Lauren Drain Kagan was once part of Westboro Baptist Church, which is known for being a hateful cult due to their “homophobic picketing,” however, she has since left the Church and is now focusing on her fitness journey.
Now, she is helping motivate her 4 million followers to start the New Year on the right foot by promoting her New Year Challenge — and she is doing so by flaunting her buns in a thong bikini.
Lauren Drain Kagan Lifts In Bikini
The fitness model is promoting her new fitness challenge as she is trying to motivate her followers to start 2023 on the right foot.
She posted a new Instagram Reel which shows the 36-year-old deadlifting while wearing nothing but a thong bikini.
“John my New Year Challenge starting Jan 22nd💪🏽 LaurenDrain.com for more details🙌🏼,” she captioned the video.
View this post on Instagram
The post grabbed the attention of her 4 million followers as comments poured in. “That’s hot🔥,” one user wrote as another commented, “I couldn’t train there.Id be looking at you .❤️❤️.”
A third chimed in, “Beautiful sexy lady sexy 😍😍😍😍.”
Lauren Drain Kagan Takes It To New Heights
In another post, the fitness model overcame one of her biggest fears — heights — as she jumped into a pool from the roof of a building.
“Tag someone that would jump?😝 FYI I’m afraid of heights🤦🏼♀️,” she captioned the Reel, which gained the attention of her 4 million followers.
View this post on Instagram
“Something that I have long admired about Lauren: her sense of adventure and her willingness to stretch her boundaries and experience new things,” one fan commented as another chimed in with, “You did it like a pro!! not that I would know. But looked great. 10/10.”
“Wow, that was gutsy, but you look nice jumping🔥,” another user commented.
Lauren Drain Kagan Reflects On Losing Her Family
The 36-year-old grew up as a member of in the Westboro Baptist Church, which is known for being a hateful cult due to their “homphobic picketing.” The Instagram influencer and fitness model was brought into the organization by her father when she was 14, but more recently, she left the Church and began her social media career, which has taken off.
When Lauren Drain Kagan made the decision to leave, she had thought her family would support her, however, that was not the case. “I’ve tried many times to stay in touch with my family,” Drain told Fox News. “Unfortunately, my father doesn’t really give me any room to do so. I’ve tried to reach out to my mother. She’s given me some feedback along the years, but not with any of my siblings. … I’ve done everything I can to reach out to them. I still continue to do so.”
She continued, “It’s just hard because when you get the feedback from your parents that it’s not wanted, you’re cut off from the family, you’re like a black sheep,” she continued. “… I still continue to hold hope. I just always want my siblings to know I’m here for them. I’m always here for them. If they ever want to reach out to me, I’m here.”