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Moss, 23, set up her OnlyFans account back in June 2021 after successfully selling some nude photos of herself for £1,000.
Having previously claimed to be making thousands a month on the platform, she has now made the bold decision to share content with fans for free.
However, according to The Sun, Moss is instead offering extras for tips, with fans able to unlock individual content pictures for around £10 or become a VIP member for £75 - the cost of which will get you free unlimited chat, VIP content and custom requests. Oh, and she’ll even rate your manhood if you splash out on that package.
She revealed that her content and phone number had been leaked in a teary video on social media, having received a messaged from a concerned fan, which said: “He’s telling the boys in the group chat to sub to your OnlyFans and leak the pictures to your mother’s Instagram.”
Moss, who is the younger sister of supermodel Kate Moss, said she’d already received numerous calls from unknown numbers, and that the ex-friend responsible had been mocking her online.
“What an evil human being,” she wrote.
In December 2020, Moss was forced to apologise after posting a video in which she said she was a Covid ‘super-spreader’.
She had filmed herself for social media after going out for dinner with her four friends, taking advantage of London's Tier Two coronavirus restrictions at the time.
When asked if she and her friends were risking spreading the virus by not wearing masks and failing to socially distance, one of her pals responded: "We're super-spreaders."
Moss then said: "We're super-spreading Covid."
She later apologised for the ‘insensitive joked’, saying on Instagram: "I just wanted to come on here and say I am so sorry for saying I was a super spreader.
"Someone on the live popped up saying those words and I repeated them as a joke because I am not and would never condone spreading a virus as serious as this.
"I was out for dinner with four friends, three of which are in the same household and under the government guidelines - as I live alone - I am allowed a support bubble of four.
"I understand this has upset and offended a lot of people and I wanted to apologise for making such an insensitive joke.
"I am still young and dumb and learning - I sometimes forget that I am a public figure and during these crazy and uncertain times, I should have been more careful with my words."
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