A former Marine has been told she "doesn't function in society" anymore by cruel trolls after she started selling racy content online.
Taylor Gunner started making adult films full-time after her ex-boyfriend leaked her explicit snaps online.
The 29-year-old wasn't happy about the incident at first and initially made her former partner delete the account and all the snaps.
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But she grew curious about what people thought of her X-rated photos and so started selling the content herself on an adult site.
It proves so successful she was able to give up all her other jobs.
But her newfound fame has been criticised by trolls who say she is no longer a "productive member of society".
In one of her Instagram videos, which has gained more than 11,000 likes, the model was seen going braless under a costume bulletproof vest and a pair of bikini bottoms.
She was seen dancing outside in the risque outfit, asking fans: "Can I steal your heart instead?"
Trolls were soon leaving mean comments saying it would have been better for her to stay in the Marines.
One user said: "Went from being a productive member of society serving in the Marine to just some airhead depending on a horny guy to give her money. How far you have fallen."
Another argued: "You're one nasty modern woman. Most modern women think and act like you whether for money or not but In my opinion it's one of the most disgusting things in the world.
"Makes me sick to my stomach. And for all the vets aka 70% of you're fans yall ate disgusting as well paying for an average women's content."
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But others loved her content and were left drooling at how 'sexy' they thought she was.
A viewer commented: "Damn you're so sexy and you don't even have to try."
A second penned: "You are my all time favourite baby."
"As a former navy corpsman, I’m going to have to preform your checkup," a third added.
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