OnlyFans model. Before she began sharing racy snaps online, Alysia left college to start earning money in the US Air Force, where she quickly rose up the ranks. READ MORE: 'I'm a lawyer and I refuse to dress conservatively - my outfits show cleavage' During her time in the military, Alysia also competed as a bodybuilder as well as building her growing fitness brand, and she revealed her superiors began to take issue with her side-hustle of sharing racy snaps on social media.“It was tough because I was always bending rules,” she recalled, speaking on the No Jumper podcast. “That’s kind of how I got known because I was a bodybuilder.“I was big on social media for the military.
Nobody in the military had a big following like me.“You remember when side-by-side pictures were really popular? Like on-duty [next to] off-duty and you’d see a chick in uniform.”During her time off-duty, Alysia would pose in revealing outfits and compare the saucy pictures with images of her in uniform as she claimed this unusual behaviour put senior officers on alert.She explained: “I could wear a bikini and I didn’t do anything wrong, I was just bodybuilding; I even did it for the airforce.“But I definitely got in trouble, because obviously I was showing a lot of skin.”In fact, Alysia revealed her racy modelling even led to the end of her military career after higher-ups drew the line when she used her military uniform to promote her fitness work.“To get an Article 15, it’s basically just like the military is done with you… They got mad because I did a side-by-side.“I was selling a waist trainer, and I had one [picture] where I was in uniform, and one next to it in a waist trainer.“Technically if someone looked at that they could be like,.Read more on dailystar.co.uk