Ebanie Bridges’ see-through lingerie has ‘Instagram police after her’

Ebanie Bridges has been told the ‘Instagram police will be after her’ following a ‘see-through’ lingerie upload that might well push their guidelines to the limit

Ebanie Bridges might once again find herself in H๏τ water with the ‘Instagram police’ after posting a risqué snap in which she poses in see-through lingerie.

The IBF bantamweight champion, who is on a four-fight win streak since being edged out by Shannon Courtenay in 2021, is now making a fortune on OnlyFans, having previously stolen the show at weigh-ins.

The 36-year-old often teases her subscription-based content on Instagram, where she has 730,000 followers, now with a lingerie snap which fans reckoned they could see through.

Bridges had posted alongside the pH๏τo: “All this, boxing, behind the scenes, and more over on my @onlyfans. Click the link in my bio!”

One worried follower commented: “That bra is a tiny bit see-through the Instagram police will be after you.”

A second added: “Beautiful and tough, perfection.” A third said of her blue and pink garments: “That color is perfect on you!”

Bridges recently claimed she is among the top 0.01% of OnlyFans earners, having previously ignored the platform due to her desire to go back into teaching.

The latest upload, which brought in more than 30,000 likes in a matter of hours, was not her first to test the limit of Instagram regulations.

Re-uploading the snap, Bridges recently posted: “Haha that pic that broke the internet back in 2022 new years,” she wrote. “Nearly got my Insta shut down. So lame… if u wanna see more like this go to my OnlyFans and send me a DM.”

Appearing on talkSPORT earlier this month, Bridges was asked how lucrative her OnlyFans page has been since launching in December.

She said: “You wouldn’t even believe it if I said it. It’s only been 10 weeks and I won’t disclose (how much money I’ve earned), but from the second day of launching my OnlyFans I’ve been in the top 0.01 per cent of earners.

“I don’t even know why I’m boxing, probably because I love hitting people.”