Lauren Goodger ‘worried posting porn ad has cheapened image’

Lauren Goodger is said to be worried about finding love after she was slammed for trying to recruit girls for "sleazy" webcam jobs.

The reality TV star – who is currently starring on Celebs Go Dating – came under fire after shared an advert on social media offering women £1,000-per-week to strip off and perform sex acts online.

While she has since deleted the ad in question, an insider has revealed that Lauren is now concerned how the controversial move will affect her reputation, and even affect her chances of finding Mr Right.

"She's now worried she could have ruined her chances of finding the right man with all this backlash," a source told Closer.


"She regrets posting the advert, and is worried her reputation has been cheapened, and that it'll have the opposite effect."

They added: "It's her worst nightmare."

In the ad, the former TOWIE star listed the so-called benefits of working as a webcam girl.

She wrote: "London Gems are recruiting webcam moels. Start earning today. Start Immediately.  Full Training Given.

"On Going Support. Work From Home. Free To Join. No Experience Necessary. Get Paid This Tuesday.

"Whatsapp Support Group.  Our Webcam Models Are Taking Home up to £1000+ Every Week."

Fans were furious over the post, with many condemning Lauren for encouraging women to take up sex work.

One commented: "I think you should be ashamed to put your name to this."

Another added: "Supposed to be a role model to people especially the younger ages that look up at you and you’re advertising sleazy crap like this? Should be ashamed."

A third wrote: "Oh my god she’s officially off the rails."

Lauren's recruitment plug comes just months after a 21-year-old woman died performing a sex act for her online client.

Hope Barden died from asphyxia as she performed a sexual act on live webcam for Jerome Dangar.


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