Former Bachelorette star Paddy Colliar turns to OnlyFans after losing job

Former Bachelorette star Paddy Colliar is selling VERY explicit photos and videos on X-rated website OnlyFans after losing his job as a personal trainer due to coronavirus pandemic

By Daily Mail Australia Reporter

Published: 02:28 BST, 31 March 2020 | Updated: 02:28 BST, 31 March 2020

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Former Bachelorette star Paddy Colliar has launched an OnlyFans account after losing his job due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The personal trainer, 28, is stripping off on the X-rated subscription site, which charges users a monthly fee for explicit adults only content.

For an introductory fee of $7.50, fans can see raunchy photos and videos of the former reality star, who shot to fame on Ali Oetjen's season of The Bachelorette back in 2018 before returning for Bachelor In Paradise last year.

Bad boy! Former Bachelorette star Paddy Colliar has launched an OnlyFans account after losing his job due to the coronavirus pandemic

Bad boy! Former Bachelorette star Paddy Colliar has launched an OnlyFans account after losing his job due to the coronavirus pandemic

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, the Irish hunk confirmed that he'd lost his job as a personal trainer after the government closed Australia's gyms as part of the coronavirus lockdown.

'The gyms have all closed,' he said. 'I was given a huge opportunity in Melbourne and had it crumble due to this crisis.' 

To give back to others also suffering from the gym shutdown, Paddy has been holding free fitness classes live on Instagram three times a week.

Adults only! The personal trainer, 28, is stripping off on the X-rated subscription site, which charges users a monthly fee for explicit adults only content

Adults only! The personal trainer, 28, is stripping off on the X-rated subscription site, which charges users a monthly fee for explicit adults only content

'I'm doing free online classes to

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