Sarah Jayne Dunn Isn't Worried About Her Son Seeing Her OnlyFans Photos
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The actor recently opened up about being fired from her job on Hollyoaks after bosses gave her an ultimatum over her decision to open an account on the subscription service.
She said at the time that she wanted to take back control of her life, which she felt she didn't have while working on the hit soap.
But while the 40-year-old says '95 percent' of comments she's received from people have been supportive, some have criticised her for being on OnlyFans because she's 'supposed to be a mum'.
Speaking to LADbible, Sarah says 'there isn't a problem with being a mum and being sexy and confident', and she won't shy away from it when it comes to her son Stanley, five.
She tells us: "The thing I've always said is that Stanley will, when he's old enough to, get on a computer and Google.
"And if he googles my name, those images are going to come up from me being aged 17 onwards.
"He knows what mummy does, he's clocked now that mummy's on telly, he understands that I do photoshoots and I get dressed up before going out - I'll wear a short, tight dress; he sees me when I'm glamorous and he sees me when I look like s**t.
"And so, if he goes online and googles my name, those images are going to come up regardless.
"And I think, hopefully, I'll bring him up to be a forward thinking enough boy or man that he'll be proud of his mum and go, 'Oh, my God, she's worked hard, she looks amazing, she's doing that for us and for herself'.
"Why would he not be proud of that? Unless I bring him up to be that kid who is narrow-minded, I guess."
She adds: "And if he gets stick for it, then they'll have to come and deal with me."
Sarah announced she had left Hollyoaks back late last year, revealing that she had been kicked off the soap because of her decision to put her photos behind a paywall.
She says there is still stuff she can't talk about with regards to her exit, but she hopes one day she will be able to.
The mum-of-one tells us: "I was 14 when I started and I've always been very professional - I work hard and I do as I'm told.
"So I think that in itself made me sort of check myself every time I said something.
"I think once you're in a position and you work for a company, you feel sort of filtered.
"And I'm still finding it difficult to go, 'This is how I feel'. And I'm still in a position where I can't speak openly openly about what went on."
She adds: "That's really frustrating for me, because people have made their assumptions... but still the full story is not out there, and hopefully it will be one day."
However, Sarah says she is glad she got out when she did.
She says: "Ultimately, I'm in a much better place, I'm in a much happier place, I'm in a much freer place. And I feel like I've left a big block of negativity behind me."