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Carl Williams' daughter Dhakota teases OnlyFans debut


Dhakota Williams has hinted she could soon be making her debut on OnlyFans.

On Wednesday, the daughter of slain underworld figure Carl Williams, 20, took to Instagram to share a string of sultry images of herself kneeling in a plunging pink dress.

She captioned the photos: ‘If u wanna see more of me on my knees, comment for the OF.’

New project? Dhakota Williams has hinted she could soon be making her debut on OnlyFans, after sharing a string of sultry images of herself kneeling in a plunging pink dress to her Instagram page on Wednesday

New project? Dhakota Williams has hinted she could soon be making her debut on OnlyFans, after sharing a string of sultry images of herself kneeling in a plunging pink dress to her Instagram page on Wednesday

While it may well have just been a cheeky caption, Dhakota was met several comments from eager fans who said they would be more than happy to sign up to her page.

‘Absolutely gorgeous. hell yeah OF,’ one fan commented, while another wrote: ‘I’m here for that!’

‘Yesssss for the OF,’ another said, while a fourth chimed in: ‘Sign me up!’

Tease: She captioned the photos, 'If u wanna see more of me on my knees, comment for the OF'

Tease: She captioned the photos, ‘If u wanna see more of me on my knees, comment for the OF’

Gorgeous: In the images, Dhakota pouted at the camera in the candy pink frock, accessorising with a Louis Vuitton bag

Gorgeous: In the images, Dhakota pouted at the camera in the candy pink frock, accessorising with a Louis Vuitton bag

OnlyFans is a subscription-based adult website where content can range from something as innocent as a suggestive selfie, all the way to hardcore pornography.

In the images, Dhakota pouted at the camera in the candy pink frock, accessorising with a Louis Vuitton bag.

She wore her hair in a poker straight style, and sported a flash of makeup to enhance her striking features. 

All for it! While it may well have just been a cheeky caption, Dhakota was met several comments from eager fans who said they would be more than happy to sign up to her page

All for it! While it may well have just been a cheeky caption, Dhakota was met several comments from eager fans who said they would be more than happy to sign up to her page

Dhakota, whose mother is gangland widow Roberta Williams, regularly loves to share sultry images of herself on Instagram and has amassed over 35,000 followers.

She was nine years old when her father, drug kingpin Carl Williams, was bludgeoned to death at Barwon Prison by fellow inmate Matthew Charles Johnson in 2010.

Williams was a key figure in Melbourne’s infamous gangland war, which claimed the lives of 36 criminal figures between 1998 and 2010.

He was jailed for 35 years in 2007 for ordering the murders of three rivals, and more time for conspiring to kill a fourth.

Notorious: Dhakota was nine years old when her father, drug kingpin Carl Williams, was bludgeoned to death at Barwon Prison by fellow inmate Matthew Charles Johnson in 2010

Notorious: Dhakota was nine years old when her father, drug kingpin Carl Williams, was bludgeoned to death at Barwon Prison by fellow inmate Matthew Charles Johnson in 2010 

His death in 2010 followed an investigation revealing Victoria Police was paying $8,000 per year for his daughter’s school fees.

It was later revealed Carl was an informant and had given information regarding a handful of unsolved murder investigations.

Carl wrote several long letters to his wife and others from jail in the months before he was murdered, which have since been made into a book titled Life Sentence.

Dhakota spoke fondly about her father on Channel Seven’s Sunday Night program in 2016.

‘We know our dad as our dad, not what he’s described as in the newspapers… so we know him as fun and loving and caring for us, and always made us happy,’ she said.

‘If you spoke to him and got to know him, you’d think he’s not that sort of person, like, and you can tell he did it for his family ’cause he was all for us, all for us family.’

‘It was just normal for me, that’s all I really knew.’

Love: Dhakota spoke fondly about her father on Channel Seven's Sunday Night program in 2016. 'We know our dad as our dad, not what he's described as in the newspapers... so we know him as fun and loving and caring for us, and always made us happy,' she said

Love: Dhakota spoke fondly about her father on Channel Seven’s Sunday Night program in 2016. ‘We know our dad as our dad, not what he’s described as in the newspapers… so we know him as fun and loving and caring for us, and always made us happy,’ she said

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