Journalists horror after her saucy pics are used to tout OnlyFans subscribers

A stunning journalist has had her pictures stolen and uploaded to OnlyFans.

Viri Mercado, a Mexican reporter who works for the Televisa network discovered someone had taken her saucy pictures and was selling them without her knowledge.

The journalist also discovered several catfish social media accounts using both her name and her images.

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Viri took to social media to expose the fake accounts, which are claiming to sell X-rated images of her.

She also asked her followers for help in getting her stolen pictures taken down.

Posting on Instagram and Twitter, she said: “Guys help me report this account @virimrkd_ since I AM NOT ME! I DON'T HAVE ANOTHER ACCOUNT OR ONLY FANS, I'm already blocked so I can't report HELP ME.”

Despite her pleas, the catfish account remains active and continues to post erotic messages.

According to Continental, the fake account tweeted: “Help me boost my Twitter account! 1:Retweet my post 2:Follow my Twitter @ViriMrkd_ 3:Send me a PM the word "Squirt" to get 10 free nude pics and 3 videos."

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Another of the false posts said: "Playing with my new toy now, Watch me until I cum Join my live access here."

The tweet also featured a link to the alleged erotic post that Viri would star in.

As well as OnlyFans, the journalist claims the fake account is operating on another site called Fansmine.

The publication claims that the site is a network rife with fake accounts and catfishing. Adding that it has a very low reputation on the Internet.

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