OnlyFans model who flashed New York City-Dublin portal reveals she made a fortune from the stunt

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By James Kay

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An OnlyFans model who claims that she shut down the New York City to Dublin portal has revealed how much money she got from the stunt.

The portal, which was intended to link NYC and Dublin has been plagued by people using it in ways that the creators didn't intend.

It turns out that if you give people something cool, they will find a way to ruin it pretty quickly.

The portal was shut down recently due to people using it inappropriately and an OnlyFans model has claimed responsiblity.

The portal was intended to link the two cities. Credit: Spencer Platt/Getty

Ava Louise, a prominent figure on social media with over 400,000 followers on Instagram, claimed responsibility for the disruption, saying: "I thought the people of Dublin deserved to see two New York, homegrown potatoes."

In short, she flashed her breasts from NYC so those in Dublin got more than they bargained for.

Video footage capturing Louise's revealing gesture circulated on social media, prompting organizers to temporarily suspend the portal's operations, according to reports from the New York Post.

In response to the incident, security personnel announced that the portal would remain offline for an extended period, citing the need to address the disruption.


While the Portal has seen its share of wholesome moments, Dublin City Council was forced to intervene due to what they deemed as "inappropriate behavior," including people showing images of the 9/11 terrorist attacks and offensive gestures.

Speaking out about her motive, Louise claimed that her actions were in retaliation for the controversial 9/11 imagery being shown from Dublin to NYC.

In an interview with the Daily Star, Louise defended her actions, claiming that while some criticize her, many consider her a hero for preventing what she perceives as harassment.

"I'm a hero," she declared.

Financially, the stunt proved lucrative for Louise, who revealed that she gained approximately $8,000 in new subscribers to her OnlyFans account immediately following the incident.

"Well, Dublin showed NYC the twin towers, so it was only fair I showed them my twin towers to save our city from harassment," she said.

The model expressed hope that her newfound exposure would attract more subscribers, particularly from Ireland.

The portal was shut down for lewd behavior. Credit: Spencer Platt/Getty

"I've gotten thousands, and made a lot of money because everyone wants to see what Dublin saw," she stated.

Responding to the incident, the Portals Organization emphasized their neutrality, stating: "As Portals Organization, we do not intend to suggest people to interact with Portals in any particular way."

Though it's doubtful they want it to be used in this manner...

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Featured image credit: Spencer Platt/Getty

OnlyFans model who flashed New York City-Dublin portal reveals she made a fortune from the stunt

vt-author-image

By James Kay

Article saved!Article saved!

An OnlyFans model who claims that she shut down the New York City to Dublin portal has revealed how much money she got from the stunt.

The portal, which was intended to link NYC and Dublin has been plagued by people using it in ways that the creators didn't intend.

It turns out that if you give people something cool, they will find a way to ruin it pretty quickly.

The portal was shut down recently due to people using it inappropriately and an OnlyFans model has claimed responsiblity.

The portal was intended to link the two cities. Credit: Spencer Platt/Getty

Ava Louise, a prominent figure on social media with over 400,000 followers on Instagram, claimed responsibility for the disruption, saying: "I thought the people of Dublin deserved to see two New York, homegrown potatoes."

In short, she flashed her breasts from NYC so those in Dublin got more than they bargained for.

Video footage capturing Louise's revealing gesture circulated on social media, prompting organizers to temporarily suspend the portal's operations, according to reports from the New York Post.

In response to the incident, security personnel announced that the portal would remain offline for an extended period, citing the need to address the disruption.


While the Portal has seen its share of wholesome moments, Dublin City Council was forced to intervene due to what they deemed as "inappropriate behavior," including people showing images of the 9/11 terrorist attacks and offensive gestures.

Speaking out about her motive, Louise claimed that her actions were in retaliation for the controversial 9/11 imagery being shown from Dublin to NYC.

In an interview with the Daily Star, Louise defended her actions, claiming that while some criticize her, many consider her a hero for preventing what she perceives as harassment.

"I'm a hero," she declared.

Financially, the stunt proved lucrative for Louise, who revealed that she gained approximately $8,000 in new subscribers to her OnlyFans account immediately following the incident.

"Well, Dublin showed NYC the twin towers, so it was only fair I showed them my twin towers to save our city from harassment," she said.

The model expressed hope that her newfound exposure would attract more subscribers, particularly from Ireland.

The portal was shut down for lewd behavior. Credit: Spencer Platt/Getty

"I've gotten thousands, and made a lot of money because everyone wants to see what Dublin saw," she stated.

Responding to the incident, the Portals Organization emphasized their neutrality, stating: "As Portals Organization, we do not intend to suggest people to interact with Portals in any particular way."

Though it's doubtful they want it to be used in this manner...

Fancy yourself a gamer? Think you can top our leaderboard? Then check out the new VT Games! From thrilling puzzles to classic card games, there's something new to play every day!
Featured image credit: Spencer Platt/Getty