Paige VanZant has slammed a number of fans for sending her inappropriate messages after sharing her phone number on social media.
The UFC star has been delighting fans with photos of her nude adventures with her husband while in quarantine.
And VanZant went one step further on Sunday by sharing her personal phone number for anyone who wanted to reach out while in isolation.
The flyweight fighter followed Maria Sharapova’s lead in joining tech app ‘Community’ in an attempt to reach out to fans during the coronavirus pandemic.
VanZant, who has 2.4million followers on Instagram, shared her number and promised to reply to every response.
Just a few hours later ZanZant had been inundated with messages - some of which were highly inappropriate.
“I'm trying to get through all your text messages and replying to everyone,” she posted in an update.
“I'm having a lot of fun chatting to you - minus the three d*** pics. Not happy.”
ZanVant’s bizarre naked self-isolation
ZanVant has been entertaining her followers with a number of cheeky photos throughout the coronavirus crisis.
The UFC star had fans blushing last week when she posted a photo on Instagram showing her and fellow MMA fighter husband Austin Vanderford working out at home in the buff.
The photo showed VanZant sitting on an exercise ball while Vanderford did some chin-ups, both completely naked.
And the couple are clearly embracing the fact they can’t leave the house during the virus crisis.
VanZant has posted a series of photos showing her and Vanderford cooking, gardening and relaxing at home - all minus their clothes.
Sharapova shares her phone number with fans
Sharapova also shared her phone number on social media in an attempt to connect with fans.
The 32-year-old announced her retirement from tennis in February and apparently has a bit of extra time on her hands.
The five-time grand slam champion took to Twitter on Friday with a message for her fans during the unprecedented global crisis.
“Not only did I just get a 310 number (hello cool cats) but I’m sharing it with you—Text me! For real,” she wrote on Twitter alongside a video.
“Tell me how you’re doing, ask me questions, or just say hello. Any great recipes welcome too.”
In the video she explains her rationale.
“I’ve been trying to find a way to be in touch with all of you because last week I did a really fun Q&A on a video conference with 150 of you,” she says.
“I wanted more. A big part of that is because we’re all in this social distancing together, so I want you to text me what you think.
“Text me and wait to get a response.”
Needless to say she was flooded with replies and the video had been watched 2.5 million times on Monday afternoon.