OnlyFans stars are claiming boob jobs as a work expense thanks to a legal loophole.
Now, while the content creator site is technically just that, it tends to lean towards the more adult variation.
It's good business too, with models making thousands of pounds a week from posting pictures and videos to the site.
So while looks aren't everything, in the world of OnlyFans, they're pretty important.
And in a bid to boost their profile, a couple of models - at least - have used a legal loophole allowing them to claim cosmetic surgery as a business expense.
Rebecca Goodwin, from Derbyshire, has been raking it in on the site.
Even before she had her breasts enlarged in 2020, she was making £9,800 a month through her page, a figure which skyrocketed to £27,800 after the op.
Speaking about the decision to go under the knife, the 29-year-old said that she felt she had to.
"I wouldn't have had a boob job if it wasn't for doing this, I was feeling quite insecure and had to meet people's beauty standards," she told the BBC.
Rebecca's story came out after the Daily Mail reported that another OnlyFans model had also written their boob job off as an expense.
According to HM Revenue & Customs, self-employed ‘performers or entertainers’ are able to claim concessions for cosmetic surgery if they can prove it was necessary solely for professional purposes.
The accountant who filed the claim has since come out and said that she was surprised by the media frenzy around it.
Rachel Martin, who runs a chartered practice with her husband, said: "The criteria for this specific client was that improving her appearance would increase her income, which has since been evidenced."
While husband James added: "The thing people aren't understanding with this type of breast augmentation, they think it's a perfectly normal surgery but this wasn't a normal operation, this has put them in a niche."
Since the report, there have been calls for the loophole to be closed.
Even Rebecca says something needs to be done.
She added: "I do think there should be guidelines, although I don't think anyone would go to the extent of setting up a company just to get a boob job."
Responding to the claims, a spokesperson for HMRC said: "It’s very unlikely that a non-health-related operation would be an allowable expense."