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A model who says she arranged to donate money from sales of her racy calendar to a charity has been left feeling "confused and disappointed" after they appeared to U-turn on the agreement.
Alaw Haf, from Mold, Wales, told North Wales Live that she had agreed with the charity － which she is choosing not to name － that she would donate £5 for every calendar she sold.
The 24-year-old is a "leading contributor" on the website OnlyFans, where she models underwear and shares glamour shots in return for subscriptions from people across the world – makes £5,000 a month.
Alaw said she agreed to cover the costs of a studio, a photographer and her outfits, and said she would dedicate a month in the calendar to the charity, which they are said to have agreed to.
She said: "I approached the charity when the concept was just an idea.
"I explained what I wanted to do and how I wanted to work the donation with a percentage of the sales…. the calendar wouldn't be nude and I would like to donate the month of January to them, to which they agreed.
"Everyone at the charity was happy with what had been discussed.
"I was then directed to their 'legal team' to complete the sign-up and just to tie down the finer details.
"From there, I booked a studio, purchased new outfits, and agreed with printers on quantities and costs for the calendar to go ahead."
Ms Haf was then left feeling "confused and disappointed" when she received an email stating that the charity was to pull out of the agreement.
She said that, after days of trying to get an explanation, the charity told her that they had "certain rules about nudity and explicit content" and that they "roughly follow Instagram's community guidelines".
The model added that she believed all the images she posted on her public accounts are "well in line" with Instagram's guidelines.
She also believed their decision was unfair, as she wouldn't have expected the charity to publicise the calendar themselves:
"I just wanted them to accept the high sales that I knew it was going to do and accept my donation.
"It was quite hurtful that they effectively labelled me with the stigma of OnlyFans after I had explained to them several times that I wouldn't be shooting nude and the calendar had nothing to do with OnlyFans."
Alaw went ahead with the calendar and said they sold out within a week, but said she was unable to turn to another charity as she had to recoup the costs of rebooking the shoot.
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