Former MAFS star Seb Guilhaus has become the victim of a bizarre blackmail plot, with a hacker trying to extort thousands of dollars from him for his Instagram account. The OnlyFans star revealed to Yahoo Lifestyle that he recently had his Instagram hacked and was told he could only get the account, which is followed by 100,000 people, back if he pays $4,000.
However, when Seb failed to pay in time, the hacker sold the account to a random woman who now has access to his following, private messages and intimate material.
“When [the hacker] couldn’t guarantee me paying would get my account back he sold it to the girl who has been posting with my name on the account as it’s hers,” Seb tells us. “I’ve reached out to Instagram in every way possible and consulted a tech guy who says he can get it back for me, but really there should be some protection for a verified account.”
Seb is now planning on taking the matter to the police in a last desperate bid to gain his account, which he relies on to earn an income through his fitness programs and OnlyFans, back.
Speaking of his OnlyFans profile, Seb tells Yahoo Lifestyle he is proud to be a sex worker – and recently rebranded his profile into a “collab” account, where he'll film regular videos with other adult performers.
He also offers naked personal training videos, solo masturbation videos and takes “freaky custom requests”.
“The decision to begin collaborating for me was a natural one. I’ve always been very sexual and I’ve struggled with my self expression. This work truly does smash the divides between men, women, race and outlines one clear truth. We are all human, how would we live and interact free from our indoctrination,” Seb tells us.
“The creators I’ve met so far think outside the box, they don’t judge and they aren’t afraid of expression in any format. It’s liberating seeing how they move so freely in this world with so many unseen barriers. They are also so willing to support each other and nurse each other. I think this is due to the feeling of being ‘outsiders,’ ‘rogues’ and there needs to be the acceptance and care not provided by the majority in society.”
Seb initially joined OnlyFans in April with partner Ania Kilic and had a couples' profile, but the pair sadly split in September – leaving Seb unsure whether he should continue on the adult website.
“It’s been two months since my split from Ania. We are still extremely close, we speak and see each other regularly but have identified that right now we are not meant to be pursuing a relationship. We speak openly about everything and although Ania doesn’t like the thought of me entering this realm she understands and accepts the reasons that I’m doing it,” he says.
Seb recently filmed his first threesome scene with creators Audrey and Sadie, and is being mentored by close friend and award-winning porn star Mr Iconic.
He has started a new Instagram account under the handle @the_sebatron, which currently has 1,200 followers.
Seb addresses OnlyFans controversy
When Seb announced he was joining OnlyFans many fans slammed his decision, saying they were 'disappointed' in the reality star.
Some fans accused the reality TV star of “cheapening” himself, with one angered fan writing, “No just NO! I thought much higher of you than this.”
“Yuck. Some things should remain private,” another added.
Not long after posting, Seb addressed the controversy and negativity from his fans.
“Hahaha I thought this might be a little conscientious. Sorry to shock everyone,” he started.
“I don’t see anything wrong with being empowered sexually with someone I’m close to, and hopefully empowering others to embrace a very important part of life.”
He explained that he hasn’t changed as a person but just embracing a new life experience.
Addressing the backlash directly, he wrote how upsetting it is that people are so quick to judge.
“It’s like having a favourite sporting team and dumping them after they lose a single game.”
Summing it up, he added, “In this case no one is being hurt and no one is being forced to explore this. Lots of love everyone.”
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