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A mum who made it big on OnlyFans has bought a new house for $2 million (£1.4m) after her other home was vandalised.
Crystal Jackson, who goes by the name Tiffany Poindexter online, first hit the headlines earlier this year when it was revealed that her children were kicked out of school due to her online activity.
But after receiving a backlash from people who claim to disapprove of her and her husband Chris's sex life, the couple recently decided to buy to a five-bedroom property in California - paying for it in cash.
Chris said: "Our current house was vandalised one night and for a while, reporters would just come knocking on the door randomly.
"So we just picked a multi-million dollar house, bought it almost unseen and closed the deal immediately.
"We did get some raised eyebrows from realtors, bank-wire officials and escrow people as we signed papers.
"They're not going to say anything to us of course.
"Normally we would have taken a 30-year mortgage to purchase a house, so this situation is a little unusual for us."
Mum-of-three, Crystal, who claimed to earn up to $100,000 (£71,000) a day from the subscription site, said her children were expelled from their school after parents complained about her.
And she says they are very excited about being able to start their new life in their new home, with a good school close by.
Crystal said: "The children very much are excited as the house has a lot more room and a swimming pool.
"They can all have their own room if they want - but we expect they will not choose that as they are never apart from each other and they get upset if one of their crew is missing.
"One of the best public schools in Sacramento is around the corner and you cannot get into it unless you actually live in that specific neighbourhood.
"So that was a consideration in choosing this new area, as well as the security cameras and all-round safety."
But aside from the six bathrooms, the swimming pool, and the spa, Chris says he and Crystal were driven by a need to protect their kids.
He said: "Our family is very close and loving, and that is more important than being overwhelmed with a lot of material things.
"Safety and privacy is the primary concern now.
"We had already planned on buying a bigger house but we were going to set aside money, acquire a normal mortgage and move at a slower pace.
"But because we did worry about safety, we searched online for a nice house, looked at it quickly once and immediately purchased the house for cash to save time.
"From the decision to move until we owned the new house was two weeks."
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