folks can't deal with her 'racy photos'.
She explained: "When I go on a first date, he's seen my Insta and assumes I'm a super skank... which I'm not. I like to take things slow and build trust."
Either way, she doesn't deserve to receive death threats for outing a handful of men for being trash.
Featured Image Credit: Jam Press
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