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Dominic Cummings 'Looking Into' Setting Up An OnlyFans Account

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Dominic Cummings 'Looking Into' Setting Up An OnlyFans Account

Dominic Cummings has revealed he 'will look into' setting up an OnlyFans account. Yes, you read that correctly.

Well, we've all got to make a living, haven't we?

You may recall Boris Johnson's former chief advisor left his role at Number 10 last November, and since then he has continually lambasted the Prime Minister.

But continual lambasting alone doesn't pay the bills, hence he's considering signing up to content subscription service OnlyFans.

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Credit: PA
Credit: PA

However, if you're hoping your monthly subscription fee will get you some super hot vids of the 49-year-old twerking outside Barnard Castle, then you're probably going to be disappointed.

Cummings contemplated joining the site during a live Q&A session with supporters of his paid-for Substack email newsletter, according to The Mirror.

Cummings said he was looking into ways of doing a video version of the 'ask me anything' sessions he runs on the site.

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After asking for suggestions from his subscribers, one suggested he 'take notes from the gaming community', using a site like OnlyFans or Twitch to stream live to paid subscribers.

Another user suggested he 'open an OnlyFans just for the headlines', to which he replied: "Will look into it!"

Well, headlines made - with a surname like that, he should go a long way on the site if he does sign up.

Wonder how much he'll charge a month? Credit: PA
Wonder how much he'll charge a month? Credit: PA
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Cummings went from being a largely unknown and mysterious figure to making headlines left right and centre last year over a certain trip to Barnard Castle.

You may recall there was uproar up and down the country over his apparent breach of lockdown rules, with many MPs and members of the public calling for his resignation.

However, Johnson stood by him and insisted that he did not breach lockdown rules, claiming Cummings 'followed the instincts of every father and every parent and I do not mark him down for that'.

Cummings moved his family up to a property in County Durham near his parents after his wife developed coronavirus symptoms, the justification being that his folks would be able to look after the kids if he and his wife became too ill.

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However, he was also spotted at Barnard Castle while he was up there - a trip he said he made to test his eyesight before driving back down south.

Since leaving his post in November, he has made a number of damning claims about the government.

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Topics: UK News, Politics

Jake Massey
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