A former supercar racer who gave up the sport to begin a career in adult films has hit out about at Instagram, claiming her pictures are being removed from the platform.
Renee Gracie was Australia's first full-time female supercar racer but she quit to sell nudes online.
After she started her new career, she got a tattoo of a chandelier inbetween her boobs, but she has slammed Instagram and claimed some of her pictures were deleted.
She captioned one of her latest photos: "My photos getting removed is really getting old now."
The 25-year-old uses her social media as an important part of marketing her photo selling platforms, including OnlyFans.
It's now her main source of income, after she quit racing almost four years ago. Since then, she's been earning more than ever.
Speaking to Australia's Daily Telegraph, she said: "It has put me in a financial position I could never have dreamed of and I really enjoy it.
"I am fine with whatever they want to call me. I am earning good money and I am comfortable with where I am at."
She explained that she just lost the passion for the sport, and now says she is happy with her new career.
She added: "I got over it and realised I wasn't good enough and moved on.
"I was then selling cars at a car yard, busting my a***, and a couple of fans suggested I do OnlyFans and it started from there."
Starting by selling just nudes, she made almost £1,700 in her first week. She quickly moved on to share videos of her having sex.
Her family is behind her career choice too, Gracie said: "Believe it or not my dad knows about it and supports it.
"I think you could say my Dad is actually proud because of the financial position I am in and what I have been able to do with the site.
"You look at what I have achieved not what I am doing, it has been a success."
She now earns up to AU $90k (£49k) a month, and is planning on buying her first property soon.
Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@renee_gracie