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A former ICU nurse says she quit her job after receiving the Mean Girls treatment from her colleagues when they found out about her OnlyFans account.
Allie Rae, a pseudonym for her OnlyFans work, was in one of the top hospitals in Massachusetts whilst racking up $75,000 (£55,000) a month with her side hustle.
However, in December, she says her co-workers discovered her Instagram account and snitched to the boss about some of her pictures.
Rae was initially given just a warning because she didn't use her real name or where she worked.
That punishment wasn't enough for her colleagues however.
Rae says they found her OnlyFans account and subscribed, with the sole intention of screenshotting her nudes just so they could send it to their boss.
Rae told the Daily Beast: "It was like Mean Girls for adults."
Once the boss saw the photos he gave her one last ultimatum - either delete her $75,000-a-month OnlyFans or hand in her resignation.
This led her to hand in her notice.
Rae said: "I didn't even need the money - I was making more money on OnlyFans than I was as a nurse and was only doing it because I loved it."
She's now moved to Florida with her husband to expand her OnlyFans career.
The content subscription service has proven to be extremely lucrative for some, who have been able to quit their full-time job and live luxuriously thanks to the subscription fees of fans.
Gaming software site MrQ did a little digging, totting up a list of the top earners by looking through users who shared their number of subscribers, before multiplying their subscription fee by this number.
They found that @gem101 came out on top, boasting more than 117,000 fans paying £21.71 ($30) a month.
Crunching the numbers and deducting OnlyFans' fee, the research estimated that she makes £21.3 million ($29.43 million) a year.
This is almost 270 times more than a doctor would typically expect to earn at the peak of their career.
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