Stunning OnlyFans star and ex-footballer Madelene Wright leaves little to the imagination as she strips to her underwear | The Sun

ONLYFANS star and former footballer Madelene Wright has stripped down to her underwear for her social media followers.

The former Charlton star took to Instagram to share her latest picture.

It showed her in grey matching Calvin Klein underwear as she relaxed on her carpet floor.

And she also shared the link for her OnlyFans.

Madelene, who has shifted her career away from football to become an OnlyFans model, has 332,000 followers on Instagram.

She has recently been enjoying a trip to the Algarve in Portugal, where she went risque with a spot of topless sunbathing.


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Madelene was released by the Addicks in 2020 after she was pictured inhaling from a balloon at a party and swigging champagne at the wheel of her Range Rover.

While she has admitted she sometimes wishes she could play again, she now rakes in a cool £500,000 a year thanks to her OnlyFans page.

She said: "In the first year I made in the ballpark of half a million pounds. I can't lie, it has completely changed my life.

"I was able to get my own place, I have been able to travel the world and have enjoyed a lot of luxurious things."

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Madelene boasts more than 300,000 followers on InstagramCredit: Instagram / @madelene_wright
She claims she makes £500,000 per year on OnlyFansCredit: Instagram @madelene_wright

And she hopes OnlyFans can be a stepping stone to other ventures.

She added: "I want to start my own business and became an entrepreneur and step away from the stereotype and be looked at as a business woman.

"The main thing for me is to get into property, which is something I've always wanted to do since I was a footballer. I want to build an empire.

"For me, I think it is important for everyone to realise that you can start again.

"When my scandal happened I thought that was it and I didn't know how I was going to move past it.

"But, there's always a new day and always a fresh start. Everyone has a past, you can't change it.

"As long as you learn from your mistakes, make the right moves going forward, there is light at the end of the tunnel."

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