Actress Bella Thorne joined the subscription service OnlyFans and immediately caused a slew of headlines and controversy in Hollywood. Days after raking in a reported $2 million by creating an account on X-rated social media platform OnlyFans, actor Bella Thorne apologized after being blamed for OnlyFans’ new transaction limits. In a statement on August 28, Baker denied claims that he was working on a film about Onlyfans or using Bella Thorne as research,” though he added that they did have a conversation with Thorne about a possible collaboration.
She’s scathing of celebrities she says are cosplaying” sex work – people like Bella Thorne on OnlyFans, FKA Twigs in a music video, and Jennifer Lopez in Hustlers. The former Disney princess-turned-porn-producer infamously crashed” the NSFW platform when she joined this week and OnlyFans has hyped her $2 million haul in the days since.
She described her content on the website as lewd and sexy photos, and she found that the more she focused on OnlyFans rather than her other jobs, she was able to live more comfortably and worry less about rent. I have risked my career a few times to remove the stigma behind sex work, porn, and the natural hatred people spew,” said Thorne in the Tweet.
Thorne said she had previously clarified on her social media that she would not be offering nude photos and claims that a fake page shows up as she was offering the nude photo. That led to OnlyFans regulars screaming that Thorne has ruined the platform because the site has now capped things with a $50 max post price and a max of $100 for tips.
Just a warning folks, Bella might not stay on OnlyFans forever as she’s simply using the service as research for a new movie she’s making with director Sean Baker. Some OnlyFans users, who sell X-rated photos of themselves online, blamed Thorne after the company capped transaction limits at $50, compared to $200, and implemented a 30-day waiting period for payments, Nina unrated according to TMZ.
She accompanies the beachwear with a necklace that says ‘SEX’, prompting many to assume Bella would be posting explicit photos. I would like to make it clear that the news of me making a film (documentary or fiction narrative) about Onlyfans and using Bella Thorne as research is false,” he wrote in a statement on Twitter.