A former exotic dancer and Instagram model has exposed the dark side of working in strip clubs.
She quit stripping and turned to selling sexy snaps online after a bad experience with customers... and their wives.
The angry woman slashed her tyres after discovering an inappropriate text conversation on her husband’s phone.
Stephanie Palomares, 26, lives in Las Vegas and has 1.7 million fans on her Instagram account, @mspalomares.
The dance-lover enjoys live performances and takes pride in fostering a relationship with randy customers.
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Stephanie said: “If you’re a regular at whatever gentleman’s club I’m working at, and you’re a big spender, I will exchange phone numbers.”
This makes the young woman very popular with her fans – but it doesn’t leave everyone feeling sweet .
Stephanie commented: “One of my regular guys’ wives obviously saw we’d been texting.
“So she figured out what club I was working at – then came out and slashed all the tyres on my car.
“And the tyres on his car too.”
The ex-stripper was furious, but the culprit was easily identified.
She added: “She wasn’t too smart about it.
“She didn’t realise there’s security cameras all over the parking lot, for the security of us dancers.”
Stephanie also claims she had a stalker who would send the police to her house to investigate crimes she had not committed.
Plus, plenty of other strange happenings occurred at the club.
The dancer said: “I used to live in Rancho Cucamonga and work in LA so my commute home will be about an hour drive.
“One time, I noticed somebody following me so I purposely went to the carpool lane – which they followed me into as well – for about 30 minutes.
“Once I got closer to home, I decided to exit a few exits before my original exit to see if the car would follow me.
“He did – so I pulled over to the first gas station I saw – I don’t know what made me do this – but he followed me into the gas station."
She continued: “I parked and I got out my car and started walking towards him and screaming at him, asking why he’s following me and what does he want.
“I recognised him from the club all he was saying was ‘I’m sorry, I’m sorry’.
“After that, I didn’t work at that gentleman's club anymore.”
The young babe thinks her social media fans may be even more crazy though – especially during quarantine.
Many have become obsessed with her.
Stephanie added: “I wonder if they know how this behaviour causes problems for me.”
She still believes it’s safer than dancing though.
Stephanie commented: “I definitely think that Insta and OnlyFans is way much easier and safer than being at the strip club.
“It’s touch-free entertainment and you don’t have to worry about anyone knowing your exact location.”