OnlyFans star who makes £100k a month is planning to buy houses to help low income families
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A famous OnlyFans content creator has promised to use her earnings to help low-income families find shelter.
The Manc reported that Rebecca Goodwin - a very fitting last name - has vowed to purchase houses and rent them out to families struggling amid the cost of living crisis in the UK.
The 28-year-old, who earns around £100,000 (AUD $174,000) a month, announced her ‘affordable housing scheme’ via Twitter earlier this week.
She wrote: “The ball is now rolling with my ‘affordable housing scheme’. My plan is to buy eight properties outright and rent them out to low income families.
The ball is now rolling with my ‘affordable housing scheme’. My plan is to buy 8 properties outright and rent them out to low income families. One house I’ll be renting out is a 3 storey, 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom house with off road parking for 2 cars, fully furnished, £650 a month!— Rebecca Goodwin (@beckymil1) January 23, 2023
“One house I’ll be renting out is a three-storey, four-bedroom, three-bathroom house with off road parking for two cars, fully furnished, £650 (AUD $1,134) a month!”
When asked more about the scheme in a tweet, Goodwin replied: “I make enough profit on OnlyFans, I have no mortgages so rent payments are 100 per cent profit except maintenance and insurance, this is a side hustle that my kids can inherit.
“I’m not doing it to make me more money I’m doing it invest in my kids futures.”
I make enough profit on onlyfans, I have no mortgages so rent payments are 100% profit except maintenance and insurance, this is a side hustle that my kids can inherit. I’m not doing it to make me more money I’m doing it invest in my kids futures— Rebecca Goodwin (@beckymil1) January 23, 2023
This is well and truly a passion project for the OnlyFans star, who previously revealed that she and her children were forced to live off food stamps before her career took off.
Goodwin, a single mother, told The Independent that she struggled to provide for her daughters, now aged 11 and four.
She revealed that they would survive on six bags of food provided by voucher stamps each week.
It was then that the woman decided to turn to OnlyFans as a means of supporting her children.
In 10 days, the mother made £1,600 (AUD$2,792) on the subscription-based platform in 2019.
She told The Independent: “I started OnlyFans out of desperation and ended up making well over £1,000 in the first 10 days. It was madness.”
Shortly after, the mother of two began making £10,000 (AUD$17,458), which then climbed to a staggering £100,000 per month.
She continued: “I had never earned so much in a month before. Now I’ve been able to buy a house and a Porsche.”
“Just before I started OnlyFans I was in £15,000 (AUD $26,190) of debt and got a debt relief order.
“[Now I’ve been able to] save for six months to buy a four-bed house outright.”
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