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Arkansas woman goes viral staging 'silly,' risque photo shoot on roof to raise home repair funds

A homeowner in Arkansas was horrified when she learned her leaky roof would cost $10,000 to fix, so she crafted a “funny” plan to raise the money by taking risque photos on the roof and posting them online.

Terah Meishalyn, 24, bought a home in Little Rock less than a year ago and discovered that her roof was leaking last month. Contractors told her the whole roof needed to be replaced for a price tag of roughly $10,000, and her home insurance provider said it would not cover the expense.

“I thought, ‘Oh my gosh, how am I going to scrape together $10,000 for an issue that clearly needs to be fixed soon?'” Meishalyn told Kennedy News. “I was obviously feeling a little bit down about that and figured I might as well use humor to deal with the situation because I could either laugh or cry.”

To cope with the situation, she staged a photo shoot on her roof and posted the self-described “silly” photos to a Facebook group where people ask for advice. She subsequently racked up thousands of likes and comments.

“I have a job, but I would consider myself pretty and thought that I probably could make a decent amount on OnlyFans, and it would be a very quick way to scrape together that money,” Meishalyn, a small business owner, told Kennedy News. “So, that’s why I originally started it.”

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Terah Meishalyn, 24, was shocked when contractors told her she needed a new roof, which came with a $10,000 price tag. (SWNS/Kennedy News )

She said she thought it would be “funny” to take a couple risque photos wearing only a black leotard on the roof and post them, but she “very quickly realized I’m just not cut out for that.”

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Meishalyn told Fox News Digital that she’s still working on ways to raise the money for her roof, including her friend setting up a GoFundMe page for the effort. In the meantime, a local roofing company in Little Rock has offered to tarp the roof to protect it from storms.

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