Allison Parker, a model and Instagram influencer, claims that when people use photos to catfish, it's usually her pictures.


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Always trying to poke through... SMH

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“If you search Allison Parker on Instagram or other social-media platforms I’m almost 100% positive that I’m the most impersonated model on it," she told New York Post. "They usually just post the same content I post with the same exact captions. A lot are selling my content for their own gain.”


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If you search her name on Instagram, there's dozens of fake accounts. It took a bit of digging to find the real one.


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When your hair is so heavy it makes you lean to one side Happy Friday bitches! Love you all!

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She says every time someone steals her content, it takes money out of her pocket. Luckily for her, she has pay-to-view content on her OnlyFans account to make up for lost wages.

“I bet if you add up every dollar someone has earned reselling my content acting as me or catfishing people, I’d have to guess it’s over $1 million a year in lost income."

It wouldn't be a bad idea to look over his Instagram so you can spot a fake out there.


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I like to eat pizza with no panties on. Super normal

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Read more at New York Post

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