AN escort girl outrageously claimed she is as important as doctors and nurses after inviting customers into the back of her camper van.
Kirie Redfield broke coronavirus lockdown laws by seeing seven men in less than an hour on a business park near a football stadium.
The buxom brunette, who advertises unprotected sex at £30 for 15 minutes on an adult website, then met another client at a nearby supermarket car park.
When challenged about her behaviour by the Sunday People, Kirie claimed she was an essential worker, saying: “Men need their thing, you know.”
Pushed on whether she was worried about breaking the social distancing rules she added: “No, because I’m in a job I need to do, like doctors or nurses.”
On the website Kirie, in her 30s, advertised she was doing a tour of several Yorkshire towns this week, including Barnsley, Doncaster, Rotherham, and Wakefield.
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