Woman accuses grocery store of 'prejudice' after she's thrown out for 'inappropriate' outfit

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By Carina Murphy

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An OnlyFans star has claimed she faced "prejudice" for being "hot" while shopping in a Miami grocery store.

Brazilian content creator Iara Ferreira recalled the embarrassing incident in an interview with the Daily Star.

She described how she was out shopping in Miami when an employee approached her. He too was Brazillian and - according to Ferreira - that was how he recognized her at first.

However, the staff member was not simply coming over for a friendly chat. The content creator claims that he kicked her out of the store because of what she was wearing - and because she was "hot".

"I felt humiliated, I was in shock when he took me out of the market screaming. My look was not scandalous. I wear it in Brazil, on a daily basis, and I never went through that," she said.

Ferreira did not reveal exactly what she was wearing when the incident occurred, or what store she was in. However, she felt very strongly that the discrimination came about because of her personal good looks.

"The employee accused me of something I didn't do, for me it's prejudice just because I'm hot," she argued, before going on to reveal that he told her he knew her from OnlyFans.

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"The employee recognized me, he knew what he was saying and doing," she said.

According to Ferreira, this isn't the first time she's been humiliated in public for wearing sexy clothing. She recalled an occasion in Brazil when she went to the beach in a thong swimsuit - only to be ridiculed by three women.

"They've come to me asking: 'You're the clueless one who sells nude photos, right?' I was scared. I took my things and left the beach," she claimed.

Ferreira feels strongly that "hot women also suffer" because of "envy" from other "repressed" women. She explained that, because content creators often wear daring clothes out, or are likely to be recognized from their online profiles, they are at particular risk of being discriminated against in public.

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Woman accuses grocery store of 'prejudice' after she's thrown out for 'inappropriate' outfit

vt-author-image

By Carina Murphy

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An OnlyFans star has claimed she faced "prejudice" for being "hot" while shopping in a Miami grocery store.

Brazilian content creator Iara Ferreira recalled the embarrassing incident in an interview with the Daily Star.

She described how she was out shopping in Miami when an employee approached her. He too was Brazillian and - according to Ferreira - that was how he recognized her at first.

However, the staff member was not simply coming over for a friendly chat. The content creator claims that he kicked her out of the store because of what she was wearing - and because she was "hot".

"I felt humiliated, I was in shock when he took me out of the market screaming. My look was not scandalous. I wear it in Brazil, on a daily basis, and I never went through that," she said.

Ferreira did not reveal exactly what she was wearing when the incident occurred, or what store she was in. However, she felt very strongly that the discrimination came about because of her personal good looks.

"The employee accused me of something I didn't do, for me it's prejudice just because I'm hot," she argued, before going on to reveal that he told her he knew her from OnlyFans.

wp-image-1263163361 size-full
Credit: Dan Rentea / Alamy

"The employee recognized me, he knew what he was saying and doing," she said.

According to Ferreira, this isn't the first time she's been humiliated in public for wearing sexy clothing. She recalled an occasion in Brazil when she went to the beach in a thong swimsuit - only to be ridiculed by three women.

"They've come to me asking: 'You're the clueless one who sells nude photos, right?' I was scared. I took my things and left the beach," she claimed.

Ferreira feels strongly that "hot women also suffer" because of "envy" from other "repressed" women. She explained that, because content creators often wear daring clothes out, or are likely to be recognized from their online profiles, they are at particular risk of being discriminated against in public.

Featured Image Credit: agefotostock / Alamy