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A former police officer has made a whopping £1.3 million after setting up an OnlyFans account.
Charlotte Rose, 27, pulls in as much as £150,000 every month after signing up to the subscription site in 2016.
Charlotte, from Essex, trained to be a police officer but quit the role after just one year as she didn't feel she was well-suited to the job.
She decided to try her hand at modelling before joining OnlyFans at its inception in 2016 - one of just 100 women who were using the site at the time.
Now Charlotte is in the top 0.09 percent of creators of OnlyFans and since dedicating more time to her page has seen her earnings fly up from £10,000 a month to between £115,000 and £150,000.
Charlotte told Jam Press: "Everyone assumes OnlyFans is just porn - which I have nothing against, but personally I don't do that level of content.
"My page is very tame but it works because I'm niche - so many pages are hardcore but I won't do that, I like my page to be different.
"I'll roleplay and talk to the camera as if it's a guy and cover some fantasies, but it's mostly me talking to them.
"It's personal for me and I've built up relationships with a handful of my fans that I talk to daily and know inside out.
"I know their children's names, their job titles and if they're having a bad day - and when they are, I'll send a voice-note and some pictures of my dogs to cheer them up.
"I have a loyal fan base who tell me they wouldn't stay on my page if I became more explicit and I do well by being different to everyone else.
"Other girls are shocked that I earn as much as I do without doing more on camera."
But her success comes at a price, and Charlotte says all the hours she puts into work mean her social life isn't up to much.
"I can't remember the last day I had off and I work a minimum of 10-12 hours a day taking pictures, answering messages, handling my social media accounts and making content plans," Charlotte said.
"I'll go out maybe once every six months for a night with the girls, and for the odd dinner, but otherwise I'm at home hustling.
"Usually I work 14-16 hours a day, and even if I'm on holiday I'll do between four and six hours to make sure there is always new content up.
"If I take time off then the money doesn't come in, so I feel the pressure to work all day every day and hit my own self-made targets - it's a constant battle with myself to do better.
"You never know when it's all going to end so I'm building my business now so I can sit back in a few years and relax.
"I invest my money and time into my businesses and will graft working on my laptop until three a.m."
Charlotte is sensible with her cash, spending just five percent of her monthly earnings and investing the rest - but she has splashed out on a £265,000 purple Lamborghini that she had had her eye on since childhood.
She said: "When I was a little girl I used to say one day I'd have a purple Lamborghini but no one believes kids when they say that sort of thing.
"Test-driving it made me feel like I was on top of the world, but it feels more normal for me now.
"It was a really proud moment when I collected it - and I took my parents with me as they still don't quite believe how much I earn."