Basketball superstar Liz Cambage's Australian career could be over after she ruled herself out of the World Cup and traded in her team for OnlyFans.
The 203cm athlete, 30, insisted selectors didn't leave her out of the 24-women team due to be announced on Monday.
Cambage instead claims she was the one who decided to stay out of the tournament, and wasn't dropped by Basketball Australia.
To make her point, she replied to a tweet from a sports journalist who called her omission from the Opals a 'big call' by selectors.
'Over looked and left off what? that "bigcall" was my call, buddy,' she tweeted.
Australian basketball superstar Liz Cambage (pictured) has revealed how she ruled herself out of the World Cup and traded in her team for a skyrocketing career on OnlyFans
Cambage took to social media to set the record straight by replying to a tweet from a sports journalist who called her omission from the Opals a 'big call' (pictured)
The star centre also took to Instagram to deny claims she was overlooked, posting a photo with an excerpt from a Basketball Australia email.
'We are reaching out to you respectfully to determine whether you want to be considered as a squad member or not for World Cup 2022,' the email read.
'If you are not interested in that journey and the commitment required by all squad members then BA would appreciate you advising us accordingly.'
Cambage posted the excerpt along with her own message: 'do you ever get sick of lying on my name? MY interest was and still is ZERO'.
The star's rejection of the chance to play in the 2022 World Cup - due to kick off in Sydney in September - could mean she has played her final game for the Opals.
The star centre also took to Instagram to refute claims she had been overlooked, posting a photo featuring an excerpt from a Basketball Australia email (pictured)
Cambage recently launched a career on OnlyFans, an online subscription service most commonly known for providing adult entertainment content
The 30-year-old previously represented Australia in two Olympic Games and is a four-time WNBA All-Star.
Cambage recently launched a career on OnlyFans, an online subscription service most commonly known for providing adult content.
She teased a career on the platform in April to her social media following but has finally taken the plunge, regularly posting lingerie and bikini photos to Instagram.
Last month the basketball star said she was 'scared' to make the move to OnlyFans, but had been tempted by the