A stunning OnlyFans model has told how she has been taught all the dirty tricks in the book to seduce any man alive for a sexy new reality TV show.
Brazilian beauty Paty Blond has been schooled in an array of irresistible erotic techniques that will test men’s loyalty to their partners to destruction.
A sex coach taught Paty how to play on men’s desires without coming across as too predatory.
And experts in pole dancing, stripping and erotic Thai massage gave her techniques that test the contestants’ restraint to breaking point.
Paty explained how she had been so successful that some of her victims in the show – currently being recorded – are already trying to contact her.
Some of them have even subscribed to her OnlyFans platform, she claims.
The model said: “Most enter with a fake profile, but they never miss a nude.”
The show – called ‘Loyalty Test’, presented by famous Brazilian TV prankster Joao Kleber – is set to be broadcast later this year.
Paty told local media: “It was a kind of laboratory. The classes showed me how to understand a man’s mind, how to generate desire and how I can be more sensual without falling into vulgarity.
“Now I’m an expert in seduction.”
Her new armoury of erotic skills, she explained, gave her the confidence to show her sexiest side.
She said: “All this makes me feel more comfortable recording and showing my hottest side.”
“It will be difficult for anyone to resist and pass the test.”
But some of her victims, she said, have already got out of hand.
Paty said: “The picture is real, the reaction is spontaneous. It’s very improvised and sometimes it gets out of hand.
“There’s already been a silly mishap, it’s part of it. I know how to get into character and take it to the professional.”
She said she agreed to take the role to get payback for all women who have been cheated on because she has been betrayed 16 times by men.
And picking up tips from a sex coach, says Paty, motivated her to enter her first beauty contest and invest more in OnlyFans, where she earns BRL 45,000 (GBP 7,255) a month.
Paty said: “The classes affect our self-esteem, [and help us] work on acceptance and sexuality.”
The show, however, will have the opposite effect on her real-life romances, Paty fears.
She said: “Men are suspicious, especially on social media. They’re afraid, they think it’s a setup, that I’m recording.
“They think they will be test victims. I lost a lot of followers, some blocked me, others don’t even respond.”
Nevertheless, she claims she is more passionate about her success than anything else.
She added: “It’s a phase, I’m thinking more about work than I am about men.”