Mormon mum wows in cut-out dress as she asks fans if they can keep secret

The Mormon mum who was "banned" from the church over her racy double life turned heads with her latest post.

Holly Jane, 39, first hit headlines when her bishop found out she was selling racy snaps online. While he demanded her to stop, the widower vowed to stick to her guns.

She pockets around £70,000 a month from her venture where she flashes her body. And the mum-of-four also boasts 128,000 followers on Instagram.

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Now Holly, who still attends weekly services, put on quite a show as she teased her legion of fans with a racy clip on her Instagram page.

In the clip, the blonde bombshell can be seen taking a bottle of water out of the fridge as she strategically bends over in front of the camera. She wore a black mini dress which featured a cut-out detail at the front.

Then as she picked up the bottle, where she took a subtle sip of hydration before she glared right at the camera. Her cheeky caption read: "I can keep a secret, can you?"

It didn't take fans long to head over to the comments section as many admitted "yes, they can". One said: "Delicious."

While another added: "Want you babe," and a third commented: "You are my secret."

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Holly has found a way to balance her religious beliefs with her racy job. She still attends weekly services and strips off online when she's at home.

The Mormon mum said her child who knows about her career "isn't bothered" and hopes to one day teach her daughter that "celebrating her body isn't something to be ashamed of".

Her husband, Stephen tragically passed away back in 2017, when he was just 31 years old, but she believes he would have approved of her choices.

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