Bella Thorne just swore she’s “been good all year.” The 23-year-old singer, actress, and “Life of a Wannabe Mogul” author added a giant wink, though, with her Thursday Instagram update coming as a giant undies flash, also shouting out Christmas. Bella, followed by 24.3 million and this year in the news for her OnlyFans join, proved it’s going to be a very sexy Christmas this year. The former Disney star’s three photos all showed off the curves, and they didn’t hold back. Check it out below.
Scroll for the photos. They come some months after Bella earned herself $1 million in 24 hours for joining adult subscription site OnlyFans, with the “Infamous” actress going on to net herself $2 million in under a week.
The photos showed Bella in a red-and-white Santa hat and indoors. The famous redhead kicked off with a naughty vibe, with her facial expression saying it all as she leaned forward and teased her outfit while showcasing parted lips. And it was one heck of an ensemble.
Bella’s swipe-right then showed her shot from behind. The Florida native was rocking thigh-high white and frilly stockings, with fans seeing the star’s booty as she wore lacy white shorts forming undies that also peeked a red thong. Sheer white gloves matched the lowers, with Bella also wearing a no-bra and criss-cross white corset flaunting her killer cleavage.
Bella then took to her caption, writing: “Santa come find me I swear I have been good all year 😉 Zoom in on everything in the background there’s a lot goin on.”
Bella, who snagged herself over 250,000 likes in just 45 minutes for her photos, was quick to be wished happy holidays by fans, but it’s been a different story over summer and fall 2020 as the star was slammed for her OnlyFans presence.
Click here and swipe for the undies shot – scroll for more photos. Bella, who was charging $200 for nudes that weren’t nude and was alleged to have been behind OnlyFans introducing a $100 tipping cap after her join, hasn’t received the best feedback.
Bella took to Twitter to both defend her presence on OnlyFans and apologize to sex workers. The beauty said she was trying to “normalize” sex, then apologizing to OnlyFans’ some 750,000 content creators, writing:
“I wanted to bring attention to the site, the more people on the site the more likely of a chance to normalize the stigmas, And in trying to do this I hurt you. I have risked my career a few times to remove the stigma behind sex work, porn, and the natural hatred people spew.”