Adult star Lana Rhoades flaunts flat postpartum belly as fans joke its a scam

It looks like ex-porn star Lana Rhoades has finally given birth to a baby boy.

She shared a picture of her postpartum stomach in an Instagram snap earlier on Tuesday evening.

It comes after the former adult actress announced she was pregnant in June, weeks after discussing her dating struggles.

She was open about her pregnancy on the 3 Girls 1 Kitchen podcast – and confirmed her due date was thought to be January 13.

It is believed Lana shared an adorable photo of herself with her newborn Milo but then deleted it on her Instagram story.

Now her 16.6 million Instagram fans were left stunned when she flaunted her toned belly despite giving birth about four days ago.

Posting on Instagram, Lana wrote: "@playboycenterfold (four days postpartum!)"

In the photo, the star, from Illinois, US, flaunted her toned stomach as fans reckon they had been scammed about her pregnancy.

One social media fan joked: "Where's the baby? Did we get scammed or something?"

Another Instagram admirer asked: "Weren't you pregnant?"

A third user exclaimed: "Yo you dropped the baby?"

Other Instagram fans praised the model and congratulated her for the birth of her baby boy.

Lana shared she was expecting a son back in July as she explained her "fears" following the gender reveal.

She admitted to feeling apprehensive in her podcast about raising her son due to experiences she's had in the past.

The model said: "I found out yesterday that I'm having a baby boy.

"I was thinking about how I feel about men in general and I realised I might have thoughts towards men where I think they're all bad."

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She added: "So I think before I have my child I want to go and speak to a therapist about it."

Lana, who lives in LA, plans to teach her son how to "respect women" and "not hurt women".

She explained: "I think that sometimes the way that we talk about men or feel about them is because of our bad experiences.

"I don't want them to rub off on my child – and I certainly don't want to make them feel bad about their gender.

"Or about other men and having an unhealthy relationship. My number one goal is not doing anything that messes up my kid."

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