Rangers-mad model Lana Wolf calls out fake Tinder accounts using her pics
Rangers-mad OnlyFans star Lana Wolf has blasted fake Tinder accounts pretending to be her just days after she urged men to "use their brains" online.
Lana Wolf posted the stark warning on her Instagram, where she regularly posts sultry snaps of herself in a Rangers football kit.
This time, the Only Fans star was forced to share something a little less fun and chose to upload a screenshot of a fake Tinder account to her story.
The account, which had been opened under the name of Hayle, a 26-year-old from Scotland, used an image of Lana as their profile photo.
Lana wrote the words "FAKE" in big capital letters over the snap and left the screengrab up for her followers to see.
On Sunday, April 11, Lana took to social media to warn her fans against fake accounts pretending to be her.
Lana said: "I'm getting a lot of screenshots and messages from people saying ah I thought I was talking to you for f****** ages and I realise I've been catfished blah blah blah.
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"Because there's a bunch of fake accounts going around of me. Like if you think I have been chatting to you outside of my paid page, then you're being catfished."
According to the star, some had even started conversations and asked punters for money, which Lana said she doesn’t need to do.
She said: "Also it's come to my attention that there's quite a common scam on Snapchat where people are taking content from people's pages and they're trying to sell it.
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"I don't need to do that, like use your brains. My OnlyFans does really, really well, all of my content is on there."
The fake Tinder scammers are more ironic considering Lana got herself banned from the app in March.
She said she downloaded the dating app but was kicked off after just one night before she had even spoken to any matches.
Lana, one of Rangers’ biggest fans, said: "Honestly, I have got no clue.
"I went on, posted two pictures of me fully clothed, didn’t attach my Instagram or anything like that."
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