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The widow and daughter of a notorious gangleader who was brutally murdered in prison both joined OnlyFans within days of each other.

Dhakota Williams, daughter of mob boss Carl, from Melbourne, Australia revealed on her Instagram that she is charging the equivalent of £20 a month for sultry snaps.

The 21-year-old posted a snap on her profile, showing her posing in the shower, with the caption: "You asked I listened…"

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The blonde beauty also shared a link to the OnlyFans account.

Dhakota previously posted a topless picture in June, posing alongside her mother, Roberta, who has also joined the adult site.

"Who's ready to see another side of me," the 53-year-old wrote on her own Instagram last week, with Dhakota among those who liked the post.

"Dared to do it. See a Side of Me You´ve Never Seen Before!!!" she wrote. She is charging around £18 for a monthly subscription.

Dhakota recently hit out at bullies when she revealed she had been fat shamed since she was nine-years-old.

"I've never once addressed fat shaming because I cbf (can´t be f***ed) even giving it the energy," she wrote on Instagram in June.

"But these people online have been calling me fat since I was about nine-years-old and I'm fed up.

"It's such a shame that I´ve had to learn not to give a f**k instead of people having to learn to be nice.

"This is a child we're talking about, teaching herself not to (care) because of nasty people, not these grown adults teaching themselves to be decent humans."

Dhakota's father was serving a 35-year sentence for the murder of three men when he was killed by an inmate who used the stem of an exercise bike as a weapon.

He died shortly after he provided information such as leads related to unsolved murders, to cops in return for concessions.

Before he was jailed, he was seen as a key figure in Melbourne’s gangland war – which saw 36 criminal figures killed between 1998 and 2010.

His daughter spoke to The Daily Telegraph ahead of her 21st birthday and said she didn’t want people to think she has “deadbeat” parents.

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Dhakota said: “It makes me so determined to want to prove people wrong because that is absolutely not how it is at all.

"Regardless of what my parents did or didn’t do, the bad things if that is what you want to call it, it doesn’t mean that I am any less of a person than someone else.

“I still have potential to be whatever I want to be, the world is my oyster. I can be whatever I want to be regardless of what people may or may not think of my family.”


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