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OnlyFans star and adult film actor Renee Gracie has insisted that one of the “many reasons” that led to her motorsport departure was due to the “toxic environment.”
The 27-year-old Aussie has found huge fame and popularity after switching to a subscription-based service like OnlyFans and transitioning to porn.
Gracie was previously a driver for both Paul Morris Motorsport and Dragon Motor Racing and competed at the likes of Aussie Racing Cars and Porsche Carrera Cup Australia.
The former racing driver claimed that it is difficult “for a female” in the sport and she was “treated differently than everybody else.”
Speaking to TMZ, Gracie said: “I left for many reasons. It was a toxic environment. Difficult for a female obviously. I got treated differently than everybody else.
“It was just an extremely taxing environment and industry to be in unfortunately for my mental health.”
The Brisbane-born star boasts large followings on social media, with 68k followers on Instagram and 91.6k followers on TikTok.
Gracie has also amassed a whopping 463,000 likes on OnlyFans and charges her fans a $5 subscription fee per month for a peek at her racy content.
The adult film actor previously attempted to use funds from her OnlyFans success to make a sensational return to motorsport.
However, Gracie’s return was shut down after supercars officials claimed she was only using the sport to “sell more videos.”
Gracie admitted that she initially struggled after leaving the sport and “didn’t know what I wanted to do” ahead of her success on OnlyFans.
“I had a bad year in between where I wasn’t racing. I wasn’t racing. I didn’t know what I wanted to do,” she explained.
“I was lucky enough when I left racing my fan base actually grew. I had more people following me. I wasn’t controlled by managers and sponsors and stuff.”
Gracie added: “I really miss that exhilarating pressure and the push to always be better. That’s why I started racing.”
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