OnlyFans model arrested after explicit videos of children allegedly unearthed

The 26-year-old could face up to 26 years behind bars.

An OnlyFans star has been detained by police in relation to alleged child pornography offences, including the alleged possession of material involving her own cousin.

Adult content creator Luisa Espinoza and two other suspects were arrested in an operation by Ecuadorian police on February 28, and was confirmed by the Attorney General's Office on March 1. The trio's arrest is a result of the "alleged commercialisation of pornography involving the use of children and adolescents", it said.

"They were arrested early morning in raids carried out in Guayaquil and Daule, during which electronic devices, filming equipment, and around 10,000 videos with explicit images of minors engaged in sexual acts were seized."

Espinoza pictured in two photos of racy poses.
Espinoza is facing up to 26 years in jail if found guilty of multiple offences. Source: Newsflash/ Australscope

As of Friday, Espinoza, 26, was still active on OnlyFans, where she goes by the nickname La Vampira (Vampire Woman) and charges subscribers $30 (A$45) per month for access to her adult content.

The accusations are believed to relate to an X-rated video allegedly of Espinoza and minors from December.

Journalist Luis Antonio Ruiz said on Twitter among the allegations against Espinoza is an alleged incident involving underage students being allowed to touch her breasts. She is reportedly being investigated over her links to a child pornography network.

A brown house being raided by police officers as a man in a salmon shirt watches on.
Police pictured raiding Espinoza's home on February 18. Source: Newsflash/ Australscope

Local media also reported that "an intimate video with her cousin was leaked".

If convicted of child pornography offences, she could face between 13 and 16 years behind bars. Her sentence could reach 26 years if any of the minors in question are found to be related to her.

Local media believe that the other two suspects filmed and edited the material Espinoza produced.

The National Deputy Director of Investigation against Gender Violence of the Police, Jorge Borja, accuses Espinoza of grooming minors via social media.

Borja explained that the operation was carried out in collaboration with the National Police's US counterparts because "many of the videos were shared with people from other countries".

- Newsflash/ Australscope

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