A two-year-old boy is dead after he reportedly drowned in a pool at a villa in Thailand on Valentine’s Day.

The child was the son of OnlyFans model Wiyada Pontawee who was busy posing for photos shot by her photographer husband at a house in Pattaya, Thailand.

According to the Mirror, Pontawee and her husband brought the boy identified as Chawanakon Hancharoenpanna to the said home.

But it appears the photoshoot was also a party. There were allegedly other adult models present at the time and were partying.

The 26-year-old was posing in front of the pool in a revealing black bikini before the drowning. The woman also known as Soda also spread her legs across a snooker table in one of the other photos.

Chawanakon was left with his younger brother and another child at the time playing in the pool. Unfortunately, it reached a point when the adults when into the villa with other guests eating grilled prawn and having drinks.

Later that evening, Chawanakon drowned as his mother was working inside, having her photos and videos taken. The two-year-old was just two days away from turning a year older.

It was the husband of Wiyada who heard the boy struggling and immediately called emergency services at around 10:00 p.m.

Medics arrived to perform life-saving measures on Chawanakon before bei brought to a hospital. The two-year-old was pronounced dead later that evening.

The whole incident left Wiyada devastated after learning her son had died.

"I'm heartbroken. I don't want to live anymore,” she said. "I am praying to bring my son back to life."

Staff warned parents to pay more attention to their kids, especially if they were near pools. An investigation has yet to start as of this writing.

Wiyada regularly poses in explicit images on OnlyFans and other adult platforms where she charges a fee. It was not mentioned if the 26-year-old was posing with her clothes on or performing adult material at the point when the boy drowned.

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