A son who helped his mother set up an OnlyFans account says he wants to 'support her choices'.
Leonardo Hathaway, 19, decided to sort his mum out with her racy account not because of any weird reason, just because he wants to return some of the support that his dear mother has provided for him over the years.
Leonardo works as a male model in London himself, and has even posed naked in magazines before, but now wants to return the favour to his mum by helping her with her OnlyFans.
He told Daily Star: "We have an incredible relationship between mother and child.
"I have to support her choices, just as she supports mine."
His mum, Lucene Duarte, is no stranger to the world of modelling either. Before she was on the adult subscription site she was shot for Brazilian Playboy, as well as winning the Miss BumBum world competition.
She has over 934,000 followers on Instagram already, so she should quite easily be able to turn a good number of them into OnlyFans subscribers.
She's not the first mum to decide to start up an account during the pandemic, and she definitely won't be the last before everything is over.
Leonardo added: "When asked if I support her, I always ask back: 'Why shouldn't I?"
The Daily Star reports he hopes to earn some extra pocket money from the venture too.
He isn't the only kid giving their parent a helping hand with their account.
Atomic Kitten and reality TV star Kerry Katona set up an account a while back, and she recently revealed that many of her photos are taken by her 14-year-old daughter Heidi.
Speaking to Closer magazine, the 40-year-old said: "My children know I do it and Heidi even takes some of the pictures of me for the site.
"I say to [the kids] 'What's the difference between me getting papped topless on a beach or going topless on a site I'm in control of?"
It's a fair point, to be honest.
Katona's kids - who range between 19 and seven-years-old - are simply glad for the money that is rolling in from the account.
"My kids are fine with it, they're loving the money!" Katona said.
Despite that, not everyone has such a nice time on OnlyFans.
Whilst some of the biggest stars of the platform rake in six figures without much problem, the average creator earns just $180 (£130) per month from the site, so it's hardly enough to quit a day job.
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