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A Premier League footballer slid into the DMs of Matt Le Tissier's daughter-in-law, who became a sex worker during the pandemic, offering her £600 for sex.
Alex Le Tissier turned to OnlyFans last year to help feed her four children and later appeared on TV as a cam girl for adult channel Babestation.
The 30-year-old is married to Southampton legend Le Tissier's son, Mitch, and has been abused by Saints fans online after a falling out with Le Tissier.
She's now revealed in an interview with the Daily Star that a Premier League player in his early 20s decided to try his luck via Instagram.
The DM is said to read: "Watching u online now, how much for a meet £600? Keep it quiet tho."
Alex later commented on the message and explained: "It was on Instagram and I didn’t respond as I was so offended.
"He earns so much money but only offered £600. I think he has been watching my shows at Babestation for a while.
"He must have thought because he is a footballer I would say yes but I know my worth."
Alex appeared in 'Olivia Attwood: Getting Filthy Rich' back in June and it saw her gain 2000 OnlyFans subscribers in the space of three weeks.
"I’ve had so many new subscribers and I was getting a sub every minute at one point, it was crazy!" she told the Daily Star last month.
"I’ve gotten a couple more thousand and it’s been mad. It’s not the end of the month yet so I don’t want to put a number on it and jink it but I will have earned nearly four times the amount I usually make."
Alex is a Southampton fan herself and supported the club before meeting Mitch.
She added: "They [Southampton fans] are just so mean to me. But every time I post a picture of me in a Saints kit I get more subscribers.
"When the documentary came out and I was in the press there were so many Saints fans slagging me off on my timeline.
"It’s fine because I don’t really know these people but it was a bit intense at times.
"I feel like a lot of Southampton fans hated me anyway. I don’t know what it is about football Twitter, they are just so mean.
"There are still a tonne of them that love me but 90% hate me."
Le Tissier's post-football career saw him work for Sky Sports until 2020.
He stepped down as Southampton club ambassador in April after retweeting a controversial post about Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Topics: Premier League