Former UFC star Cindy Dandois launches OnlyFans account after gym went bust due to coronavirus pandemic

Cindy Dandois turns to OnlyFans to make money during Covid-19 - (Copyright Instagram: Cindy Dandois)
16:25pm, Mon 29 Jun 2020
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Former UFC star Cindy Dandois has set up an OnlyFans account after losing her gym due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

The Belgian 35 year-old signed with UFC in 2017 and in March this year she signed for the Professional Fighters League.

She also ran a gym but has had to close it due to the crisis and as a result had to find another way to make money i the hope of eventually reopening it.

OnlyFans is a social media platform where adult performers can sell photos. 

She announced the news on Twitter and said: "I lost my gym during this Covid-lockdown, no help from our gouvernement (sic) and fights cancelled,... leaving me with big financial problems. 

“I descided (sic) to make an Only Fans so I can collect the money to re-open the gym and give the youngsters their home back.” 

Last year she won four fights including the Cage Survivor 14 event against Eleni Mytilinaki and Enfusion MMA 90 against Elsira Sheree Amstelveen.

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