Lingerie Football League star warns footie fans against romps with players

   Apr 14, 3:22 pm

Melbourne, Apr 14 (ANI): Chloe Butler, who plays in the Lingerie Football League, has warned football groupies to beware of players’ intentions.

Butler, who is now Canberra Raiders player Travis Waddell, used to be a Raiderette or cheerleader for the team.

Despite being not immune to footy stars’ charms, she also knows exactly where she stands.

“I was always an athlete,” News.com.au quoted her as saying.

“I’ve never really put them on a special platform,” she said

The Queensland native offers some sound advice for female footy fans who might want to hook themselves a player.

“Don’t get hurt and don’t get abused.

“Make sure that you have truly understood what they expect of you,” she added.

While she would never judge footy fans for their preferences, she thinks that female groupies need to be aware of footy players’ intentions and should make it clear to players exactly what they’re hoping to get out of the relationship.

“Sometimes girls try to be cool and seem open or willing, but they’re not.

“Always be smart about everything you do,” she said. (ANI)
 

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