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Linda Lusardi, 63, says she would have drawn the line at setting up an account, explaining that she thinks it 'feels weird'.
Speaking to The Sun, she said: "It’s not something I would entertain. I know that a lot of people are making a lot of money, but it just feels weird to me.
"Because it isn’t ‘only’ for the fans, is it? People can screenshot or film you and then it’s out there to haunt you for the rest of your life.
“What if your life moves in a different direction? I think sometimes the girls haven’t thought about when they have children, who might well see their mother in a situation she later regrets.
“Even if you’re not in a relationship, it could affect you when you meet someone. What if they have friends or family who have ‘tuned into’ you in the past? It feels a bit underhand.”
Acknowledging that she has participated in topless modelling, she went on to add: "Maybe it’s a bit hypocritical of me and earning a living is fine, but what if someone got obsessed with you or found out where you lived?
“If they’re talking to them personally on there, I feel that would be a risk.”
Going on to explain what advice she would have given herself, she said: "If I could speak to my 20-year-old self, I’d say: ‘Don’t take your clothes off – become an actress instead.’"
Many people have said they have no regrets, with some even admitting that the only thing they wished is that they'd have gone on to OnlyFans sooner.
Kaya Corbridge found herself being in a position to fund a global jet-setting lifestyle as well as help her supportive family out along the way.
This all happened after the 23-year-old quit her degree at Leeds Beckett University to focus on creating content.
Kaya explained: "I set-up my OnlyFans account on a bit of whim. I just thought I'd give it a go - I never thought it would change my life in the way it has."