Staytrue – believed to be the alias of Yas Evans, from Melbourne, Australia has attracted plenty of attention lately after a homemade film of her performing sex acts at public train stations hit the web.
Part of a young graffiti crew known as Buniehole Productions, the young group, is apparently following in the footsteps elusive Banksy who was reportedly busted spray painting a wall in Melbourne.
The sexy street artist’s controversial work has helped turn “graffiti” into a legitimate and lucrative art form.
Video footage from Buniehole Productions’ YouTube channel show the crew “tagging” and vandalising trains – but the controversial street artist says she prefers to do it all naked.
Snaps of her naked have been uploaded to her Facebook page and have got her banned by the social media police. Posting on the Staytrue Graffiti Melbourne page said: “I’m back. Cause yet again some low life reported me [sic].”
Describing her pictures, Staytrue said: “I strip for shoots but I’m practically nude all the time.
“I love not wearing clothes. I sleep naked, wake up naked.
“Hell if it was legal I’d walk down the street naked.”
The revealing pictures show her posing naked in front of trains and walls tagged with her signature “Staytrue”.
Staytrue has said her antics has even got her into trouble with the police.
Staytrue said: “One time we got chased by two cops who happened to drive by and saw what we were doing.
“I kept running till we knew we were in the clear.”