Fans fear for Tziporah Malkah after 'distressing' video

Tziporah Malkah shared this photo to her Facebook page in May this year. Photo: Facebook/TziporahMalkahOfficial.

Warning: contains content that may be distressing to some readers.

Former model Tziporah Malkah has sparked fears from fans after sharing - then deleting - a distressing video of herself on Saturday, her 46th birthday.

In the minute-long clip shared on her Facebook account in the early hours of the morning, the model and one-time fiancée to billionaire James Packer tearily claims that she is a “prostitute”.

“Hello everyone, I am a prostitute,” Tziporah, who was formerly known as Kate Fischer, says.

“Well, not quite yet but I do need money,” she adds.

Fans fear for Tziporah Malkah after she shared a 'distressing' video. Photo: Facebook/TziporahMalkahOfficial.

Many of her followers have taken to the comments section to express their concern for the star’s wellbeing.

“Is anyone close by to her? She's not in a good place and needs help,” one asked.

“This is distressing. I hope your friends and family are reaching out now,” wrote another.

“Tziporah I hope you are okay and just having birthday shenanigans,” said one.

In the video Tziporah appears teary. Photo: Facebook/TziporahMalkahOfficial.

“Please someone get this poor woman some help. This is a tragedy,” said another.

“Here if ya need anything or maybe just someone to talk to Tziporah. Look after yourself lovely, stay safe,” one offered.

Since sharing the post, Tziporah does not appear to have replied to any of her fans’ inquiries.

Yahoo Lifestyle has reached out to Tziporah’s publicist Max Markson for comment.

Tziporah changed her name after converting to Judaism while living in the US, and after returning to Australia in 2011, revealed that she was living at a boarding house due to reduced circumstances.

She appeared on the 2017 season of I’m A Celebrity where she lost a dramatic amount of weight.

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