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ABC reporter Tony Armstrong DENIES joining OnlyFans after a fake profile was made in his name

ABC reporter Tony Armstrong DENIES joining OnlyFans after a fake profile was made in his name










ABC reporter Tony Armstrong has denied he’s joined adult subscription website OnlyFans.

The 31-year-old former Australian Rules player confirmed he’s not behind the verified account on Thursday, writing on Twitter, ‘It’s not me?’

For the paltry sum of $6.80 a month, the account purported to offers fans candid selfies of Tony at home, with the bio teasing that it will deliver ‘what you didn’t know you needed ;-)’  

Not happening: ABC reporter Tony Armstrong (pictured) denied he’s joined adult subscription website OnlyFans on Thursday evening

The account’s first post reads: “Welcome to my OnlyFans. Good vibes only. 

‘I‘ll be posting a couple of times a week. All profits til the end of the month will go to RCD Foundation which raises funds for brain cancer research.’

But Tony insists he’s not on the raunchy website, which has seen a number of content creators – including other fitness trainers, comedians, musicians and clothing designers – join the subscription-based service. 

Subscription only: The 31-year-old former Australian Rules player confirmed he's not behind the verified account, which was recently set up in his name 'for charity'

Subscription only: The 31-year-old former Australian Rules player confirmed he’s not behind the verified account, which was recently set up in his name ‘for charity’

Devo: For the paltry sum of $6.80 a month, the account purported to offers fans candid selfies of Tony at home, with the bio teasing that it will deliver 'what you didn't know you needed ;-)'

Devo: For the paltry sum of $6.80 a month, the account purported to offers fans candid selfies of Tony at home, with the bio teasing that it will deliver ‘what you didn’t know you needed ;-)’

Everyone from Married At First Sight’s Hayley Vernon, Jessika Power, Ines Basic to Love Island Australia’s Charlie Taylor have joined the platform.

The announcement came after Tony was left red-faced while detailing cricketer Tim Paine’s bulging disc injury to his fellow panellists on Tuesday morning when he stumbled on the word ‘disc’.

‘Paine has a bulging d**k that has been… disc that has been – that’s a funny one – that has been causing him pain,’ he said as he tried to correct himself.

For fans: Everyone from Married At First Sight's Hayley Vernon, Jessika Power, Ines Basic to Love Island Australia's Charlie Taylor (pictured) have joined the platform

For fans: Everyone from Married At First Sight’s Hayley Vernon, Jessika Power, Ines Basic to Love Island Australia’s Charlie Taylor (pictured) have joined the platform

Oops: Earlier this week the ABC sports presenter had a hilarious slip of the tongue on Tuesday morning when discussing Tim Paine's bulging disc injury

Oops: Earlier this week the ABC sports presenter had a hilarious slip of the tongue on Tuesday morning when discussing Tim Paine’s bulging disc injury

When handing over the report to his co-hosts they immediately erupted into laughter and questioned which part of the cricketer was bulging.

‘Disc… I said disc,’ Armstrong responded before bursting into laughter himself. 

The team then handed over to weather reporter Nate Byrne who struggled to keep it together.

‘Why me? Don’t bring me into this. Is my mic working? I hope not,’ Byrne said while trying to keep a straight face.

Blooper: When handing over the report to his co-hosts they immediately erupted into laughter and questioned which part of the cricketer was bulging

Blooper: When handing over the report to his co-hosts they immediately erupted into laughter and questioned which part of the cricketer was bulging


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