‘Devil baby’ stalker Orla Sloan said eating Percy Pigs naked for feti
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Inside the sordid world of Instagram’s ‘Devil Baby’: How fame-hungry influencer who stalked Premier League stars made £50k from eating Percy Pigs in the nude and was ‘banned from Asda’ for posting TikTok videos of dancing in the aisles in a bikini
- Orla Sloan admitted three harassment and stalking charges on Wednesday
With her frequent trips to Bali, multiple fashion deals and tens of thousands of social media followers, ‘Devil Baby’ stalker Orla Sloan enjoys a life most young women could only dream of.
And the 22-year-old model and influencer owes much of it to her online followers, thousands of whom pay to watch her X-rated content on sites such as OnlyFans.
In an interview last year, she said she felt ’empowered’ by subscribers who formed a ‘fetish’ for watching her eat Percy Pig sweets in the nude – which netted her £50,000 in just four months via adult website Fanvue.
It came after she claimed to be ‘banned for life’ from Asda after recording herself dancing in a bikini in the aisles of the supermarket, before sharing the clip with her 18,000 TikTok followers.
And on Instagram, she regularly shares videos of trips to Indonesia and Greece with her 81,000-plus fans – and is still listed as an ambassador for Los Angeles-based clothing retailer Fashion Nova.
But her life of luxury could now be under threat after she was convicted of a string of stalking and harassment offences against three professional footballers on Wednesday.
Orla Sloan, who has 81,000 Instagram followers, boasted in an interview last April that she had made £50,000 streaming videos of herself eating Percy Pig sweets in the nude
With frequent trips to Bali, deals with multiple fashion labels and tens of thousands of social media followers, Orla Sloan (pictured) enjoys a life most young women could only dream of
Orla Sloan arrives at Westminster Magistrates for harassing Mason Mount and England and Chelsea footballer Ben Chilwell
Sloan admitted targeting England midfielder Mason Mount, his Chelsea teammate Ben Chilwell and Scotland international Billy Gilmour in a terrifying campaign that began after a party at Chilwell’s home.
The court heard how she changed her number 21 times to keep contacting Mount when he blocked her, promising to stop buying food in order to save money for new Sim cards – before creating an online alter-ego named ‘Devil Baby’ to harass her victims further.
Mount, 24, said he was terrified she would show up at Chelsea’s training ground in Cobham, Surrey, and Gilmour, 21, who moved to Brighton and Hove Albion last year, said he was so traumatised he was unable to sleep.
A judge told Sloan on Wednesday that she could face a prison term when she is sentenced on June 20.
It would be a far cry from the life of luxury she has come to expect over the past couple of years.
In the past eight weeks, she has enjoyed trips to Bali and the Gili islands in Indonesia, where she enjoyed sunset cruises and a private villa with its own swimming pool.
She is also seen in videos on social media in exclusive London venues while enjoying trips to other destinations such as Mykonos in Greece.
The influencer has almost 82,000 followers on Instagram and more than 70,000 on OnlyFans, where users can subscribe to more X-rated content for $10 (£8) a month.
Sloan had told her TikTok followers that she had received a life ban from Asda after posting a video of herself dancing in the aisles of the supermarket in a bikini.
She also uploaded a video of herself miming the words to a song: ‘I don’t give a f***’, alongside a caption that read: ‘When he starts talking about how much money he has’ – hinting that she is not interested in how wealthy her potential male suitors are.
A bikini-clad Sloan dressed as a cat dances in the aisles of an Asda supermarket in a video uploaded to her TikTok
Sloan admitted targeting England midfielder Mason Mount, his Chelsea team mate Ben Chilwell and Scotland international Billy Gilmour in a terrifying campaign that began after a house party at Chilwell’s home
A judge told Sloan that she could face a prison term when she is sentenced on June 20
In an interview last year, Sloan said she felt ’empowered’ by her fans who formed a ‘fetish’ for watching her eat Percy Pig sweets in the nude – which netted her £50,000 in just four months via adult website Fanvue
After leaving her M&S job, Sloan worked as ring girl for White Collar Boxing London before signing up to adult content platform Fanvue.
