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Raunchy photos resurface of new One Nation candidate as former model tears down her Instagram

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The photos Pauline Hanson’s new candidate doesn’t want you to see: VERY raunchy pictures resurface of new One Nation candidate as she tears down her Instagram

  • Images from One Nation candidate’s former modelling career have resurfaced  
  • Rhiannon Bosma is running for the seat of Berowra in Northern Sydney
  • Achieved kick-boxer also made appearance on reality show Take Me Out in 2018 
  • Candidate has vowed to stand up for local business and fight vaccine mandates 

Raunchy photos of Pauline Hanson’s new One Nation candidate have resurfaced as the former model and reality show contestant deletes her Instagram account. 

Rhiannon Bosma was earlier this month announced as a new candidate for the seat of the Berowra electorate, a suburb about 40km north of Sydney’s CBD. 

Before her foray into politics, she posed in a series of racy photoshoots and appeared on Channel Seven’s short-lived game show ‘Take Me Out’.

Only eight episodes of the show were aired on Australian screens with the single season running from September through to November back in 2018.

Rhiannon Bosma was earlier this month announced as a new candidate for the seat of the Berowra electorate, a suburb about 40km north of Sydney's CBD

Rhiannon Bosma was earlier this month announced as a new candidate for the seat of the Berowra electorate, a suburb about 40km north of Sydney’s CBD

Before her foray into politics, she posed in a series of racy photoshoots and appeared on Channel Seven's short-lived game show'Take Me Out'

Before her foray into politics, she posed in a series of racy photoshoots and appeared on Channel Seven’s short-lived game show ‘Take Me Out’

Ms Bosma was one of 30 women who stood onstage as various bachelors tried their luck at scoring a date with one of the singletons. 

The former model was also a professional Muay Thai fighter in Thailand and has won two international titles in kickboxing. 

In her profile on the One Nation website, Ms Bosma said she was ‘engrained’ in the Berowra community and had once been a Castle Hill showgirl. 

She has vowed to prioritise local business and the right to freedom and choice as well as provide a ‘loud voice’ for her community if she wins the Berowra seat. 

The former model said she backed Ms Hanson’s call for a royal commission into the Australian government’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Ms Bosma said witnessing first-hand the impact of lockdowns on local businesses was a major motivator for her entry into politics.

The former model was also a professional Muay Thai fighter in Thailand and has won two international titles in kickboxing

The former model was also a professional Muay Thai fighter in Thailand and has won two international titles in kickboxing

Ms Bosma has vowed ot prioritise local business and resident's right to freedom and choice, as well as provide a'loud voice' for her community if she wins the Berowra seat

Ms Bosma has vowed ot prioritise local business and resident’s right to freedom and choice, as well as provide a ‘loud voice’ for her community if she wins the Berowra seat

‘This community needs someone who is not fully compliant and will stand up and fight for what the people want,’ she wrote. 

‘The lockdowns did absolutely nothing to stop Covid all they did was delay it and rob small businesses of income and staff, and cost locals their livelihood.

The candidate said those who had chosen not to be vaccinated or wait for more ‘evidence’ about the vaccine should not be ‘coerced nor removed from society’.

‘I am here to represent you and, with Pauline Hanson’s One Nation, I will always fight for your fundamental rights and freedoms,’ she said. 

Ms Hanson in January announced her intentions to push for a royal commission into how the government handled the Covid-19 pandemic. 

The One Nation leader says whichever party forms government after this year’s federal election there should be an honest and thorough examination of how all governments – federal, state and territory – managed the crisis.

In her profile on the One Nation website, Ms Bosma said she was'engrained' in the Berowra community and had once been a Castle Hill showgirl. She is pictured here on Take Me Out.

In her profile on the One Nation website, Ms Bosma said she was ‘engrained’ in the Berowra community and had once been a Castle Hill showgirl. She is pictured here on Take Me Out.

Ms Hanson (pictured on Wednesday) in January announced her intentions to push for a royal commission into how the government handled the Covid-19 pandemic

Ms Hanson (pictured on Wednesday) in January announced her intentions to push for a royal commission into how the government handled the Covid-19 pandemic

She said the pandemic has affected every Australian in some way with people dying, workers losing their jobs, individual rights and freedoms being restricted and unelected bureaucrats wielding ‘extraordinary power’.

‘We need a royal commission, not to lay blame or find scapegoats – the buck will always stop with the prime minister and state and territory leaders, as it must in a representative democracy,’ she said.

‘But primarily to learn which pandemic measures worked and which didn’t so we are much better prepared for the next pandemic. Because as sure as the sun rises every day, there will inevitably be another pandemic.’

Ms Bosma’s chance of winning the seat of Berowra remain relatively low with the current Liberal MP winning 57.20 per cent of the vote at the last election. 

The MP currently in the seat, Julian Leeser was first elcted to the House of Representatives for Berowra in 2016 and was re-elected three years later. 

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Ms Bosma and the One Nation party for comment.  

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