Miss IBMS America Callista Cheri
Hot Model Magazine|June 2018

Callista is an independent model located in Denver Colorado. She has been working in the Hospitality Industry for 9 years. 

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MISS IBMS AMERICA Callista Cheri - Denver, Colorado

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