The reality show contestant and alleged hooker went online to attack her critics and sell her body
"X Factor" star Chloe Victoria — a.k.a. "Chloe Mafia" — has some choice words for her critics … and she's going out with a bang.
The 19-year-old contestant on the UK version of Simon Cowell's talent competition "X-Factor" gained notoriety after her ill-prepared, scantily clad appearance on the show last week. Subsequent tabloid reports identified Mafia as a prostitute and a video was released that allegedly showed her doing cocaine.
Mafia was kicked off of "X-Factor" on Monday night. On Tuesday, she posted to a web page where she lashed out at her critics and advertised a "gangbang party" with "champane [sic] and light snacks included."
"F— TTHE PRESS IM DOING MY THING THEY HAVE MADE ME SOUND DAFT AND STUPID," Mafia wrote in the posting on the racy online classified site AdultWork.com.
Mafia reserved especially harsh words for Cowell, "X-Factor" host Dermot O'Leary and British morning news anchor Philip Schofield.
"Simon cowel/ deromt/ even philip schofield all wanted abit of me! … i rule this gaff so F—YOU!" Mafia wrote.
Along with her rage at the media, Mafia's AdultWork.com page includes information about booking her services as an "X Factor slut". Mafia offers in-person meetings and live webcam shows.
She's also hosting a "gangbang" in October. The page says Mafia is willing to do fetishes and bondage.
Mafia currently charges upwards of about $395 an hour for in-person sessions.