Woman too hot for her age turns to OnlyFans after boyfriend says to try it
A woman has opened up about her kinky OnlyFans venture after her boyfriend encouraged her to use the platform.
Before turning to the subscription website, Victoria James used to work in pharmacies and factories just as coronavirus hit.
The 34-year-old always dreamed of earning more money for herself and her daughter.
Now the adult star, from Iverness in Scotland, has combined her call centre role with her new venture on OnlyFans.
And the person who encouraged her to do it all? Well, it was in fact, her boyfriend.
He apparently told her she was "too hot for her age" so Victoria turned to the platform to start earning a salary.
She said: "I got into it because my last job was minimum wage and my partner encouraged me.
"He said I looked really hot, especially for being in my 30s, and I should try monetising off it.
"I do regret not getting into it during lockdown though. My partner loves it.
"I get such a confidence boost knowing people find me attractive and he loves how happy I am when I feel good about myself."
Victoria added: "I've had a few health problems recently so it's really helped get my spirits up."
The model never hid her job from loved ones and decided to immediately go public before anyone attempted to blackmail her.
She admits she didn't expect to get successful on the platform fast and couldn't believe how much she was pocketing.
The mum continued: "My highest month was May and I got £1,000 that month – and that was my first month."
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Since then Victoria earned around £500 to £1,000 until she decided to take a break.
She explained: "I put the subscription price as low as it could go.
"I pinned a post saying that I wouldn't be posting much but that people were welcome to stay.
"So even though I didn't post anything for almost six months I still made £200 on those months."
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