An Instagram star who could be facing jail after stalking Premier League footballers earned a small fortune by eating Percy Pig sweets in the nude for her online fans.
Orla Melissa Sloan, 22, pleaded guilty to stalking Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount and his former teammate Billy Gilmour, as well as harassing fellow Blues star Ben Chilwell, at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday.
The model will be sentenced at the same court on June 20 and has been warned she could face a jail term for the stalking offences
But prior to her recent legal woes, the model was raking in the cash after deciding to quit her job as a cashier in M&S to sell X-rated content on adult streaming platform Fanvue.
In an interview last April she boasted of earning £50,000 in four months by streaming naked videos of herself on the site munching on the popular children’s confectionery.
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“They can’t get enough of them… a Percy Pig fetish group developed through my subscribers,” she told the Mirror.
“It’s been so empowering becoming my own boss and choosing which hours I work,” she added. “It’s much easier for me to treat my friends and family thanks to the financial security I now have as an adult creator on Fanvue.”
The influencer had already earned a loyal band of followers on social media before that thanks to stunts like dancing round the aisles of Asda while dressed in a bikini.
She shared a clip of the incident with her 18,000 TikTok followers and claims the stunt earned her a lifetime ban from the supermarket.
Sloan has more than 87,000 followers on Instagram with whom she frequently shares videos of her various globetrotting exploits to exotic destinations such as Indonesia and Greece.
Sloan, from Exeter, pleaded guilty to causing “serious alarm or distress” by stalking Gilmour between September 10 and October 28 last year.
She also admitted stalking Mount between June 19 and October 28 last year, as well as causing harassment to Chilwell between October 20 and October 29, 2022.
District Judge Neeta Minhas adjourned sentencing to June 20 for reports to be prepared, telling her the most serious offence, against Gilmour, crossed the custody threshold.
She was granted unconditional bail.