The woman who claims that Conor McGregor fathered her baby has opened up an X-rated fan site where punters can pay for explicit content.
Terri Murray, 26, has signed up for 'OnlyFans', a website where viewers pay £22 a month to receive exclusive content from the providers they subscribe too.
Fans can watch scantily-clad women on camera performing lewd acts.
Ms Murray hit the headlines earlier this year when she claimed that her baby daughter Clodagh's dad was UFC icon McGregor.
She wants the UFC fighter to take a DNA test to prove that he is the father after claiming the pair slept together in Liverpool in 2017.
McGregor, who is thought to have amassed a £75million fortune from his sporting and commercial exploits, has denied that he is the father and claims that Terri slept with one of his friends.
It was understood that McGregor, 30, was prepared to take a DNA test to prove it.
Ms Murray revealed that she had joined the site with a post on Instagram, the social media platform which she has recently returned to after initially deleting all of her online accounts.
Ms Murray claims that she met McGregor when the Irishman travelled to Liverpool to attend the Grand National at Aintree in 2017.
She claims that the pair had sex that night, four weeks before McGregor's long-term girlfriend Dee Devlin, 31, gave birth to their first child, Conor McGregor Jnr.
Photos of Terri and McGregor were allegedly taken in his hotel suite, which appeared to show his hand placed below her black leather skirt.
Terri showed the Daily Mirror social media messages in which he appeared to deny he was Clodagh's father and suggested that she had instead slept with one of his friends.
Last May, Terri filled in an “initial enquiry form” for child maintenance, naming McGregor as the “respondent”.
In July she got two more forms to fill in but has yet to do so. Terri says she decided to tell her story earlier this year as she felt she had nowhere else to turn.
Terri said: “I don’t want his money. I just want to prove he is Clodagh’s dad and I’m not lying.”
She added: “I’m still thinking I shouldn’t do this, it is wrong, It has got to the point, I’m living with my mum, on my own, with no job, with a baby, I’m struggling, it is harder than I thought it was.
“I really didn’t want to do this, I wish we could have sorted it out privately. I don’t know why he let it come to this.”
Terri, who was single at the time, claims that neither herself or McGregor used contraception.
She alleges that he later told her: “Imagine if you were pregnant to me, you would be set for life. You would have the golden ticket.”
She added: “I told him I wasn’t on nothing [contraception] and he was like ‘Ah f*** it, babe’.”
Terri said he invited her to another club but she went home.
She said he contacted her again two days later and they had sex a second time in the Hilton.
By this time, she knew Dee was pregnant.
But she said: “It was none of my business. That’s his business. No one can put that on me. I don’t agree with it, I’m sorry for doing it.”
Crying, she added: “I feel sorry for the poor girl, I feel embarrassed and ashamed but things happen and it’s not my fault.”
Later in the week, McGregor flew home to Ireland. The next month, Terri found she was expecting.
She said: “I messaged Conor. I told him I’m pregnant.”
Terri says he never replied but in the following months she had conversations with his friends about her situation.
Clodagh Julie Murray was born on January 9 last year. Her father is not named on the birth certificate.
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