Chelsea-supporting OnlyFans model says there is "agenda" as she slams sanctions

A Chelsea-supporting OnlyFans model has slammed the sanctions imposed on the club by the UK government and claimed there is an "agenda" against the Blues.

Under new restrictions imposed on owner Roman Abramovich on Thursday morning, the west Londoners have been hit with a raft of changes that will significantly affect the club.

The freezing of Abramovich's assets means the club cannot sell match tickets for future matches, sign players, renegotiate contracts or even sell merchandise.

The move has not gone down well with Chelsea-supporting OnlyFans babe Ally Rhodes, who has called out what she believes is an "agenda" against the Blues.

Almost immediately after the sanctions were announced, she wrote: "There is an agenda against Chelsea Football Club. There always has been, there always will be.

"Sanction or no sanction, London is and forever will be blue."

Rhodes also retweeted a message criticising the government as well as a series of memes in support of the club.

The brunette babe is a huge Blues fans and regularly posts content related to the European champions.

Her pinned tweet is a picture of her wearing a Chelsea top and sexy lacy underwear with the words: "Match day."

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Fellow OnlyFans model Astrid Wett also hit out at the government's sanctions which came into effect on Thursday morning and expire on May 31.

Despite restrictions preventing them from selling tickets, merchandise and signing players, among other things, the Blues can still fulfil their fixtures.

The club have been granted a special licence by the government and are able to pay the wages of all employees, including players and coaching staff.

They can pay "reasonable" costs of travel to and from fixtures but not exceeding £20,000 per game. The same applies towards hosting fixtures at Stamford Bridge, providing costs to not exceed £500,000 per fixture per team.

The Chelsea Supporters' Trust released a statement confirming their position following Thursday morning's news.

It read: "The CST notes with concern the Government's statement regarding the owner. Supporters MUST be involved in any conversation regarding ongoing impacts on the club and its global fan base.

"The CST implores the Government to conduct a swift process to minimise the uncertainty over Chelsea's future, for supporters and for supporters to be given a golden share as part of a sale of the club."

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