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Former Morrisons Worker Makes £15k-A-Month From OnlyFans And Says Business Is Booming During Lockdown

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Former Morrisons Worker Makes £15k-A-Month From OnlyFans And Says Business Is Booming During Lockdown

A former Morrisons checkout girl is now raking in more than £15,000-a-month posting racy snaps and videos online and says business is booming due to the coronavirus lockdown.

Ally Mae was only working at the supermarket two years ago earning £8.50-per-hour - she spent her days icing cakes in the bakery and lended a hand on tills on night shifts to boost her wage.

But the 21-year-old now cashes in on website OnlyFans - making more than £120,000-a-year and has become one of the top earners on the site, claiming that with more people stuck at home due to Covid-19 she is in demand more than ever.

Ally Mae when she worked in Morrisons. Credit: Triangle News
Ally Mae when she worked in Morrisons. Credit: Triangle News
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She said: "It's been absolutely crazy. People are bored and sat at home, and we're here to keep them entertained. My numbers have definitely gone up a lot. I've got way more subscribers and I'm now getting almost a marriage proposal a day."

Ally lives in a plush three-bedroom house and hopes to earn £200,000 by the end of 2020.

She went on: "I never thought I'd ever be making this much money in my life. It's amazing, I have so many great opportunities. At the age of 21 you don't expect to have a nice car, house and be financially stable."

Ally only spends about two or three hours working a day, which means she makes more than £150-an-hour. The rest of the time she spends gaming on Call of Duty or Fortnite and chatting to friends.

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Ally joined Morrisons when she was 16 after finishing her GCSEs, and worked several shifts a week while studying at college.

When Ally isn't working she plays Call of Duty and Fortnite. Credit: Triangle News
When Ally isn't working she plays Call of Duty and Fortnite. Credit: Triangle News

In 2018, after starting to make money on cams, she quit the supermarket to focus on her adult career full-time.

Ally, from Blackpool, Lancashire, said: "I noticed girls were making crazy amounts on OnlyFans, I decided I would quit camming and put everything into it."

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The website allows people to charge fans for pictures, videos and personal messages - and is mainly used for adult entertainment.

Single Ally now makes a minimum of £10,000-a-month from around 1,300 subscribers, who also pay for customer content like penis ratings.

"I try to post as much as I can on my main feed," she explained. "People can tip for custom content and d**k ratings."

Ally now mentors new girls who want to join the website with a 20-page guide full of tips. She has 100 other models under her wing - and the number has boomed since lockdown began.

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Ally's mum and sister are both really supportive of her unique career although her mum did originally want her to become a teacher.

Ally says she will continue doing it for as long as she can - and her dream is to travel the world.

Featured Image Credit: Triangle News

Topics: onlyfans, Community, UK

Rebecca Shepherd
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