OnlyFans star sparks outrage with racy billboard advert – but wont take it down

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    An OnlyFans model has come under fire for displaying a large billboard which promotes her racy content at a crossroads.

    In what is understood to be a first in Australia, Savannah aka WC Savage has herself displayed across a super-sized poster in a suburb of Perth, Western Australia.

    The advertisement shows her posing in a bikini alongside a QR code which links directly to her OnlyFans page.

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    The sign has drawn the ire of local businesses and parents alike, who say such an advertisement is inappropriate in such a public setting.

    Both the local council and Savannah are thought to have come under a barrage of complaints but Savannah is staying resolute and says she will not take the board down unless she is ordered to by the authorities.

    Speaking to Perth's 6PR, she said: “Obviously, people are concerned about children seeing this picture of me in a bikini at the beach, which I think is a little far-fetched.

    “But each to their own. Obviously, the fact that OnlyFans is an adult content-creating website that caters to adult entertainment.”

    According to reports from local media, the majority of complaints stemmed from children following the links or the QR code from the advertising board.

    The model however hit back and said it was nonsense the children would be able to 'stumble upon' her content.

    “OnlyFans actually have layers of protection to stop underage people from accessing the site,” she said.

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    “You need to have your license. You need to have a credit card even just to access the free site.”

    Savannah also said what children do online is not for her to police.

    “If young teenagers are scanning this QR code, then there should be parental blocks in place placed by their parents on their iPhones, tablets and computers and things like that, to stop them from being able to access sites like this and other sites that do create explicit content,” she argued.

    Local mayor Mark Irwin told 7NEWS it the council had no power to order it to be taken down as it was not breaking the law and that its fate rested ultimately in the hands of the owner.

    “Content and editorial control of what is displayed on the billboard is a decision made by a private entity,” he said.

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