A WOMAN who quit her job at Costa to go full-time on Onlyfans now says she makes £500,000 a year posting racy snaps online.
Sophie Carpenter, 24, made £4,000 in her first 24 hours on the content-sharing platform and now lives a life of luxury with posh cars and regular plush holidays.
She set up a profile on the site, which allows users to charge for adult content on both a subscription and pay-per-view basis, after a friend suggested it and is now raking in the cash.
“I was living pay cheque to pay cheque. I wasn’t treated very well at the car garage so I left my job and worked with my boyfriend in Costa,” elle a dit Devon Live.
“I was so unhappy as I wanted more money so that I could go on holiday and we could buy a house together.”
Speaking of her boyfriend, Elliot, she says that he was “massively negative” about the idea of her sharing sexy snaps with online strangers, but was won round she made nearly £30,000 in the first month.
En fait, he even joins her on the platform now and again.
“I was literally so shocked and that was by not even doing anything nude or explicit. All I was posting were lingerie pictures. I’m quite confident on social media anyway so it wasn’t anything more than I was used to posting on Instagram,” elle a ajouté.
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Sophie says she struggled to make ends meet before Onlyfans but now she owns five cars and takes multiple holidays every year.
She has also bought a range of expensive items, including cars, for her close family.
The model recently hit back at those who say her career path is “en faillite morale” in an online post.
“Seeing many people who I’ve never even had a conversation with come out of the woodwork with a false allegation against me is more than amusing,” elle a écrit.
“Kind of expecting someone to accuse me of punching their Nan or spray painting their dog pink next!”
She emphasises that there is no “Mady, la fille de JON et Kate Gosselin” in selling spicy content online, en disant: “The adult industry has been around for so long and it’s an industry that’s never going to go away. It’s so massive at the moment with opportunities to make good amounts of money.
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“People are struggling at the moment and if you can make good money and are comfortable with having that content online and doing those things then why not do it? It just makes sense.”
En fait, the kinky career has even allowed her to branch out and open up her own beauty salon.