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 have surfaced from One Nation candidate’s former modelling career
- Rhiannon Bosma is running for the seat of Berowra in Sydney’s north
- One-time 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
A new candidate for Pauline Hanson‘s One Nation has deleted her Instagram account containing raunchy photos from her time as a model and reality show contestant.
Rhiannon Bosma was earlier this month announced as the party’s nominee for Berowra, in Sydney‘s north, for the upcoming federal election on May 21.
Prior her foray into politics, Ms Bosma posed for a series of racy photoshoots and has had articles written about the saucy pictures she uploaded to Instagram.
Those images were seemingly swiftly deleted in the wake of the new politician’s career change.
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’
The former model has a diverse resume – having been a professional Muay Thai fighter in Thailand and winning two international titles in kickboxing. But now she is pledging to fight for the people of the city’s north.
Ms Bosma was previously also known for appearing on Channel Seven’s short-lived game show ‘Take Me Out’. Only eight episodes of the show were ever aired on Australian screens with the single season running from September through to November back in 2018.
On the program, 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.
In her election profile on the One Nation website, Ms Bosma says 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.
Above, a photo from her now-deleted Instagram page. Ms Bosma has pledged to be a loud voice for her community
Another particularly racy image from the past showed the future politician looking artistic
‘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.
Career: On left, Ms Bosma is pictured here on Take Me Out. On right, as a Muay Thai fighter
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 on Wednesday announced her Queensland Senate ticket, which includes outgoing Liberal MP George Christensen plus former Adani mining executive Raj Guruswamy.
Mr Christensen’s unveiling was a shock U-turn given he said just days earlier that he was retiring from politics. He is, however, in the almost unwinnable third spot on the Senate ticket.
Like Mr Christensen, Ms Bosma’s chance of winning the seat of Berowra remain relatively low. The incumbent Liberal MP, Julian Leeser, won 57.20 per cent of the vote at the last election, and won his previous election to the House of Representative sin 2016. He is running for a third term in the safe seat.
Daily Mail Australia contacted Ms Bosma and the One Nation party for comment on Wednesday. The nation goes to the polls in fewer than six weeks.
What are One Nation’s main policies for the 2022 federal election?
Immigration: Will extend its zero-net migration policy and focus on permitting only highly skilled migrants from culturally cohesive countries into Australia.
Water: Will build new water infrastructure projects, including dams and increase the supply to Australian farmers and our growing nation.
Jobs: Does not support casualisation of the workforce and instead embraces full-time jobs.
Refugees: Believes in reducing the refugee intake for five years.
Energy: Supports the investigation of nuclear power in Australia. It strongly opposes subsidy schemes offered to foreign-owned solar and wind projects.
Trade: Believes the Australian Constitution must be upheld at all times and not undermined by United Nations forums and its 193 member states.
Climate: Claims to be ‘the only political party to question climate science’.
Family law: Strongly supports the implementation of a fairer child support system whereby the children are financially supported, not the ex-partner.
Education: Believes there should be no room for Western, white, gender, guilt shaming in any classroom and instead children should be taught the benefits of a merit-based, free-thinking society.
Medical cannabis: Believes that whole plant medicinal cannabis continues to act as a natural, proven alternative for chronic pain relief and other serious health symptoms experienced by Australians.