Footballer Maddie Wright has shared a cheeky snap of her rear with her Instagram followers as she soaks up the sun in Dubai.
The OnlyFans star posed with one leg up on the rail of a luxury yacht while on a boat trip in the United Arab Emirates.
Maddie, 22, who was let go by Charlton Athletic last year, shared the picture with her quarter of a million Instagram followers along with the caption: "Cheeks on deck."
One fan responded with a string of heart-face emojis, while another simply two "fire" icons.
The London-born blonde recently said she wasn't sure when she would come back to the UK after spending the past few weeks in Dubai.
She has shared a number of videos on her Instagram story of her training at the gym, or soaking up the sun by the swimming pool.
Earlier this month, Maddie set up an OnlyFans account, charging fans £24 for her exclusive pictures.
Announcing her arrival on the website, which allows supporters to pay for content from their favourite stars, she wrote: "Let the games begin."
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Currently, Maddie has 2.4k likes on OnlyFans.
Maddie was let go by southeast London club Charlton after videos of her swigging champagne while driving and at a party where people were inhaling from balloons were uploaded to Snapchat.
After the videos were released, a spokesperson for the Addicks said in a statement: "The club were made aware of the video and quickly investigated the incident.
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"As a club, we are disappointed with the behaviour which doesn't represent the standards the team upholds."
After saying the player had now left the club, they went on: "The club would like to make it clear that although the behaviour is not acceptable, the player's welfare remains important to us and she will still have access to the club's support channels if needed."
Maddie later admitted making "mistakes" in an Instagram post, adding that such experiences "have the power to turn you into something better than you were before".
In October 2019, she was investigated by former club Millwall after she filmed from the backseat as her friend who was driving a car put her dog's paws on the steering wheel.
Road safety charity Brake later branded the video, which was shared on her Instagram story, as "careless".
A spokesman for the club told the Daily Star: "Millwall Lionesses are extremely disappointed by the footage and will be reminding all players of their responsibilities as role models as part of a full investigation into the matter."
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