Model poses with animals she hunts on OnlyFans ‘to help conservation charities’

Michaela Fialova says she hunts in South Africa to ‘help and protect the animals’ (Picture: MDWfeatures/Martina Kolarikova)

A hunter who makes more than £3,000 a week by sharing risqué pictures of herself posing with dead animals on OnlyFans says she posts to raise money for conservation charities.

Michaela Fialova has come under fire for hunting wild animals, including lions, zebras, giraffes, crocodiles and impalas, in South Africa – with some people even demanding she be banned from the country.

But the so-called ‘sexy hunter’ has now spoken out to defend herself, saying she is a professional conservationist who posts photos on the site to ‘help and protect the animals’.

The former model’s team studies species of animals that require population management and stalks them for three days before detecting the weaker members of the herd to kill.

She has had ‘extensive rifle training’ to ensure the animal is killed with one hit that doesn’t cause them much pain.

Michaela has been named a ‘murderer’ on social media by critics who question ‘how she can sit there so happy when that animal has lost its life’- but she insists the comments don’t bother her as she knows that hunting is important to the preservation of wildlife population.

Discussing her journey, she said: ‘I began hunting when I was thirteen years old when I went out with my family for the first time and hunted down a deer, which gave me a thrill like no other and since then, I’ve not been able to live without hunting.

‘As time went on, I began getting interested in the conservation of animals by hunting and I studied this at university as it was my dream career as I got older.

‘At age 24, I moved to South Africa to start my career as a conservationist where a typical day involved studying the animal that we wanted to manage and then stalking out the herds to detect the weak and old members, which we then hunt down.

‘You don’t want overpopulation – especially in the wild – as it can lead to a struggle for water and food if there’s too many of the same species, which is why I do what I do.

The former model has been named a ‘murderer’ by critics (Picture: MDWfeatures/Martina Kolarikova)
She can make more than £3,000 in a week by posting on OnlyFans (Picture: MDWfeatures/Martina Kolarikova)

‘Once we detect the members of the herd to cull, we then detect members that have strong genetics and therefore need to be taken care of for sustainable population growth.

‘As well as weeding out disease and overpopulation, I also protect animals such as rhinos from poachers. We do this by shooting down the rhino with a dart which puts them to sleep and then we proceed to dehorn them.

‘I know some people might see this as cruel, but it enables the rhinos to populate successfully without being badly hurt by poachers in the future.’

The hunter, originally from Litomerice, Czech Republic, says her private reservation was left with a big problem when donations took a hit due to Covid.

Michaela, who has modelled for male magazines before, decided to upload her pictures to OnlyFans when her friend Sandra suggested the idea as a money-maker. She was left ‘mind-blown’ when she made nearly £3,000 in her first week.

She said: ‘I had no idea that I could make so much money from one platform which was mind blowing to me, but I was over-the-moon that I was finally able to donate money to my reservation which desperately needed some new tactical vests for some rangers.

‘Now, I plan to continue uploading as much content as possible so that I’m able to fund the veterinary care for animals in need as this is why I started off my journey in the first place – to help and protect the animals.’

She continued: ‘In terms of hunting, I have had some hurtful comments such as, “You’re a murderer” and “You’re so selfish, I hate you” directed towards me which hurt at first, but over time I’ve realised that these people know nothing about what I do and if they did their research, they would realise that not hunting would harm wildlife so much more.

‘I try my best to give the public true information so that I can prevent emotional reactions such as this, but people do get carried away sometimes, even to the point where people were calling on me to be banned from Africa for good.

She says ‘you don’t want overpopulation as it can lead to a struggle for water and food if there’s too many of the same species’ (Picture: MDWfeatures/Martina Kolarikova)

‘I know my pictures of trophy hunts such as zebras, lions, giraffes and other animals can be upsetting, but I do this for practice and to give these old animals a new lease of life such as for food for humans.

I believe the biggest animal I’ve hunted to date was a one-thousand-pound antelope which I hunted for meat and fed to an entire starving village, which is one of my biggest accomplishments.

‘Despite this, one of the hardest things about hunting is killing the animals and seeing them in pain.

‘I’ve trained often for many years to ensure that I can complete long range shooting in one shot so that the animal doesn’t have to suffer much, but it’s very hard to see when you make an error or wound the animal.

‘I know that we kill animals that need to be killed and save the ones that need to be saved and it’s all part of the job that I just have to overcome.’

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