Porn star Lana Wolf has revealed several fake profiles on popular dating app Tinder are using her photos.
The glamour model, who is known for her dedication to Rangers, shared some of the profiles that have stolen her photos on her Instagram stories.
OnlyFans babe Lana reckons her popularity on social media has increased the chances of people using her photos to catfish users online.
On one profile called LW, Lana commented: “Not me (crying laughing face emojis) everyone knows I am banned from tinder.”
The fake Tinder profile featured the words “Attempt #2
“Not adding social since I get banned! If you know you know.”
The second fake profile used a photo of Lana in her beloved Rangers top with the name Hayle, to which Lana simply responded “fake”.
Lana recently stunned her Instagram followers after asking them if they wanted to join in for a threesome.
She posed the question to fans before heading out to TRNSMT festival in Glasgow with her boyfriend.
Lana captioned an image of her and her boyfriend kissing with "Who’s coming back for a 3-way with us tonight then? #TRNSMT".
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She was not short of offers as fans and fellow adult stars reached out in the comments.
Emily Blake simple wrote "Meeeeee" before another adult star offered the suggestion "can we make it a 4 then".
There were also a number of fans jealous of her boyfriend with comments such as “I’m just sitting here thinking lucky git”.
Fans of Lana’s at the festival also posed for photographs with her, which she then uploaded onto Instagram.
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Lana is often seen at Ibrox Stadium cheering on her beloved Rangers in one of their kits, which she wears in a number of racy photos on her social accounts..
She recently teased bitter rivals Celtic with a TikTok video telling followers to send it to a Celtic fan.
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