An influencer who helps women catch cheating partners has had to move homes due to stalkers.
Paige Woolen, 29, recently had to find a new home to stay in after online followers became too much.
The model, who lives Los Angeles, US, hit headlines when she started sliding into people's DMs to expose cheating partners.
But now since joining OnlyFans, Paige noticed an increase in privacy and security violations.
She said: "I had to stop posting my location in real-time too, which I think is helpful, or else people will follow you there.
"I had one guy pretend to be a flower delivery shop to get my correct address.
"He had one of my old addresses, and my dad sends me flowers like randomly all the time, so that was very feasible for me."
She added: "He goes, 'Oh, well just give me your address,' so I go outside, and then something immediately kicks in my head.
"I'm like, 'OK, no, no, wait, wait, wait, this is not right,' and so I hung up and blocked the number. Stuff like that is just frightening."
Things turned dark for Paige when she started messaging people's boyfriends with some offended by her actions.
The model recalled: "I did get a lot of death threats. Someone actually found my parents' house and delivered a dead rat there."
Thankfully she now feels "really safe" in her new home.
She also runs the popular dudesinthedm Instagram page where she offers an insight to the creepy DMs she receives.
Paige revealed: "I always would screenshot when someone would say something mean to me.
"Their response to me almost showed them what they were doing was being an a*****e."
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Paige puts her looks to good use to catch cheaters in the act.
The Maxim Australia model then uses a separate Instagram account to expose the love rats.
She said: "I had been noticing a lot of guys that DM me on my personal account had profile photos with their girlfriends.
"It got me wondering if their girlfriends know or care that they DM random girls with photos in their bikinis."
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