Videos from Brittany Hillard's TikTok page (@baddiewanr)
The city's political hoper, Brittany Hilliard, has had to deal with a malicious leak of intimate photos of herself — which she apparently shared on OnlyFans earlier this year. Brittany Hilliard, a 29-year-old Republican mother of two, became the victim of a leak aimed at undermining her campaign to become one of the city's superintendents.
Police are currently conducting an investigation after the OnlyFans account run by the candidate for leadership of Kiski, Pennsylvania, USA, was allegedly maliciously leaked by one of her five competitors for a 6-year term on the city board.
Apollo police are investigating several cases in which envelopes, including the images from Britney's OnlyFans page, were distributed to businesses across the city. According to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, around 20 business owners found envelopes taped to their front doors on the morning of May 9. Although none of the photos show Hilliard naked, some show her in lingerie or suggestive sexual poses. In addition, several screenshots from her TikTok and Twitter accounts have been shared across her city, in which she is referred to as "baddiewithanosering."
Brittany Hilliard, a 29-year-old Republican, was the target of a malicious leak aimed at damaging her campaign (Photo: screenshot, Facebook)
Her OnlyFans followers claim that she only shared photos on the site during March this year. OnlyFans is a website designed to allow people – including writers, poets, artists and craftsmen – to view a variety of paid content. However, it is best known for exposing adult and pornographic content. In recent years, teachers, police officers and even military personnel have been fired or forced to resign when their fan pages have been shared publicly.
When announcing her candidacy, Hilliard said she was a homemaker, mother of two and caring for her elderly grandmother — with a degree in business finance. She has lived in the city for two years. She confirmed the photos were her own, but declined to say when she shared them online. "In my effort to be transparent, which is what I based my campaign for in charge of the town of Kiski, I don't deny that the photos are mine," Hilliard said, "I will only say that they were published for financial reasons and that everyone has a past, but to the town and the corruption in it I devote my full attention to. The contents of the envelopes are irrelevant to my ability to serve as a supervisor."
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Around 20 businesses received envelopes with the Republican candidate's intimate photos (Photo: screenshot, Twitter)
Republican candidate Brittany Hilliard (Photo: screenshot, Twitter)
She added on Facebook: "A number of people have gone to great lengths to undermine my campaign for the upcoming elections. I understand that some of you may disagree with the decisions I've made in the past regarding my personal life. However, I continue to hope that voters in Kiski will ignore my personal life and continue to support my effort to stop corruption in the town. I can assure voters that the town and its corruption are getting my full attention. I will not give in to these harassment and intimidation tactics."
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And then - she won the election
Just five days after the leak, last Tuesday, voters went to the polls to narrow down the pool of candidates running for seats on the town's supervisory board, which oversees fewer than 5,000 residents, and Brittany Hilliard overcame the controversy and won.
"I'M GRATEFUL THAT VOTERS CAME OUT TO VOTE FOR POSITIVE CHANGE AND GAVE ME SUPPORT, DESPITE THE NEGATIVE PUBLICITY AND THE MANY ATTEMPTS TO HURT MY CAMPAIGN," HILLIARD TOLD PEOPLE. "It's empowering, as a woman, to overcome some of the challenges I've faced," she continued. "I fought for transparency for almost a year, and now I'm one step closer to being able to provide that transparency to residents myself."
Police have so far not identified any suspects in the photoshooting. If caught, those responsible will be charged with distributing obscene material. The lawyer added that it was unclear whether Hilliard would file civil charges against the culprit if arrested.
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