I caught my date taking a photo of my bum – he shared it with all of his friends and tried to say it was okay because of my job
An OnlyFans model has hit back at a man who took a photo of her backside and sent it to his friends while they were on a date.
Alyssa Jay, 27, from the UK, opened up about her worst dating experiences on the Option One Podcast earlier this month.
Alongside her job as a project coordinator for an offshore engineering firm, Alyssa hosts a weekend show on adult TV channel Babestation – where she answers phone calls from fans.
She also supplements her income by posting content on her OnlyFans – which subscribers have to pay to access.
Speaking with podcast host Sam Risely, the presenter revealed that she has been single for the past six years and been on a series of disastrous dates in that period.
Alyssa Jay, 27, from the UK, opened up about her worst dating experiences on the Option One Podcast
When asked if her work affects her love life, Alyssa replied: ‘100 per cent.’
Discussing her worst ever experience, she said: ‘I went on a date with this guy and I actually caught him taking a picture of my a***e.
‘He put the flash on on his phone and we were in a pub. So it wasn’t just me and him, there were other people there.’
After catching him in the act, a horrified Alyssa quizzed him about the photo – only to be told that he had already shared it with his friends.
She continued: ‘I was like, “what are you doing?” And he was like, “oh I’m just putting it in the group chat […]
‘I’m just telling the guys I’m with a Babestation girl.’
Alyssa then claims that he tried to justify his actions because of her presenting job.
She added: ‘Do you want to know what his response was? He said, “it’s okay because of what you do for work”.
The OnlyFans star (pictured in Brazil in October 2022) said her date took the photo of her behind on his phone while they were in a pub
The social media star – who has been single for six years – says her line of work makes it challenging to date
‘That’s where they cross a line into [becoming] a fan because they’re excited to tell their friends.’
After being quizzed by producers, Alyssa says she carried on with the date – but agreed with their verdict that he was ‘trash’.
She joked: ‘I made him get me dinner, obviously. A girl has got to eat!’
What’s more, she said the experience left her feeling as though he only went on the date for ‘bragging rights rather than being interested in [her] at all.
Elsewhere in the podcast, Alyssa explain how some men she’s dating watch her show out of curiosity and to see if she has been honest with them.
She explained: ‘When I’ve spoken to people and I’ve told them I work for Babestation or they’ve seen on my Instagram, they either turn into a fan where they get too engrossed in it and they start watching me online.
‘I’ve had guys send me pictures of me on TV and say, “I’m watching you right now”.
‘But why? You could call me or speak to me at any time. I could see you at the weekend or whatever. So you get people who cross that boundary.’
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