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April 12, 2022

The 24-Year-Old Former Cult Leader Tells How Followers Worshipped Her Seven Deadly Sins Sermons

Alice Irving reveals how she got thousands of men to pay her eye-watering sums of money to give them advice on how to turn their sinful lives around.

There was a star on OnlyFans once the cult leader, with thousands of men paying large sums of money to hear her speak.
Alice Irving, 24, started the cult around seven deadly sins – pride, greed, lust, envy, gluttony, wrath, and sloth – each member having at least one of the seven plagues plaguing their lives.

She told the Daily Star, “a cult is seen really negatively, but it’s just a group of people worshipping an idea or leader they all believe in,” she said.

Only one rule applied to the Canadian-born model – no personal meetings.

As an alternative, the blokes would pay Alice to join virtual chat rooms or “clubs,” each dedicated to one of the seven deadly sins.
She explained that there were different levels.

Every month, people would donate $10 (£7.6), then $100 (£76), $1,000 (£760), $10,000 (£7,600), and $100,000 (£76,000).
Sinners would receive varying degrees of access to Alice’s wisdom, starting with social media pages and including video messages or one-hour FaceTime calls.

Unbelievably, two individuals contributed $100,000. It would be a “custom” request agreed on in a private chat with Alice – “but they would never meet in person.”

Members of the cult also used Alice’s name in their usernames across the web as a marketing strategy.

“Tens of thousands of people would have Alice-underscore-in their name. They would represent me everywhere they went,” she said.

Let’s say you go to another space. People would wonder why there are so many Alice-somethings. Then they would find me. My subreddit grew and grew and grew. I had a subreddit with 13,000 people – and I didn’t even know.”

Despite the cult giving Alice a sense of “purpose,” there were more material benefits. These were particularly fruitful during an “anniversary” period when the followers piled gifts on their cult leader to celebrate what was essentially her second birthday.

Alice said: “One time a stranger gave me a tip of $20,000 (£15,300). Another gave over $100,000 over the course of a month.”

Among the most bizarre “anniversary” gifts was an “industrial box” containing thousands of Kinder Bueno chocolate bars.

After calling it quits as a cult leader, Alice still keeps in touch with some of her followers even though the main aim of her organization was to “make the world better.”




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