A MUM earns up to £40,000 a month after she quit her nursery job to sell sexy photos on OnlyFans.
Emily Ward, 30, posts pictures in her lingerie for her 30,000 subscribers on the adult site.
She also offers a £300 ‘virtual girlfriend’ option where she gives her full attention to a subscriber for two days.
She has bought an Audi RS and a Range Rover with her earnings as well as a £10,000 mummy makeover involving a tummy tuck, liposuction and a boob job.
Mum-of-one Emily, from Sheffield, had worked 60-hours-a-week as a nursery manager for three years but quit when she had her baby.
Partner James, 33, then began taking saucy photos that she would post to spice up their relationship.
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Emily said: "I didn't just decide one day to take photos in my lingerie to make a couple of quid.
"It was a mutual decision between both me and my partner to explore our relationship further and have fun in the process.
"Initially, I made a private Twitter and posted photos in my lingerie for a bit of fun.
“Selling nude photos had never even crossed my mind until my inbox became inundated with messages suggesting I sign up.
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“It made sense – I was giving away photos for free whilst looking for a new source of income.”
In April 2019, Emily bit the bullet and doubled her wages within the first month.
A year later she advertised her page more on social media and her wages grew to £5,000 a month.
Her drastic weight loss and surgery also boosted her confidence which she said let her broaden her horizons, eventually upping her wages to £40,000 a month.
She added: “It is ludicrous. Only Fans has given us financial stability as a family.”
Emily said her ‘virtual girlfriend’ option makes men feel empowered by boosting their self-esteem and confidence.
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She added: “I concentrate solely on them and will speak to them on the phone, send photos of myself in the lingerie they may have bought me and offer advice if needed.
"Men can often sign up to Only Fans to seek an emotional one to one connection and explore their sexuality, this is something I will provide and in turn can aid in the healing of their relationship.”
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