The sacked soccer participant Madelene Wright turns to the grownup leisure web site OnlyFans

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Sacked soccer player Madelene Wright has turned to adult entertainment after a series of controversial videos ended her professional soccer career last month.

Wright was removed from the English club Charlton Athletic after two “unacceptable” videos appeared on her Snapchat account.

The 22-year-old made international headlines when she was released after being seen in one of the videos drinking champagne behind the wheel of a luxury Range Rover.

But the viral story’s notoriety has nearly tripled its social media presence, and it now has 127,000 followers on Instagram and another 44,000 on Twitter.

Wright posted a video titled “check the bio ..” on both accounts Wednesday indicating that she opened an account on the X-rated OnlyFans website.

The blonde charges $ 50 a month for a subscription to her page where she uploads explicit photos and videos.

Sacked soccer player Madelene Wright has turned to adult entertainment after a series of controversial videos ended her professional soccer career last month. Photo credit: Instagram

Wright joins a growing list of female athletes entering the adult entertainment industry, including motorsport driver Renee Gracie, tennis player Angelina Graovac and surfer Ellie-Jean Coffey.

Wright was fired after the drink-driving incident and another video of watching her inhale from balloons at a party.

The young soccer player also ended up in hot water in 2019 when she uploaded a video of her friend holding a dog at the wheel of a moving car.

Charlton announced the sacking in a statement, saying the two most recent videos showed behavior that was unacceptable at the club.

“As a club, we are disappointed with behavior that is not up to the standards that the team adheres to,” said Charlton.

“The player is repentant and has now left the club.

“The club wants to make it clear that the player’s behavior remains important to us even though the behavior is unacceptable and that she can continue to have access to the club’s support channels if necessary.”