OnlyFans stunner Madelene Wright has not given up on returning to football despite earning a small fortune on the subscription site since being sacked by Charlton Athletic.
The club let the 23-year-old go after she was filmed allegedly inhaling a balloon and drinking champagne while sat in the driver's seat of a Range Rover.
But as one door closed in late 2020, another one opened for the already popular Madelene who has gone on to become a bona fide social media star with over 250,000 Instagram followers.
The former footie player's OnlyFans account boasts over 15,000 likes as fans fork out £24-per-month for her content, earning her a reported annual income of £500,000.
Despite this, Madelene has not ruled out making a comeback but admits Britain's top clubs may be put off over her scandalous sacking.
She told SunSport: "I haven't given up on football. Up until December I trained with a professional coach because I want to keep my options open.
"Football is my passion and I dreamed of becoming a pro when I was a kid so it has a very big place in my heart."
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Madelene was in the stands for the FA Women's Cup final between Arsenal and Chelsea last year but admitted it was "hard to watch".
It still however only added to her desire to return to the game.
She said: "I miss playing. I went to watch a women's game at Wembley recently, and as much as I loved it and was happy for the girls, there was a bit of sadness. It was hard to watch."
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Talking about the incident that led to her being sacked, Madelene added: "I was young, I was messing around with friends, and I didn't really understand the position I was in and responsibility I had.
"When it all happened, I also understood how many people I had let down.
"I felt guilty, embarrassed and disappointed in myself that I showed myself in that light."
The 23-year-old is now determined to continue bringing in a decent income and wants to do that on the football field.
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