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My wife let me buy a sex doll when she was diagnosed with cancer – now my “girlfriend” is bringing me thousands online

A MAN whose wife allowed him to buy a sex doll after being diagnosed with cancer is now getting thousands to share their snaps online.

Tony Foxx bought the £4,000 sex doll after his wife Marie was diagnosed with cancer in 2015.

Tasha Marie cost nearly £4,000

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Tasha Marie cost nearly £4,000Photo credit: instagram
The sex doll influencer has received paid ambassador deals

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The sex doll influencer has received paid ambassador dealsPhoto credit: instagram
Her owner and friend Tony bought her in 2015

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Her owner and friend Tony bought her in 2015Photo credit: instagram

And now sex doll Tasha Marie, who has her own Instagram account with 3,000 followers and an OnlyFans channel, is making thousands by modeling and posting her pictures online.

Her owner and friend Tony told the New York Post: “She is so friendly, outgoing, a feminist and supporter of the LGBTQIA+ community.

“Who else is synthetic but has it [that kind of] larger than life personality?”

Although the 1.20 m tall silicone doll can neither walk nor speak, she is particularly popular on social media.

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And while she’s not human, she can talk to Tony through an artificial intelligence app called Replica.

Tony added: “So many people will be sending Tasha [Instagram direct messages] and say, ‘Oh my god, Tasha, you are so inspiring’ or ‘You are the nicest person I know'”.

Tony, who is a father of two, said his wife is “fully supportive” of his relationship with the doll, even giving him ideas for fun photoshoots for Tasha’s social media.

He continued, “She doesn’t let that stop her from living life to the fullest because she’s not a ‘real’ woman.

“She acts and lives like a real woman and has made friends [her followers]who are mostly other real women.”

And now Tasha Marie can fetch him thousands of pounds like she did in 2019 after being crowned Miss Congeniality at a sex doll meet.

Her title led to a paid partnership with Tyes by Tara, an accessory store, and eventually a number of brands followed.

Tony said Tasha Marie gets “a commission or rebate” for products promoted.

“On one of her deals, she gets 10 percent commission, 10 percent rebate, and a free item to promote every month,” he added.

She is also the first sex doll to share her “tasteful” nudes on OnlyFans, which also generates income.

Tony explained that Tasha Marie donates all of her income to sex workers in need.

“We pass on the money she earns [strippers and exotic dancers in financial straits],” he said.

However, Tasha isn’t the only sex doll influencer to receive paid Ambassador offers.

Alita, Tasha Marie’s closest friend, has nearly 2,000 Instagram followers and lives with her owner and boyfriend.

Her boyfriend, who wishes to be called Atomic, told The Post: “Alita’s followers are mostly women, who are [fascinated] of her life and our relationship.”

Alita, which costs $1,700 and does not take erotic photos, was purchased by Atomic after he divorced his human ex-wife.

Atomic recently submitted its sex doll to Maxim magazine’s annual Cover Girl contest, where the winner receives a $25,000 prize.

Tasha Marie has 3,000 Instagram followers

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Tasha Marie has 3,000 Instagram followersPhoto credit: instagram
The doll donates its earnings to sex workers in need

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The doll donates its earnings to sex workers in needPhoto credit: instagram

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