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Wheel deal? M50 chase woman Gemma Greene teases fans with 'OnlyFans' account - but all is not what it seems

Gemma, who is facing trial for her dangerous driving, attached a link to some sample content but warned users not to click on it if they get “offended easily.”

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Gemma Greene

Gemma Greene

Gemma Greene

The woman who led Gardaí on an M50 chase earlier this month teased on Instagram that she has created an "OnlyFans" account. 

Gemma Greene (24) returned to Ireland after a week away in Spain and was allegedly fined €500 by Gardaí for non-essential travel upon her arrival in Dublin Airport.

The Coolock native was active on Instagram during her getaway, creating a poll where she asked her followers if she should set up an OnlyFans account.

OnlyFans is a content subscription service that allows users to earn money from those who subscribe to their content.

It is predominantly used by creators to share pornographic content such as nude photographs and videos of themselves that their ‘fans’ pay to view.

She teased that she would create an account on the platform when she reached 10,000 Instagram followers.

Now with a following of 10.9K, Gemma has revealed that her OnlyFans profile is live - but all is not what it seems.

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Gemma Greene

Gemma Greene

Gemma Greene

Gemma shared the news of her new venture in an Instagram post.

She wrote: “I know lots of you will judge me for doing this and if you do, please feel free to unfriend me. I’m OK with that.

“I decided to make some extra money and create an OnlyFans personal page.

“Let’s make that money!” she added.

Gemma, who is facing trial for her dangerous driving, attached a link to some sample content but warned users not to click on it if they get “offended easily.”

However, it turns out that she is only joking as the link leads to a meme of Jesus with the text "Just so you know, I'm very disappointed in you"

It comes just over two weeks after she was revealed as the woman who led Gardaí on a high-speed chase along the M50 on March 1st.

Greene’s reckless driving led Gardaí through Dublin on the M50 to Bray, Co. Wicklow and continued all the way back to the Hampton Wood Drive area of Ballymun.

She posted a live-streamed video of the chase on her social media where she recorded herself singing to music and taunting Gardaí.

At one point in the viral video, the woman threw what is believed to be a can of deodorant out the window at the 20 Garda cars and helicopter that were following her.

Gardaí confirmed that she was arrested and taken to Ballymun Garda Station that evening, where she was later released.

A court date has yet to be set, but Gemma is due to appear in court in connection with the incident in the future which is still under investigation.

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