‘Goddess’ who avoided taxes on racy pics ‘heads to Africa with sweets for kids’

A self-professed Instagram "goddess" has revealed her caring side by stocking up on sweets to give to children on her trip to Africa.

Italy-born Mady Gio, who fled the country to pay less tax, has shared on her Instagram page that she’s headed to Togo, Africa – but not without a suitcase full of sugary goodies and toothbrushes for youngsters there.

She shared videos on Instagram account, which has 1.4m followers, showing her in the supermarket aisle stocking on the supplies.

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She said: “Tomorrow I’m leaving for Togo, Africa, and buying a lot of sweets for the children.”

In her next video it shows her with a suitcase full of the sweets.

It says: “There are 30kg of sweets and rest assured there are also toothbrushes.”

Mady – whose real name is Mădălina Ioana Filip – first rose to infamy after she fled her native Italy for Switzerland to pay less tax on her racy earnings.

The racy model had previously taken to social media to flaunt her lavish possessions, including numerous luxury cars, to show off her immense wealth.

Mady is thought to have made a whopping £140,000 in August 2022 alone, but her incredible income came with a price in her home country, where she was forced to pay an eye-watering 27.9% income tax.

In Switzerland, however, charges start from as low as 0.77%.

Explaining her decision, she said: “In Italy, unfortunately, the percentage of taxes and contributions is out of the ordinary.”

She said her saving since migrating to the neighbouring country had helped her buy a villa and a high-end sports car.

Mady also raised eyebrows recently with a series of racy snaps taken in front of the iconic Colosseum.

In the pictures Mady sported a sheer tiger print jumpsuit that revealed her cleavage and belly button – leaving little to the imagination.

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"One of the 7 wonders of the world seen, and you?" she captioned the post, which has been liked more than 75,000 times.

But not everyone was happy about the images.

"How to offend history and our monuments with vulgarity. [Go] back to Switzerland," one disgruntled follower wrote.

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