Aubrey O’Day is being offered a huge six-figure sum to reveal her true self once and for all — and the company says it will only take an hour of her time!
As we reported, O’Day blasted reports claiming she was photographed in Palm Springs looking shockingly different than most of her pictures on social media.
Following the publishing of the pictures, the ‘Danity Kane’ singer vowed to take legal action against the paparazzi and posted a photo of herself inside her home to show her followers she isn’t even the woman in the photos.
But, the problem may have just turned into a huge business opportunity.
See The Offer!
Aubrey O’Day was just offered a very lucrative deal by CamSoda, one of the leading webcam companies, to show it all once and for all!
We obtained a letter, sent to the singer by the company, which lays out the specifics of the offer.
“Dear Ms. Aubrey O’Day,
I saw the unflattering pictures of you that are currently circulating the internet. I know you’ve come out against the pictures calling them “clickbait”, posting a selfie of yourself to prove to the world what you currently look like and have even threatened legal action,” the letter begins.
It continues, “I’d like to extend you an offer to come on CamSoda — a leading adult webcam platform — and broadcast yourself for the world to see. You won’t have to worry about being accused of “doctoring” or “photoshopping” photos. You will be live in the flesh and people can really see what you look like. You can set the record straight and tell your side of the story and maybe even answer some questions posted by users.”
“In return for your appearance on the site — the broadcast would last approximately one hour, either clothed or in the nude – we would be willing to compensate you up to $100,000.“
In the end, the company says, “Take some time to consider our offer. We’d love for you to make an appearance on our site.”
Aubrey O’Day has been on the warpath after she claims photographers snapped photos of a woman claiming to be the singer, and sold them to Dailymail.
After the photos were published, O’Day took to social media to address the situation, saying, “it’s so sick what ppl will do for click bait! and that my lawyer needed this photo to defend me against it.. when is this industry going to stop abusing women’s bodies! Sorry, my place is a mess, currently remodeling my glam room- I’m sure it’ll be written that I’m a hoarder next!” alongside a photo where she looks much different.
As we reported, her attorney spoke to PageSix and said “The person in the paparazzi photos is not the same person in the picture that Aubrey shared on Instagram, in that the photo has been altered in an unflattering manner.”