PAIGE SPIRANAC almost burst out of her tight top as she warned her fans about fake Instagram accounts.
The American is the most followed golf personality on the social media platform with 3.2million fans.
But her popularity comes with drawbacks and in recent weeks the ex-golfer has been the victim of identity theft.
Bad actors are pretending to be Paige and are speaking to fans and asking them for money in return for attention or even a relationship.
So to warn her followers of the dangers Paige filmed a short Instagram video detailing what to look out for.
She said: “Are you talking to me or a fake account? Let’s see!
“Is the message coming from my verified account? If so it is me. Is the message coming from an account in my name with zero followers it is not me, that is a fake account.
“If this account is asking for money, Itunes or Applebee’s gift cards, or a relationship it’s not me.
“If this person insists on talking to you on WhatsApp or Google hangouts it’s not me.
“If they show you a badly photoshopped passport, driver’s license or an old picture off of my Instagram to prove that it’s me, it’s not me.]
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“If this person calls you dear, honey, handsome, valued friend, valued fan, my fan, it’s not me.
“Well I hope that helps next time you are approached by a fake page, haha pun intended, and remember just report and block if it’s not from my verified account.”
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