Race Car Driver Turned Adult Star Shares 'Weirdest' Fetish Requests From Fans
A former race car driver made an almighty career change 18 months ago when she took the plunge into the world of OnlyFans.
It seems 26-year-old Renee Gracie made the right move as well, having revealed she's made 'close to $4 million' (AUD) which equates to around £2.14m / US $2.94.
But all that money comes with some rather strange demands.
Speaking to Daily Mail Australia about her weirdest requests, she said: "'I get people asking to bottle [my urine] up and send it to them. I do weeing videos, but I don't do it on anybody.
"I'm still considering how to do the bottle option, as I would hate for it to spill."
Very thoughtful of her.
She went on to add: "I've also had a few armpit video requests, which has been weird."
Renee last hit the headlines when she was blocked on Instagram, where she had accrued over 750,000 followers - many of whom were subscribers. Ouch.
In January she told The Daily Mail: "I just woke up and I can't log in [to Instagram]. They haven't given me any reason which I think is the hardest thing.
"I was cautious with the things I was saying in my comments. The photos I was uploading. All that sort of stuff.
"The work we're doing isn't illegal. If we were drug dealers or something I get it. Our stuff isn't worse than what companies are uploading with girls in bikinis."
In 2015, Renee partnered with Simona de Silvestro in a Ford FG X Falcon for the Bathurst 1000 V8 Supercar race, which was the first all-female pairing at Bathurst since Melinda Price and Kerryn Brewer in 1998.
However, after a string of poor results in 2017 and some difficulty in finding funding, Gracie was replaced with another driver. Looking for a new career, Renee was making some coin at a local car yard when she stumbled on the adult app.
In her first week, she made $3,000 and has gone on to build up such a following that she claimed to have made $500,000 in one month. She reckons she has saved up enough money to think about returning to the track, alongside her new career.
Speaking to News Corp, she said: "I don't think they would want me back.
"The pressure I was under in the last couple of years was immense and I don't really want to put myself through that.
"I don't need that pressure because I have a career outside racing now. I will be doing it for enjoyment and fun.
"I have been watching the races and keeping up to date with it.
"I want to do it again because now I can do it on my own and I can afford to enjoy it."