OnlyFans Model Raises £6.5 Million In Two Weeks To Buy Two Football Clubs
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A Playboy model is using her OnlyFans page to drum up funds in the hope of buying a professional football team.
Daniella Chavez is desperate to purchase her beloved Chilean club O’Higgins F.C.
According to Vice, the club is based in the model's home city of Rancagua, which is just south of Santiago, and is in the country's top league.
The news outlet claims the team comes with a $20 million price tag.
Incredibly, she's managed to earn $8 million on OnlyFans in just a few weeks, according to her Twitter account.
Llevo recaudado 8 millones de Dólares.. hoy veo en las Noticias que la dirigencia de O’Higgins no me quieren vender.. Porque los critiqué en redes sociales Jajaj si hacen mal la pega obvio que los voy a Criticar! Ricardo Abumohor dijo que el club estaba en venta! Y prefería que. pic.twitter.com/BzFFk7ez6V— Daniella Chavez (@daniellachavezc) July 28, 2022
For people doubting her, she's posted screenshots of her OnlyFans earnings and it's a hefty amount.
She's not playing around and it sounds like she has big ambitions for O'Higgins F.C. if she does get to have the keys to the castle one day.
Chavez told Chilean radio station ADN: "I believe that with my management team, we can do things better, return to Rancagua a winning team, with aspirations.
"Not playing just to participate. I want a winning team that fights for everything.”
She calls herself a long-time O'Higgins fan and wants to help elevate the club to new heights.
The club was forced to issue a statement about Chavez's fundraising campaign after someone from ownership group said there were no plans to 'sit down to talk with her'.
Chavez launched into a tirade and accused O'Higgins of sexism and said they didn't like her because she's a woman and raising the funds in a unique way.
The O'Higgins board responded to the furore by stating (translated from Spanish): "Faced with press articles in digital media that have stated - with reserved sources - that the Abumohor family rules out the sale of the club to a particular person, we want to clarify that this information is erroneous and does not represent the values of the Abumohor family.
"Although the club has previously stated that it is open to the incorporation of new actors or investors to promote the growth of the institution, these proposals must be formally presented to the leadership that heads the club.
📰 Respecto a publicaciones en la prensa y redes sociales, O'Higgins FC y su directorio desean aclarar públicamente lo siguiente: pic.twitter.com/CpZlFnc9z2— O'Higgins FC 🇧🇼 (@OHigginsoficial) July 29, 2022
"We cannot consider as real, concrete or formal, interests manifested through social networks.
"We are a serious institution publicly recognised for its values."
The club rejected the notion that they would be opposed to someone 'based on their origins, race or social status.'
Chavez accepted their statement and said she's now laser-focused on raising the money needed to buy the club.
She said once she has the cash she will be trying to tee up a meeting with O'Higgins.
Vice reports Chavez has already invested in a lower third division team in the same city.