In an interview last April, Sloan boasted she had made £50,000 in just four months by streaming videos of herself on the site eating Percy Pig sweets in the nude.
She told the Mirror: ‘They can’t get enough of them… a Percy Pig fetish group developed through my subscribers.’
She added: ‘It’s been so empowering becoming my own boss and choosing which hours I work.
‘It’s much easier for me to treat my friends and family thanks to the financial security I now have as an adult creator on Fanvue.’
Sloan also continues to benefit from a string of deals with fashion retailers.
Her Instagram page still lists her as an ambassador for Los Angeles-based Fashion Nova, for whom she regularly posts photos and videos of herself wearing their clothes. MailOnline has contacted the firm for comment.
Westminster Magistrates’ Court heard Sloan met her three footballer victims when Chilwell invited her friend to a party at his home via an Instagram message.
After leaving her M&S job, Sloan worked as ring girl for White Collar Boxing London before signing up to adult content platform Fanvue
Sloan also continues to benefit from a string of deals with fashion retailers
Sloan admitted one count of harassment without violence against Chilwell and two of stalking relating to Mount and Gilmour
After the party, she and Mount slept together once, Jason Seetal, prosecuting, said.
‘There was communication between them for six months, following which Mr Mount decided that the relationship wasn’t going to progress to anything more and decided to end contact with the defendant,’ he added.
‘After this he was subjected to a bombardment of messages.’
Mount asked her to stop the texts and blocked Sloan’s number, but she began messaging him from different numbers, eventually using 21 in total, the court heard.
In one WhatsApp message, using the name ‘Only God 10,’ she wrote: ‘I found out about Bethany, Esme, and more – I will find out everything.’
She sent him a photo of herself paying £12.99 for a new phone number, saying: ‘I’m not buying food anymore so I can get more numbers.’
Sloan also wrote: ‘I really want to say sorry and if you could just talk to me and tell me how you feel I would really appreciate it because I’m finding it hard to move on from the situation.
‘You must accept my apology and say sorry to me or you will unlock a new character called “Devil Baby” so let me apologise and make it right.’
Mount then began receiving Instagram messages from an account named ‘Devil Baby,’ which also published a collage of photos of the England star with other women, with the footballer, his friends and family tagged in the images.
District judge Neeta Minhas warned Sloan she could face a jail term for the stalking offences when she is sentenced at the same court on June 20.
In a statement read to the court, Mount, who has 36 England caps, said: ‘She knows where I live and where I train. I’m worried as she is unable to contact me she might turn up at my training centre.’
Chilwell, 26, was also bombarded with messages from Sloan, and collages of him with other women appeared on the Devil Baby account.
Photo captions referred to ‘going through abortions’ and ‘being blocked after a few months’. When he replied asking her to leave him alone, Sloan replied with eight more messages, the court heard.
Gilmour was also sent messages following the party, and raised concerns with Brighton, who put extra security measures in place.
Sloan also made false claims to have fallen pregnant by the midfielder, who joined the south coast club from Chelsea for £9million.
The Scotland international said: ‘This has had a very negative impact on me. I have been unable to sleep and have had to resort to taking sleeping tablets.
Sloan, 22, targeted Chelsea star Ben Chilwell, 26, Mason Mount, 24,and former teammate Billy Gilmour, 21 (pictured left to right)
In a statement read to the court, Mount (pictured right, with Ben Chilwell, left) said he was worried she might turn up at his football training
Chilwell, 26, was bombarded with messages from Sloan, and collages of him with other women appeared on the Devil Baby account (pictured on a night out in London in February 2022)
‘This has had a negative effect on my performances.
‘During the time I consistently received messages from Orla I was in a new town where I didn’t know anyone or have any friends or family.
‘This was a person I met once for a very brief period of time. The change in tone in her messages to try and get my attention was particularly worrying.
‘The attacks from Orla have damaged relationships and friendships I already had.’
Sloan admitted one count of harassment without violence against Chilwell and two of stalking relating to Mount and Gilmour.
District judge Neeta Minhas warned she could face a jail term for the stalking offences when she is sentenced.
‘The starting point for one offence crosses the custody threshold, and it was targeting of three different people’, she said.
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