Porn star Sky Bri has claimed a Manchester United player has been slipping into her DMs recently after insisting she has been inundated with messages from professional footballers. The 24-year-old American made the claim during a recent social media stream.
Bri, who hails from Pennsylvania, is a TikTok and OnlyFans creator and did her first nude shoot for Playboy Plus last December. She has amassed 2.3million Instagram fans and 223,000 followers on Twitch with the help of her stunning looks and was recently asked if she would date a footballer.
“Date a soccer player?” she replied. “There have been so many soccer players in my DMs recently, it is kind of weird. Out of nowhere a bunch of them. And ones like Manchester United, pretty big ones, what the f*** is going on.”
Bri has refused to go into detail about which footballers have been in touch and is yet to name the Red Devils star who contacted her. And she hasn’t revealed whether she replied to him either.
The OnlyFans star was once linked to YouTuber and boxer Jake Paul. But she revealed on the No Jumper podcast earlier this year that the 26-year-old had used her for “clout” during a break with his ex-girlfriend Julia Rose two years ago.
“I’ve never really talked about this but, with Jake, the first night I hung out with him he flew me to Puerto Rico,” she explained. “The first conversation we had was like, ‘this is for clout’. He was like, ‘at the end of this, I want you to post it’.
“He wanted it to be very mutually beneficial. Like, ‘you’re going to run with this. You can post about it, get the clout from it, whatever, and I’m probably going to make Julia mad and get the revenge I need’.”
United players had football on their minds on Tuesday evening as they returned to Champions League action to face Copenhagen at Old Trafford. The Red Devils dominated possession but were wasteful in front of goal as a series of chances went begging.
Erik ten Hag’s side eventually took the lead 18 minutes from the end as under-fire centre-back Harry Maguire headed in Christian Eriksen’s tantalising cross. The hosts then almost gave up the chance to secure their first European win of the campaign as Scott McTominay conceded a penalty deep into stoppage time at the end of the match. But much-maligned goalkeeper Andre Onana palmed away Jordan Larsson’s spot kick as United bagged all three points.