Woman Makes £3,000 Per Month From Selling Her Selfies Online
Lottie Miles, from Cannock, was out of work and looking for something new when a friend told her about OnlyFans.
OnlyFans is a website where people can subscribe to models and pay to see pictures of them.
Basically, fans pay between £3.75($5) and £37.50 ($50) to see pictures of particular models, and 80 per cent of the fee is then passed back to the creators of the shots.
On top of that, fans can get in touch with the creators and request bespoke images or send them messages. Lottie has around 150 fans and has already managed to earn £5,500 ($7,400) just from selling pictures that she takes in her bedroom online.
Not bad going, given that she only started in January 2019.
Lottie said: "Since I made my account and started posting in January this year, and I've since made $7,400 in total.
"When you sell your pictures, a statement gets sent to you, with a breakdown into subscriptions, tips and messages from fans.
"The first time it came through, I was so shocked.
"I never intended on this being long term, it was only temporary until I got a new job as I needed some money to tide me over.
"Now though, I upload every day. It's pretty much a full time job."
Well, sort of.
She continued: "The timings are so flexible, I post throughout the day with content that has been taken in advance or sometimes, I'll take it and upload it instantly."
Some of the shots - as you might expect - are a bit raunchy. Lottie has revealed that despite fears that she could be preyed on, her family is aware and are OK with her decision.
She added: "Some fans remain anonymous with a randomly generated username but a lot of people use profile pictures and their names.
"I don't know of any older men that follow me - a lot of the messages I get are nice, people just want to compliment me.
"Initially I initially posted the images to my Instagram page, but hid certain posts from most of my family.
"But someone who works at my dad's local pub has subscribed to me, and a few of the younger guys mentioned it.
"Our family friend, who runs the pub, found out and told my dad. He told my mum, but she already knew.
"He was more concerned than anything, my mum was concerned at first too, but she's more relaxed now - and my gran even supports it."
Well, fair enough. If it's making that kind of dosh and everyone is OK with it, do whatever you want.
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