Model and influencer Apollonia Llewellyn, also known as Page 3 girl Barbi, is worried about her career after her Facebook page was hacked and pornographic content was posted to her 5.4 million followers.
The 23-year-old star is currently unable to access her business page.
Llewellyn, who has built up a large following on social media over the years, said that managing her Facebook account was her full-time job.
She is now concerned that her reputation has been damaged and that she will have to start from scratch with a new page, which may negatively impact her finances.
"This is basically like losing your job, all my partnerships were through there," she shared.
"I probably had that page for a good 10 years working hard to get those followers and sharing it every day."
"I have traveled to 13 different countries this year to get the best content for my fans to see and I just feel like all is wasted now because I have no page and they [hackers] are posting as if it is me so I think my fans think it is me."
The blonde star continued: "It happened yesterday evening and I've not slept much because I am worried something else will happen."
"They are on my Facebook, will they now get into my Instagram next? I've just been thinking about trying to get it back but it's not been easy."
"They are posting porn on the stories so they are probably thinking what the hell is she doing. It is humiliating. I wouldn't post anything like what they posting. It. They have been sharing women doing really weird things."
Llewellyn has contacted Meta for help but has not yet received a response. At the time of writing, explicit videos of women having sex were still featured on her public business page, with a prompt for the viewer to "swipe up" to see more.
She became aware of the hacking when someone asked her about the unusual content being shared on her Facebook stories.
Llewellyn thinks the hacker may have been someone who contacted her on Instagram about advertising work, but she has no idea how they were able to access her account since she never shared her login information.
The popular model also has 513,000 followers on Instagram and her videos on TikTok have been liked a total of 6.6 million times.
She is still looking for a solution to the hack but has said it is "impossible" to get support from Meta and Facebook.
"There should always be a contact to help with urgent matters and it's like going around in circles at the moment," she said.
"I need my page. I am an influencer and model and to lose over 5 million followers like that is going to have a terrible effect on my work life and my mental health can be deeply affected by this."