Onlyfans slurry flips out in Canberra
A woman who mounted a car with her 4WD after a heated argument about protests is using her newfound fame to spruik her OnlyFans account.
A woman who “accidentally” mounted a car with her 4WD after a fiery argument about protests has used her newfound fame to spruik her OnlyFans account.
Chantal Jasmine-Fox, 26, was issued a fine for negligent driving on Sunday afternoon following the road rage clash in Canberra on Saturday morning.
Moments before slamming into the vehicle and crushing its bonnet, she was filmed in an foul-mouthed screaming match with a group of protesters at a traffic light.
“What are you doing you f**king bogan slut, get the f**k out of Canberra and go get a job and find something better to do,” Ms Jasmine-Fox shouted at the woman filming her.
She outed herself on Sunday after footage of the interaction went viral, writing on social media: “parked my car on an anti-vaxxer”.
After writing the post she was inundated with abuse on her Facebook and Instagram pages.
“I hope Chantal does kill herself,” one woman wrote.
“You’re a scumbag mate,” another said.
In addition to the death threats, others linked Chantal’s mother’s social media and urged other people to “let her know what a fine daughter she raised”.
The 26-year-old responded to the abuse in a since-deleted Instagram post.
“If you’d like to insult, degrade, belittle, condemn or attack me, please do so on an appropriate platform,” she said.
“I will also be donating 50 per cent of funds from this chaos to lifeline and some personal small businesses who have been impacted by this movement lately.”
She then provided a link to her OnlyFans account.
The account is free to subscribe but users must pay for various sexually explicit videos and photos.
Ms Jasmine-Fox was praised by some parts of the community.
“Worthy of Australia of the year nom (nomination),” one person wrote.
“I support you, will you marry me,” another added.
“We love your work,” another person said.
The clash came as thousands of protesters stormed Canberra to rally against vaccine mandates.
Up to 10,000 of the group were told by ACT police on Saturday they needed to move on within the next 24-hours.
Ms Jasmine-Fox was reportedly seen driving around Canberra arguing with protesters before the bizarre run-in.
The scenario was filmed by a woman known only as Emma.
By Mitchell Van Homrigh
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