Ferreira said that at the time she was the only person in the unnamed establishment and said she felt she was targeted because the employee who dismissed her had seen her on OnlyFans before.
She added: “The employee accused me of something I didn't do, for me it's prejudice just because I'm hot.”
The model said she believes people who create content for OnlyFans and other such sites face discrimination because they are recognised by other internet users and might choose more daring clothes to wear outside the house.
Ferreria continued: “I've recorded in public, but always in a discreet way, without embarrassing other people. And the employee recognised me, he knew what he was saying and doing.
“He commented that he knew me from OnlyFans. It was a shame.”
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