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Liz Cambage is the latest athlete to join OnlyFans.
The Australian basketball player has now officially announced her career switch into the adult industry, taking to social media to share the news.
The 2.03m-tall Aussie confirmed her arrival on the subscription-based platform by tweeting a hyperlink to her OnlyFans account accompanied with a halo face emoji.
Despite only being posted recently, the announcement has already racked up a ton of views on Instagram as well as thousands of quote tweets on Twitter alone.
And it seems she has already posted on the popular paid service too, telling her new followers: "Welcome to the party xx."
On the court, Cambage is one of the best in the business.
But off it, she is starting to build up a following on social media which has seen her rub shoulders with some of the biggest athletes on the planet.
The 30-year-old has never shied away from posting racy pics on Instagram to her 850,000 followers.
However, she also appears to have a tight friendship group consisting of other NBA megastars, posing for pictures alongside LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Shaquille O'Neal.
Quickly emerging as one of the most-talked-about female basketball players in the game, Cambage's decorated career on the court has been littered with controversies off it.
The towering Las Vegas Aces centre was recently found guilty of "bringing the game into censure" following a verbal and physical altercation with Nigerian players during an Olympic warm-up game back in July.
She managed to escape without a playing ban.
Prior to that, reports emerged of some "behavioural concerns" while Cambage was in the Australian Olympic team set-up.
On top of the ugly clash with rival teams, it was reported that Cambage broke the team's COVID-19 protocols while in Las Vegas.
Speculation suggested she was facing the axe for her actions, but she decided to take matters into her own hands and walked away from the team herself just a matter of weeks away from the Tokyo Games, citing mental health concerns as the reason for her withdrawal.
Now, a few months on from her heartbreaking Olympics omission, Cambage has started her OnlyFans venture following a number of fellow Aussie sports stars to join the popular site.
Most notably, former Supercars driver Renee Gracie has become an Only Fans sensation, claiming to rake in up to $25,000 a week.
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