OnlyFans woman in top 0.4% turned down one million dollars to delete her account
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One of the most popular figures on OnlyFans has revealed that she was offered a million dollars to delete her account, and turned down the lucrative offer.
A French woman named Laurie is in the top 0.4 percent of earners on the site and part of that is because she allows her subscribers to make decisions for her in her life.
It's sort of like 'Twitch plays Pokémon', expect it's on OnlyFans and with 'every decision of my life, important or not' getting decided on by her subscribers.
She posts polls onto Telegram which let people vote on what they want her to do ranging from what she should have for lunch to whether or not to gamble away her money, and since giving it a go she's left her partner and quit her internship at the behest of her subscribers.
There are some rules in place to stop it getting too out of hand, Laurie won't do things that could 'put me in danger, harm someone, or be hateful'.
She has said her motivation behind this whole thing was to 'create a small community of people willing to share their lives with me'.
One of the things her subscribers voted on was what she should do if a guy asked for her number, with the vote decisively telling her to ignore him.
She then announced a poll asking her subscribers what her policy towards guys asking for her phone number should be, offering the options of giving a real number, a fake number, telling the guy she was in a relationship with her subscribers or setting a price of $5,000.
The fourth option won the poll and Laurie then announced that anybody could have her phone number as long as they paid her $5,000, with the OnlyFans star sharing a QR code for just that purpose.
Since then Laurie was made an offer by one of her fans which she yet again put to a poll and said the results 'could change my life'.
Laurie said 'something incredible has happened' and posted a series of messages she'd received to Telegram, revealing that a man had declared that he loved her and wanted 'to keep you all for me'.
He had offered her a million dollars if she would 'delete your OnlyFans account' as he felt he 'cannot share you anymore with other man'.
With a million dollars and the closure of her OnlyFans account on the table, Laurie told her subscribers she was 'not doing this for the money' and asked them to make the decision.
56 percent voted for her to reject the offer and she apologised to the guy, saying her 'community is stronger than anything' and saying her time on OnlyFans would continue.