Las Vegas, NV – February 16, 2017 – – Lingerie Fighting Championships, Inc. (“LFC”) (OTC Pink:BOTY) announced today that Prez Maxine Frost [0-0] has leveled several suspensions and warnings for infractions that occurred at LFC22 in October.

“We are committed to operating a league where our fighters are safe and viewers are protected,” Frost said. “We have several fighters who don’t seem to be getting the message so I had no choice but to discipline them.”

The worst offender at LFC22 was definitely Shelly DaSilva [0-0] who was disqualified for biting opponent Audrey Monique [0-0]. Mid-way through the first round DaSilva had Monique on her back and seemingly bit her eyeball. She was immediately disqualified and then attempted to attack her injured opponent as she lay writhing on the mat. It took the referee, her coach and Frost herself to finally eject her from the cage. Frost has hit DaSilva with a 2 event suspension.

“DaSilva is a repeat offender,” Frost says, in explanation of the ban. “She has attacked fighters between rounds, acted very inappropriately at previous weigh-ins and has, I believe, purposely chosen outfits that exposed her breasts on live television.”

DaSilva was unavailable for comment on the suspension but Monique feels it was warranted. “I’m still having issues with my eye. She’s an animal.”

Speaking of animals, Lauren Fogle [0-0] also found herself in hot water after simulating a sex act in her re-match with Teri London [0-0]. It happened in the first round when Fogle was behind London.

“We’re a family show,” Frost says, “not a live sex act.”

Fogle may have gotten away with a warning except she also admittedly spent the night with the referee who officiated her match and who she claimed as her prize.

“Fogle has had issues with referees in the past,” Frost says, “but usually she’s attacking them not sleeping with them. Obviously we can’t have our fighters having relations with our referees because it may bias them. Plus it caused her to miss several mandatory league events that night.”

Fogle received a 1 event suspension for her behavior.

Jolene Hexx [0-0] received a warning for a simulated sex act in her re-match with Andreea Vladoi [0-0].

“The difference is she didn’t sleep with the ref,” Frost offered in explanation for Hexx receiving a warning rather than a suspension.

Hexx believes the warning was unwarranted. “It wasn’t a sex act. It’s a common move in Krav Maga where you pin your opponents arms with your knee and smother them with…”

Hexx also received a warning for a wardrobe malfunction as did newcomers Karly Zucker [0-0] and Shay Mazzato [0-0].

“Despite my efforts to clean up the league we seem to have more wardrobe malfunctions each event rather than less,” Frost laments. “If it keeps up I may have to start handing out suspensions to repeat offenders.”

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