Paige Spiranac tells her drama



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Paige Spiranac tells her drama

Paige Spiranac has publicly stated that she no longer feels safe after a few episodes that would have occurred at the American Century Championship. A would have approached the famous golfer and influencer with the excuse of taking a picture, but then the situation degenerated.

Paige told: "Apparently this man was scammed into a fake profile created by someone with my name on it. It was a very scary situation and luckily I had my team there who helped me figure out what was going on. I've been dealing with these security issues for a while now and things have gotten worse in recent months.

These men get scammed by fake profiles, fake numbers in my name and then they contact me and they are very hostile, very angry because they have been scammed for a lot of money. The scariest part is the fact that all of these profiles are anonymous and it's hard to find out who these people really are.

I've gotten to the point where I'm going to go to events and not post my position. I don't publish where I am because I'm afraid that someone will turn up like they already have."

Not only tthat for Paige

Paige Spiranac has been the victim of a haters in recent days who told her that she belonged to Pxxxhub rather than a golf course.

Spiranac once commented on Twitter: "Golf should be on Nickelodeon." Which prompted a follower to reply: "If you're playing, it should be on Pxxxhub!" And she replied: "Wearing leggings to play golf is not the same as doing poxn."

This is not the first time she has dealt with bad comments from fans on social media. The American had previously revealed that San Diego Padres fans labeled her a slxt and she even received death threats when she joked about the Padres poor fan base.

"I had the perception that nobody liked the Padres. In my years I have never met a Padres fan, then I saw a video of everyone celebrating and being so excited in San Diego. I retweeted the video and said it was funny, since no one showed up to their games when they sucked.

Then I had all these Padres fans. I ended up apologizing and regretting that I was getting death threats. One guy called me a screwed up porn star, saying that screwed up poxn star he has no right to talk about baseball."