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OnlyFans Content Creator Titus Low Charged Over ‘Obscene’ Material In Singapore

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OnlyFans Content Creator Titus Low Charged Over ‘Obscene’ Material In Singapore

OnlyFans star Titus Low Kaide has been arrested by police in Singapore and charged with ‘transmitting obscene materials’, with officials saying he had continued to post sexually explicit media despite a warning. 

Low, 22, addressed the matter in a nine-minute YouTube video, saying he doesn’t know who reported him to authorities – or why they did so. 

He said: “We only create content for people who are our age and wish to have content they want to see. And all this is on the basis of everything is consensual. 

“So we don’t force you to watch our content, we don’t force you to pay, it’s not open for public consumption, and if I don’t impede on your life and your lifestyle, to the person who reported me, why are you impeding in mine?” 

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Credit: YouTube/Titus Low
Credit: YouTube/Titus Low

Low added: “’Til today, I don’t know who made the report, and I don’t know why. I mean, it’s OnlyFans. I have to create specific content for specific adults. We are both willing like buyer and seller." 

Police said Low’s account was seized in October after a report made by an unidentified individual the month before, but that he regained access. 

He was then charged last week after he continued to post explicit content on the platform. 

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Low said: “If I have the choice to rewind time, I would of course be more savvy and have a more sustainable lifestyle. I think because I’m young and I just want to have the fun, I want to have the life that I used to dream of." 

Credit: Instagram/@titusslow
Credit: Instagram/@titusslow

Low – whose main source of income came from OnlyFans – ended the video saying he will cooperate with authorities and not post anything on the platform, with his next hearing scheduled for 20 January. 

He told fans on Twitter: "Hi everyone! I won’t be posting on my OF for the time-being (will update you accordingly). However, I you can still support on my other platforms.” 

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According to Pink News, an offender can be jailed for up to three months and fined, and that for offences under the Criminal Procedure Code, the punishment can be jail for up to six months and a further fine of up to $5,000. 

The news has sparked fear among other OnlyFans creators, with Jada Saur, a content creator from Canada who previously lived in Singapore, telling the Guardian: “It’s super scary because I think a lot of people are going to stop making OnlyFans content."

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@titusslow

Topics: World News, OnlyFans

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