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Scots woman who sells raunchy OnlyFans snaps sneaks into Aberdeen’s Pittodrie for cheeky photoshoot

A SCOTS woman who sells raunchy online snaps snuck into Aberdeen’s Pittodrie Stadium at the weekend for a cheeky photoshoot.

The X-Rated pics emerged on social media on Sunday morning having been taken in the cover of darkness on Saturday evening.

Chelsea in the Aberdeen dugout

The cheeky images show the woman striking some poses on the Pittodrie dugout, as well as in the stands at the Premiership club’s famous old stadium.

The woman, known as Chelsea on Twitter, flashed her bum in the pics.

She captioned one of the pictures: “Up ih dons, up my a***.”

Chelsea promotes an OnlyFans account where online users can pay to see intimate pictures of her.

'Up the Dons'
‘Up the Dons’

She tweeted about sneaking into the home of the Dons at night.

It’s understood she got into the stadium on Saturday night, just hours before the team’s defeat against Motherwell yesterday.

Both pictures show her half naked, with one in the Main Stand while ‘mooning’ the pitch.

She wrote: “The only fan in the stadium #COYR.”

Aberdeen were thumped 3-0 by Motherwell on Sunday
Aberdeen were thumped 3-0 by Motherwell on SundayCredit: Rex Features

She continued: “Aberdeen thank you for a good night.

“Dunno if I’ve done something wrong or something right lol. “Nobody rat me out for trespassing.”

She also tweeted a pic of a Buckfast bottle since the incident, branding it ‘the culprit’.

Chelsea has previously taken sexy snaps at football stadiums, with a cheeky picture of her flashing her bum in Gdansk, Poland posted online too.


Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes provides transfer update on Scott McKenna as he edges closer to Nottingham Forest switch


Aberdeen declined to comment on the matter.

Meanwhile, staying with Aberdeen, boss Derek McInnes admits Scott McKenna will be a huge loss to the club.

The Scotland defender is on the brink of joining Nottingham Forest.

After saying goodbye to teammates at Pittodrie he headed for talks with the Championship side.

McInnes – who saw the Dons crash 3-0 to Motherwell without McKenna – said: “I’m pretty sure they’re close to a fee being agreed and Scott is on his way down south.

“I’d be surprised if it fell through. Scott was always going to move at some point.”

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