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Paloma Faith filmed a topless lesbian sex scene to pay her £250 rent

Josh Milton April 11, 2020

Paloma Faith. (Jim Dyson/Redferns)

British singer Paloma Faith has revealed that she once filmed a topless lesbian sex scene to pay her rent, which was £250.

Facing eviction, Faith, 38, explained Wednesday on Instagram Live, according to The Sun, that she shot the scene for an art film.

This was the only time she has slept with someone of the same sex, she said, and the woman was “really attractive, awe-inspiringly gorgeous.

“And I felt like, yes, it was hot.”

Paloma Faith was asked to do ‘stereotypical lesbian stuff’ by an artist. 

The “Upside Down” hitmaker was asked during an Instagram Live session whether she has ever slept with another woman.

She then went onto explain how, while strapped for cash, she was approached by an artist who asked her to appear in an art film.

Paloma Faith. (Simone Joyner/Getty Images)

“An artist asked me if I would be in an art film, doing stereotypical lesbian stuff with a woman,” she said.

“I was with a woman once but only from the waist up and it was when I couldn’t make my rent.

“The woman I did it with was really attractive, awe-inspiringly gorgeous.

“And I felt like, yes, it was hot.

“I got £250 for it, which is what I needed to cover my rent. I was going to get evicted at the time.”

‘Picking Up the Pieces’ singer is raising her child gender-neutral. 

Faith has often shied away from the paparazzi flashes when it comes to her family.

Since giving birth in December 2016 with her partner Leyman Lahcine, Faith has kept a low-profile with her private life.

Tyler, The Creator accepts the International Male Solo Artist award from Paloma Faith. (Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)
Tyler, The Creator accepts the International Male Solo Artist award from Paloma Faith. (Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)

She later revealed that she has chosen to never share the gender or even name of her child because she wants her “child to feel that everything is available to them.

“And I have absolutely no problem if my child grows up not feeling an affinity with the gender they were born with, or if they’re homosexual or straight or whatever.

“It’s important to me that they’re given all the opportunities to be the person they want to be.”

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