OnlyFans star's Maui wildfire fundraiser shut down after offering nude photos for donations
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The OnlyFans star who set up a Maui wildfires fundraiser has had her campaign shut down.
Wildfires tore down the historic town of Lahaina earlier this month, with the death toll currently standing at 114 people, according to officials.
Famous faces have been doing their bit to help out, such as Oprah Winfrey at an emergency shelter – with some also appearing to enjoy a holiday on the island at the same time.
And in an effort to help, OnlyFans model Mariah Casillas decided to set up a GoFundMe campaign.
However, in a more unique way of raising money, the Honolulu resident promised to send nudes to those who donated $10.
Also known as ‘Lavaxgrll’, on August 14 the 22-year-old shared her campaign on socials, originally writing: “F**k it, sending nudes to everyone who donates at least $10 to my Maui wildfire fundraiser.
"I love this beautiful island too much. Retweet and DM me after donation, I’ll be checking.”
She wrote on the campaign: "If you have had the privilege of visiting Hawaii, I hope you will consider donating to the place and people who made all of that possible for you."
But only two days later, her GoFundMe campaign was shut down as it reportedly reached $6,000.
The fundraising site says that ‘offers, promises, rewards’ made or offered by users violates its Terms of Service.
It is also prohibited on the site to ‘raise funds or establish or contribute to any fundraiser with the implicit or explicit purpose of promoting or involving 'offensive, graphic, perverse or sensitive or sexual content'.
Casillas shared the news her fundraiser had been taking down, and later revealed she was moving it to OnlyFans, telling fans: “Drop your donations on my pinned post and let’s get to work. $10 = 1 NUDE.”
Some X users slammed her, writing: “Using a deadly natural disaster to promote your OF. Really?” and also provided links to other fundraisers.
But others put: “If every dime is going to the victims then why not! It’s for a good cause,” as Instagram users thanked Casillas for ‘helping Maui’.
The wildfires in Maui are now the deadliest in US modern history.
If you would like to donate to the Hawaii Community Foundation’s Maui Strong Fund, which is supporting communities affected by the wildfires, click here for more information.
You can also donate to the American Red Cross, which helps provide food, medical supplies, shelter and water to those impacted. Find out about other ways to help here.
UNILAD has contacted GoFundMe for comment.