Riyad Mahrez's Covidiot wife, 28, selling saucy snaps on OnlyFans after being fined for flouting lockdown at London bash
RIYAD Mahrez's Covidiot wife is selling saucy snaps of herself online after being fined for flouting lockdown rules.
Rita Johal, 28, was filmed telling cops "the one per cent is controlling us" after a party she attended at a London flat was raided on Friday night.
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She later claimed she had been "fined for being too hot" in videos uploaded to her 500,000 Instagram followers.
Just hours after The Sun revealed the story, the model started promoting a new account on X-rated site OnlyFans, promising 'exclusive content' for £8 a month.
A promo video features her posing for a series of intimate selfies before asking fans to subscribe.
She tells followers: "Swipe up right now to subscribe to my OnlyFans. I'll be posting exclusive content I won't be posing anywhere else – my music, pictures, videos, all of that exciting stuff."
Rita, who is estranged from her Manchester City star husband, has made 16 posts on the premium content site, including shots captioned 'Lil bit of me' and 'Love to try it all'.
Rita was with at least half a dozen people at the property on Friday night in videos she uploaded to her Instagram account.
She captioned the clips: “Fine for being too hot. Loool we all got fined don’t worry about it sweetheart.”
They show at least ten Metropolitan Police officers quizzing the revellers as Rita asks them: “Guys is this what life is? Don’t you guys like to party anymore, guys?”
A female officer can be heard telling her: “Not during lockdown.”
To which Ms Johal responds: “Guys, you can’t be all depressed in this world, we have got to be happy.”
The model continues on a bizarre rant, claiming “the one per cent is controlling us” before shouting: “We are all in this together!”
A cop is then told to give her a fine for the breach.
Last week a man admitted using a bank card belonging to Riyad Mahrez on visits to a casino and a trip to Ibiza.
The fraud took place while the Algerian international was at his previous club Leicester City.
The Premier League winner was reimbursed £175,830 by his bank after a card the player never received was used to make purchases for hotels, in restaurants, casinos and cash withdrawals, including in Leicester.
Mohamed Sharif, of Forest Gate, east London, admitted a single count of fraud at Snaresbrook Crown Court, and will be sentenced later this month.
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