Glamorous Colorado model who made a fortune catering to ADULT BABY

Glamorous Colorado model who made a fortune catering to ADULT-BABY fetishists is suing “fraudsters who claimed they were building a CLINIC for adult babies and used her images without permission to extort money from followers”

A Colorado model who works as an adult babysitter and is known for catering to sexual fetishes is suing “clinics” for allegedly stealing her images and committing fraud.

Katie Marie, a lifestyle model, has filed two lawsuits alleging her photos are being used by fraudulent websites to trick people into paying for services they never receive.

Marie, who goes by @worshippinggoddesskat on Instagram, said scam victims are now demanding their lost money and threatening to reveal their legal name and address.

She filed the lawsuits as Jane Doe in U.S. District Court in Colorado and is seeking unspecified damages from two companies.

Katie Marie, a lifestyle model who works as an adult babysitter, has filed two lawsuits against “clinics” for allegedly stealing her images

Marie, who goes by @worshippinggoddesskat on Instagram, said scam victims are now demanding their lost money and threatening to reveal their legal name and address

Marie, who goes by @worshippinggoddesskat on Instagram, said scam victims are now demanding their lost money and threatening to reveal their legal name and address

The services she offers include swaddling her clients in baby blankets, making cereal bowls, playing Saturday morning cartoons, changing their diapers and letting men kick them in their genitals.

In an interview with the Denver Post, she said, “For years I built a business in my image.”

“And being represented by a fraud company is extremely detrimental to my practice because if I am associated with this fraud, people will take me less seriously.”

“There have been many cases where my pictures have been used by someone else to scam people out of their money, and then they say, 'Well, Kat Marie is a scammer,' even though they weren't talking to me at all.

“You can't just take advantage of people on the Internet and get away with it.” At some point, someone will stand up for them. I certainly didn't care and could get Twitter to remove my pictures and move on. “But there are just too many people in the community looking for acceptance to continue to let scammers get away scot-free,” she continued.

The services she offers include swaddling her clients in baby blankets, making cereal bowls, playing Saturday morning cartoons, changing their diapers and letting men kick them in their genitals

The services she offers include swaddling her clients in baby blankets, making cereal bowls, playing Saturday morning cartoons, changing their diapers and letting men kick them in their genitals

In her first lawsuit, Marie Mark is suing Anthony Young and Carol Aaliyah Muhammad, both from the United Kingdom, for setting up a fake adult baby clinic and using her images without permission

In her first lawsuit, Marie Mark is suing Anthony Young and Carol Aaliyah Muhammad, both from the United Kingdom, for setting up a fake adult baby clinic and using her images without permission

In her first lawsuit, Marie Mark is suing Anthony Young and Carol Aaliyah Muhammad, both from the United Kingdom, for allegedly setting up a fake adult baby clinic and using her images without permission.

Both defendants had founded a clinic called AB Elite Clinic and claimed to be based in the UK and Ohio.

Early last year, Marie discovered the clinic after a man contacted her and asked why she never provided the services she promised him after sending thousands of dollars through CashApp.

Marie then found Young online and demanded that he stop using her photos. She claims he agreed and stopped but soon started again.

The lawsuit says Young messaged her on social media in May 2023, threatening to reveal her legal name and address to right-wing extremist websites and the police.

Both defendants had founded a clinic called AB Elite Clinic and claimed to be based in the UK and Ohio

Both defendants had founded a clinic called AB Elite Clinic and claimed to be based in the UK and Ohio

In the second lawsuit, she claims that her images from her personal websites were used by a fraudster to steal money from people who wanted to hire adult babysitters

In the second lawsuit, she claims that her images from her personal websites were used by a fraudster to steal money from people who wanted to hire adult babysitters

In the second lawsuit, she claims that her images from her personal websites were used by a fraudster to steal money from people who wanted to hire adult babysitters.

The lawsuit states that she discovered this alleged fraud when two men contacted her and asked why she had stolen money from them.

A man said he found her on social media and paid $13,543 through a website after seeing her picture in an ad for adult baby services.

When he demanded his money back after not using any services, an unknown person from the website threatened to publish his intimate pictures and email them to his wife unless he paid another $800 .

Marie's lawyer, Cassandra Kirsch, said legal notices were sent to both parties under the Hague Service Convention.