Gogglebox Australia: Yvie Jones rejected by OnlyFans and exclusive dating app Raya

Gogglebox Star Yvie Jones Reveals OnlyFans and Exclusive Dating App Raya REJECTED Her: ‘No Sexy Moment’

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Gogglebox Australia star Yvie Jones has revealed she was prevented from opening an account on adult content website OnlyFans.

The 49-year-old Gogglebox Australia star was also turned down by the exclusive dating app Raya, which is reserved for celebrities, the super-rich and social elites.

She believes her applications were rejected because the website administrators had trouble identifying her.

Gogglebox Australia star Yvie Jones (pictured) revealed she was unable to open an account on adult content website OnlyFans

Gogglebox Australia star Yvie Jones (pictured) revealed she was unable to open an account on adult content website OnlyFans

Yvie explained on her podcast two girls one pod she wears glasses in her daily life, but her driver’s license and passport photos show her without glasses.

You have to prove who you are. You have to put a picture of your ID next to you, and I can’t see without my glasses,” she said.

This meant that he had no luck taking non-blurred photos to prove his identity.

“I get rejected for all the sexy time,” she added.

It comes after Yvie recently criticized ‘fatphobic’ language, saying those with bigger bodies have ‘nothing to be ashamed of’.

The 49-year-old Gogglebox Australia star was also turned down by the exclusive dating app Raya, which is reserved for celebrities, the super-rich and social elites.

The 49-year-old Gogglebox Australia star was also turned down by the exclusive dating app Raya, which is reserved for celebrities, the super-rich and social elites.

The 49-year-old Gogglebox Australia star was also turned down by the exclusive dating app Raya, which is reserved for celebrities, the super-rich and social elites.

He made the comments on his podcast by replying to a message sent by an Australian fan named Alice, who explained her experience living in India.

Alice said she had traveled to India before the pandemic and “has been stuck there ever since” due to her “spiritual awakening and travel” in the Asian country.

‘In India they use the word healthy to describe people who are bigger than other people,’ Angie said as she read Alice’s message.

Yvie had to provide proof of identity to join OnlyFans and Raya, but experienced challenges taking a non-blurred photo of herself without glasses.

Yvie had to provide proof of identity to join OnlyFans and Raya, but experienced challenges taking a non-blurred photo of herself without glasses.

Yvie had to provide proof of identity to join OnlyFans and Raya, but experienced challenges taking a non-blurred photo of herself without glasses.

‘Unbelievable to know. Now I will move to India’, declared Yvie.

‘I’m going to be celebrated for once in my life. I will pack my sari and move to India,” she joked.

He went on to explain that in other cultures and throughout history, being healthy meant having ‘meat on the bones’.

‘It’s because we live in extreme luck, Western culture is so abundant. Being overweight is now looked down upon, exercising is something you should do,” she said.

Yvie told her podcast co-host, Angie Kent, that she was having no luck signing up for “sexy” websites.

Yvie is best known for starring on the reality series Gogglebox Australia from 2015 to 2018. She has been friends with Angie Kent (L) for over 10 years.

Yvie is best known for starring on the reality series Gogglebox Australia from 2015 to 2018. She has been friends with Angie Kent (L) for over 10 years.

Yvie is best known for starring on the reality series Gogglebox Australia from 2015 to 2018. She has been friends with Angie Kent (L) for over 10 years.

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