Mum trolled after making £40k from sexy pregnancy pics spends £2k on security

A model has been brutally trolled for cashing in on her pregnancy.

Carla Bellucci isn’t letting her blossoming baby bump get in the way of her OnlyFans career.

In fact, it’s made her more popular than ever on the adults only subscription site.

The mum-of-three has earned upwards of £40,000 from her bump pictures – and even plans to live-stream her birth for a fan who is paying her £10,000.

Cashing in on her pregnancy hasn’t gone down well with critics though.

In recent weeks, Carla has received so much online abuse that she no longer feels safe in her own home and has had to pay thousands for security.

Glam model Carla told the Daily Star: “The trolling has become horrific since I have been pregnant with people even wishing harm to me and my unborn child and wishing my other children harm.

“I get trolled everyday and threats to be beat up.

“It’s horrific – I don’t get people's problems!

“I think trolls are sick individuals and need help and need to stop obsessing over someone they don’t know.”

While some berate Carla for being on OnlyFans, other social media users send death threats and racist abuse to the Bellucci family.

In one vile DM, a troll tells Carla: “I hope your baby dies. Actually nah not just your baby – all of your children.

“What chance are any of them going to have with a disgrace like you for a mother.”

The messages continue by making personal attacks about the mum’s appearance and calling her a “waste of space”.

Disturbingly, the anonymous keyboard warrior even tells Carla to take her own life.

Instead of rising to the disgusting comments, the social media star ignores them.

Carla describes trolls as having a “cult like” mentality.

She said: “They watch my every move and even call the police on me. The police are always so supportive and are amazing.”

To combat these problems, the mum has spent £2,000 on home security to give herself peace of mind.

She said: “We got the security system installed three weeks ago and we have put sensors in every room.

“I fear for my safety, these people are vile. We also have outside cameras too all around the house and it has cost us thousands.”

It’s not the first time Carla has taken drastic measures to deal with trolls.

Back in 2019, she was branded the “most hated woman in Britain” after admitting to blagging a nose job on the NHS.

The mum was forced to flee her home after having her car and house pelted with eggs.

At the time, Carla admitted she’d brought the criticism “on herself” but hated the way it was impacting her life and children.

If you are struggling with trolling, you can get support from Samaritans.

Call the Samaritans 24-hour helpline on 116 123, email [email protected], visit a Samaritans branch in person or go to the Samaritans website.

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