Models on reasons they joined OnlyFans include OAP’s death wish to keep pub open

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When it comes to OnlyFans stories, you probably feel like you’ve heard it all before.

Maybe you’re picturing an attractive young woman fed up with the 9-5 grind who changes her fortunes seemingly overnight by becoming a racy model from the comfort of her bedroom.

And while that may hold tuth for many, the women mentioned below all have slightly more reasons for why they set up kinky accounts.

READ MORE: 'People think I'm dumb because I'm hot stripper – but job makes me extremely smart'

So rather than waffle on further, let’s just get stuck in.

80-year-old man’s dying wish

Yes, you read that correctly… The reason Lexi Lucks started an OnlyFans was to fulfil her 80-year-old boyfriend’s last wish.

The trans model was living with the OAP when he went into rehab – leaving her stuck for cash.

And if you’re finding this is hard to relate to, Lexi explained to Daily Star: “He went to rehab in Malibu and I couldn’t afford the rent. His last words to me were 'OnlyFans'. And that’s how it started.

“My page is now quite popular but I am expensive – it is $30 (around £22) a month and I make pretty good money because of the niche market I’m in.”

Lexi also runs a burlesque company in LA and transformed from male model to beach babe after going bankrupt by spending £140,000 on cosmetic surgeries.

Lucky punters

Landlady Lauren Beers (presumably not her real surname) recently joined OnlyFans to save her beloved boozer from closure.

She runs the business in Huddersfield with her husband but hefty bills forced her to think outside the box.

Posting online, the 40-year-old said: “I’ve only ever been really good at 3 things: Pulling pints, Necking pints and T*TS.

“So… I thought I’d combine a guy’s (and lots of girls’) favourite things.

“You subscribing could mean the survival of a Great British Boozer.”

The brunette stunner is charging punters £12 a month to access her sizzling snaps.

And she has the full support of her fella, who said: “She’s doing it to save the pub, it’s as simple as that.”

You can count on me

Maeurn Smiles grew up in a poor neighbourhood in Cebu, a province of the Philippines, and would often “go hungry” because her family was barely surviving financially.

They often lived off rice and dried fish but Maeurn, 22, was clever enough to go on to become a teacher.

But her measly salary (72p per hour) was not enough to help her loved ones who were still stuck in poverty.

So she quit and joined OnlyFans to give her parents and younger siblings a life they could once only dream of.

The former ESL teacher said: “My family was living in poverty before OnlyFans and now they live very comfortably for a family in the Philippines.

"This is what makes me most proud."

Spice up your life

Unlike Maeurn, money was not the main motivator for Melissa Williams to start an OnlyFans.

After all, she already had a full-time job as a cop and was earning enough cash to get by.

The actual reason she did it was to spice up her sex life with her husband in May 2020.

But she said she was later pressured to leave the police force after colleagues found her account.

The 46-year-old, from Colorado, US, said: “The complaint came totally out of the blue, I was in shock and panicking because I never wanted these two parts of my life to collide.

“Then I was angry and embarrassed because the notice went on to say how five colleagues of mine – all in lower and higher ranks than me – had obtained access to my paid account to access my private content so they could investigate my conduct.

“I didn’t feel that was professional or necessary. It felt like they all just wanted to see me naked. It felt like my bosses were policing my bedroom."

Fortnite to foreplay

Erin Sanaghan and Tyler Thompson, 19 and 23, first met two years ago while playing against each other on the video game Fortnite.

They chatted every night on their headsets before one day they met up in real life and became a couple.

The duo then created a popular TikTok account together before prudently using their followers to promote an experimental OnlyFans page.

They went on to earn £10,000 in a single month and Tyler, who still works as a bricklayer, told Daily Star: “The money we now make still blows our mind.

“It all started when me and Erin were invited to the same game and we got talking and having a laugh and a giggle. I eventually asked for her Instagram and since then we’ve spoken every day.”

So there you have it folks, one day you could be playing against a stranger online and the next you could be stripping off with them in real life while earning fortunes… It may sound unlikely, but it’s certainly worked for Erin and Tyler.

In the hands of the Gods

Christian mum-of-two Nita Marie joined OnlyFans to feel more confident after divorcing her husband and getting God’s approval.

She famously declared “Jesus would have loved sex workers” and the blonde is now pocketing more than £100,000 a month selling eye-popping snaps.

Speaking with NeedToKnow, the Colorado mum said: “I want to be a GILF [grandma I'd like to f**k] and empower older women to look and feel good in their own bodies.

"I also want to encourage them to have an active sex life. I know that God doesn't want me to retire.

"God is guiding me through my OnlyFans career and he said I should continue creating content until my 70s. [My husband] doesn't want me to retire either – he likes the money too much."

Like mother like daughter

Usually it’s children who look to their parents for advice rather than the other round.

But Evie Leanna became an OnlyFans babe after taking inspiration from her own teenage daughter.

Her beloved Tiahnee created an X-rated page aged 18 and made around £56,000 in her first year.

Evie, 37, then quit her job as a beautician to follow in her girl’s footsteps, saying it was the "best decision" she ever made.

On Instagram, Evie wrote: “When my daughter came to me just before her 18th birthday and told me she planned to start an OnlyFans once she turned 18 I was very against it. We argued for sometime.

“She went ahead and did it against my wishes once she turned 18 and made over $100,000 in her first year. I adjusted to it after a while and began to accept her decision.

“I think people make assumptions that if girls do this work, they have little respect for themselves or that they’re promiscuous. Unfortunately some will always judge but in Tiahnee’s case they couldn't be more wrong.”

You beauty

You wouldn’t expect the daughter-in-law of a Premier League legend to join OnlyFans because she feared she would be unable to feed her children, but that’s exactly the position Alex Le Tissier was in during the pandemic.

Alex and Mitch, both 30, were considering using foodbanks to survive.

Mitch is the son of Southampton icon Matt Le Tissier but he was down and almost out after losing his job in lockdown.

And explaining why she joined OnlyFans, Alex told Daily Star: “With the lockdown my husband was struggling with his mental health and it got to the point where he was struggling to work and it was affecting our finances.

“We are both 30 and we have our own kids. It's down to us to fix the problem, it was going to get to the point where it wasn't that far off having to think about going to a food bank.

“You see people making insane amounts of money and I’m not at that level but it has been money that has changed mine and my kids' lives.”

And in recent weeks her subscribers have soared and she pocketed £10,000 in just two weeks.

Footie ace Matt meanwhile is reportedly far from pleased, with Alex accusing him of calling her a “bad mum” for her saucy new career.

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