Ms Miners is understood to have been “warned off” and directed to a counter extremism programme by police.As many as 100 women and girls are believed to have travelled to territory held by Islamic State in Iraq and Levant (Isil), many of them after being groomed online.She said she was in contact with Abu Usamah, whose true identity is not known, as recently as last month.She said: “He was saying, ‘If you can leave England, then just leave.'” Islamic State extremists trying to sign up ‘jihadi brides’ to travel to Iraq or Syria have tried to recruit a former glamour model who converted to Islam.Counter terrorism police have warned Kimberley Miners to stop extremist activity after she exchanged social media messages with a recruiter and allegedly shared violent Islamic State propaganda videos on social media.The 27-year-old who has in the past posed topless for a tabloid newspaper admitted to the Sunday Times that she had been in contact on Facebook with an Isis recruiter called Abu Usamah al-Britani who is trying to recruit a new generation of jihadist brides from the West. She condemned Isil’s beheadings and did not want to be a jihadi bride, but was interested in travelling to the region to carry out charity work, she said.Ms Miners, from Bradford in West Yorkshire, turned to Islam after the death of her father, but said she had faced abuse in the street for wearing Islamic dress.She said: “I’ve gone from glamour model to something completely different. Kimberley Miners posed topless for a national newspaper before turning to IslamCredit:SWNS Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. “But that again makes me wonder. You don’t get shit for wearing nowt, but the second you start wearing [the veil] you get accused [of extremism] and stuff.”Sources said her case had echoes of the recruitment of Sally Jones, a former punk rocker from Kent, who travelled to Isil’s self-styled caliphate with her young son after meeting a jihadist online.The flow of Westerners to Isil territory has slowed to a trickle as battlefield reverses and heavy casualties among jihadists has put them off travelling to Iraq and Syria.