Unlike Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, content on the pay-per-view platform is largely unregulated — meaning users can upload highly explicit, adults only content that’s really ‘Not Safe For Work’.But it’s not just the barely clad videos raking in the cash with seemingly innocent videos of people eating cereal, working out or moisturising their legs also being shared. The subscription service has been massive overseas since it began in 2016, and many Melburnians have been earning…
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Melbourne stars of OnlyFans making ‘thousands’ a week
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