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'Palliative care work in pandemic was awful – but racy Babestation job changed my life'

READ MORE: Day in the life of Babestation model – from glam routine to kinky caller fetishesThe dramatic career switch "shocked" her family but she has no regrets about agreeing to be an adult model.Speaking exclusively to Daily Star, the Birmingham beauty, 26, said: “It has literally been life-changing. It has changed my life for the better, I can’t deny that.“Mentally I was in such a bad place and now I feel like a whole new person again.”Before palliative care Megan shifted in nightclubs - but she said becoming a healthcare worker was her way of “giving back”.But asked what her job was like at the height of Covid-19, she gave a candid response.“I don’t know how I got through it,” she began.

“It was very hard and I would get home, have a shower, curl into bed and I had to go to sleep straight away just to block it all out. It was an awful time.“After a while I couldn’t take it any more.

It was awful because visitors couldn’t come in and see their families and it was a palliative care unit so it was a very tough time.”Reflecting on the career more generally, she said: “It was very, very intense and I worked there for five years.“You see all sorts there and it is a bit of an eye opener to be honest and I was quite young when I started there.“It really matured me in a way.“I do miss a few of the residents I looked after. I was there almost every day and it was like a family so not going in there now is sad.”But when Babestation suddenly came knocking, Megan was already on the hunt for a new job.

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