Wrestling star Penelope Ford opens up spicy OnlyFans account while injured

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All Elite Wrestling star Penelope Ford has created an OnlyFans account while she has been out of the ring due to an injury.

The star is one of the original talents who signed with AEW back in 2019. Penelope is also married to fellow AEW star Kip Sabian.

Despite competing in several matches over the years, the Philadelphia, USA-based wrestler has been out of the ring for a long time.

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According to reports, her absence has been due to an ‘injury’ AEW CEO and President Tony Khan confirming she is on the injured list.

Khan was responding to a fan on Twitter after Penelope had been out of action since January 2022.

However, she had kept herself busy on social media sites including streaming Twitch.

Now, the wrestler has turned to a different type of entertainment content in a bid to earn some extra cash.

Penelope has officially announced that she has opened up an OnlyFans account on her Instagram. The post read: “No one asked, but I made an 0F”.

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According to Ringsidenews, her OnlyFans bio reads: “Professional wrestler, gamer girl, Sims lover, and dog mama.

“A little bit of a nerd, very artsy, and a whole lot of weird. Subscribe to see a different side of me Although this is exclusive content, my content will be wholesome, but still spicy enough to leave you wanting more.

“Don’t be dumb, all this content is copyrighted, make sure to read the terms and agreements to Onlyfans. Plus I own this sh!t ENJOY MF’s”.

In other OnlyFans news, ex-WWE star CJ Perry has revealed that her plans to start an OnlyFans account led to a rift with her husband Miroslav Barnyashev – better known to wrestling fans as AEW's Miro.

During her recent appearance on Renee Paquette's The Sessions, CJ explained that Miro had not been happy with her posting explicit photos and videos online as the reason she opened a BrandArmy account.

“Actually, nudity is not allowed on BrandArmy,” she said, “so Miro didn’t really feel comfortable with me doing OnlyFans and Miro’s very traditional, and very like perception person, and I’m the opposite.”

But CJ says she thought that they would be missing out on a significant amount of income by not putting her photos on a subscription platform”.

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