OnlyFans model kicked out of £18k-a-week villa after ‘taking bikini pic in pool’

A glamorous model felt discriminated against when she paid to rent a pricey holiday property.

Karley Stokes forked out $26,000 (around £18,000) a week to stay in the Florida house for a week.

She brought seven friends along with her and planned to shoot yoga videos together during their trip.

They were excited to check into the luxury pad on May 25 – but say they got bad vibes from the property manager who showed them around.

After they splashed thousands to rent the space, the content creators were felt “uneasy” when they were branded “porn stars”.

Karley said: “(The property manager) acted like everything was OK but after leaving she looked up our Instagram accounts and came back several hours later.”

She continued: “She claimed that she knew we were going to be shooting porn at their location because of our past Instagram posts.

"We always told her that no we were not – we were using the time to hang with friends as a mini vacation to relax, meditate and work on yoga."

Lifestyle coach Karley, who has a successful page on adult subscription site OnlyFans, felt discriminated against by the company.

She claimed: "She acted like we were doing something wrong and it made me super uneasy.

"She collected all of the guests drivers' license IDs and made copies of them.”

Karley said: "The property manager kept acting like we were doing something wrong and kept warning us not to have a party or to do porn outside.

"There was only six of us there and we were just all sitting relaxing, so her saying this to us was really offensive.

"The whole time she was saying the spiel we were all just kind of rolling our eyes because she was blatantly discriminating against us."

While the influencers thought that would be the end of it, they were turfed out of the property by a security guard the following day.

Karley claims the reason for the termination of the week-long lease was due to an Instagram picture, which she had shared hours earlier.

The image in question shows the model in the pool, posing in her bikini.

Karley said: ”We were in the backyard at the pool – where I had taken an Instagram picture – and at about 1pm, a hired security guard showed up at the house and tells us our lease has been terminated and that we have to leave or they would call the police.

"In that moment we were like 'call the police' because we weren't doing anything wrong.

"It was literally crazy how they were acting like we were doing something illegal, when all of the guests were completely clothed in swimsuits and we were having a BBQ in the backyard.

"We were forced to leave after not even being there 24 hours."

The influencer filmed a clip of the security guard searching the property for signs of damage – and then rang the property manager to ask for a refund.

The holidaymakers were allegedly offered a partial refund as they stayed in different hotels for the rest of the week.

But they say they haven’t received their $26,403.20 (£18,600) charge back – including a $5,000 (£3,530) security deposit.

In her original message to the owner, Karley had described the group and the nature of the stay: "Four international couples from the Midwest meeting in SWFL.

"We plan a seven-day holiday in your amazing estate if you decide to accept us.

"We are all digital yoga instructors and the reason we picked your holiday home is because of the beautiful and spacious garden.

"The place is perfect for our two times a day live-online workout and since the house is isolated, will be perfect for our meditation practice and filming. Looking forward for being your guests."

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The property owners claim this message was “misleading” and accused the group of breaking house rules.

They told the group: "This message is to confirm that we are cancelling this booking due to a violation of house rules and the misleading information provided in your booking details.

"We will be in contact with you regarding the amount of refund we can offer.”

Karley continues to chase up the property owner and rental company for a refund but hasn’t had her money back at the time of publication.

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