Former Supercars driver-turned adult actress Renee Gracie is making more headlines for all the wrong reasons after a racist rant against the Indian community.
Gracie hit out at Indian people on her ‘OnlyFans’ page on Tuesday - where she charges fans a monthly subscription for photos and videos of her.
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The 25-year-old expressed her frustration at allegedly having her X-rated content stolen or used without permission.
“To all you Indian a**holes on my page. Stop stealing my images,” she wrote.
“They are copyrighted and I own them not you.
“Stop making pages of me and stop sharing my videos and images illegally.”
Gracie claims the dramas only started when her story went ‘viral’ in India.
“I don’t like Indians now,” she wrote.
“If you have shared or stolen my images your (sic) an a**hole and I hope you get what comes for you (sic).
“If your (sic) Indian, get off my page now! Your (sic) not welcome here anymore. I will be removing all India’s (sic) from my page tonight.”
Gracie stunned the motorsport world recently when she revealed she’d turned her back on the sport for a career in adult films.
The first woman to compete full-time in the sport, Gracie now has her own website where she sells pictures and movies for a monthly subscription fee.
After claiming she made nothing from seven years as a race car driver, Gracie says she can now pull in up to $25,000 a week.
The story went bonkers in Australia but it’s also going global, with news sites in America, the UK and India (just to name a few) all featured Gracie’s story in recent days.
Why Renee Gracie turned her back on Supercars
Gracie shot to prominence when she partnered Swiss driver Simona de Silvestro at Bathurst in 2015 but struggled to get a real foothold in the sport.
The 25-year-old’s best result in her debut Supercars season was a 12th placed finish where she ended up 18th in the championship standings.
Her partnership with de Silvestro saw the wildcard entrants finish 21st at Bathurst in 2015, following a minor crash at Forrest's Elbow.
The pair teamed up again for Bathurst the following year, where they managed to avoid some late-race chaos for a 14th-place finish.
She then went on to compete in the Super2 Series but decided to walk away from motorsport after only recording one top-10 finish in 17 races.
“I wasn't getting the results and couldn't get the funding. I tried to do my best but it got to a point where my dream vanished,” she said.
In a statement that would appear to rule out any potential return for Gracie to Supercars, the organisation distanced themselves from the history-making driver.
“Supercars is aware of the article regarding former Super2 driver Renee Gracie,’’ a spokesperson said.
“As Ms Gracie is no longer competing in Super2, Supercars will not be commenting further.”
But the 25-year-old said she understood going public with her career switch would close the door to any future return to Supercars.