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Online “Sex Workers” Are Scrambling To Cover Their Tracks After Being Mass Reported To The IRS For Not Paying Taxes

Women who use social media apps to make money by selling “services” like private video sessions, nude pictures, used undergarments and more are being targeted by a group of individuals who apparently disagree with their “unethical and hypocritical” behavior.

Many members of what is now known as the “Thot Crusade” believe these particular women who actively avoid reporting their income to the IRS also virtue signal about socialist, communist, and marxist ideologies. They seem to support free healthcare, education and other similar programs while collecting welfare and not paying their taxes!

Additionally, some of these sex workers have been seen flaunting their newfound wealth on Instagram, including posting pictures of luxury vehicles, clothing, purses and jewelry.

ALSO READ: #ThotAudit Campaign Intensifies; Now Single Mother Sex Workers Are Being Reported To Child Protective Services

Here are a few screenshots from the “crusade” (Note: We’ve blacked out names, photos and other personally identifiable information; Warning: Vulgar language) –

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An online “sex worker” who was reported to the IRS for not paying their taxes. (Facebook)
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A DM exchange showing a “Thot Crusader” baiting an online sex worker and then reporting them to the IRS. (Unknown)

 

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A social media user gives advice to sex workers after discovering they were being reported. (Twitter)

 

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Another user giving (bad) advice about yearly taxable income levels. (Twitter)
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Some more bad tax-related advice along with a rant about the ongoing crusade. (Twitter)
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An actual tax specialist chimes in and confirms that “premium snaps” qualify as taxable income. He also mentions the IRS has a whistleblower program that rewards informants. (Twitter)
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Apparently this premium Snapchat user isn’t too enthusiastic about being reported… (Twitter)
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A customer who’s bummed because he lost out on $500 after the “Thot Audit” went viral and his “sweet gal” deleted her social media accounts. (Twitter)
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Even the POTUS thinks tax evasion is a disgrace! (Twitter / parody)

Main Image Credit: Current Affairs