Lauren Drain is not only an OnlyFans model, but she is a fitness model as well.
Now, the 36-year-old is trying to help others get in the best shape they can be by promoting her fitness program.
Lauren Drain’s Fitness Program
Lauren Drain, 36, shared a photo dump to promote her end-of-the-year fitness program. In the first photo, fans see Drain squatting in a green knit bikini and beige heels. She is seductively looking into the camera, showing off her bright blue eyes.
She shared a second photo of herself in the same green bikini and beige heels, this time standing up showing off her strong legs and toned abs.
Drain is seen playing with her blonde hair, again, seductively looking into the camera.
The third photo was of Drain outdoors on a walk in a causal outfit, consisting of a tan tank top, denim shorts, and clear heels. The fitness model is clearly not wearing a bra as her nipples are popping through the shirt.
The fourth photo shows Lauren Drain barefooted, posing in a red lace bra and matching thong. The lingerie features silver gems on the sides.
The 36-year-old Instagram fitness model shared these photos, and more, to get a jump start on the new year by ending 2022 off with a bang. Drain is reminding her followers there are only a few weeks left of the year and is promoting her end-of-the-year fitness program by sharing “😱Just 2 days left to join my Year End 6 Week Program😱 Grab your spot now!💪🏽.”
Lauren Drain Was a Former Westboro Baptist Church Member
The 36-year-old grew up as a member of in the Westboro Baptist Church, which is known for being a hateful cult due to their “homphobic picketing.” The Instagram influencer and fitness model was brought into the organization by her father when she was 14, but more recently, she left the Church and began her social media career, which has taken off.
Now, she is speaking out regarding her time there.
“They prep you with this information of what’s going to happen to you if you get kicked out,” she said in regards to the church on the Michael Sartain podcast. “I think when I came home, I saw my face get markered out,” she continued.
When she made the decision to leave, she had thought her family would support her, however, that was not the case. “I was so low, these 70 people were the only people I associated with for seven years,” Drain continued to explain while on the podcast. “My mother, my father, my siblings, they cut me off all at once, they said I’m not worthy of God, not worthy of them.”
“I couldn’t have a phone call, I couldn’t come home for dinner, I couldn’t drive by the house. If you got cut off from everyone you love in one day, and they told you, ‘go f**k yourself’, that’s what I had,” Drain said.
At the time, she was focusing on her career as a nurse, which helped her get her mental health back on track. “Thank god I was really secure in my job because that was the only security I had in life… I honestly just grinded it out and worked as much as possible because I didn’t really have a life outside of that,” she added.