Ex-Morrisons worker making £300,000 on OnlyFans is pelted with eggs in street

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Ally Mae has shed light on the abuse and trolling behind the money spinning career, and that despite making £15,000 a month has to suffer from trolling, stalkers and abuse.

An OnlyFans model has opened up about how abuse and trolling has made her life hell – as she’s been threatened by stalkers and pelted with eggs.

Ally Mae, from Blackpool, ditched her £8.50-an-hour checkout job at Morrisons to sell snaps on the popular X-rated website.

OnlyFans allows people to charge supporters for access to pictures and videos., with many users are looking for adult material.

The 22-year-old says she has made more than £300,000 with her videos on the site since she started three years ago.

But Ally says the trolling and abuse she gets both online and in person had made her life “hellish”.

She says she has been pelted with eggs in public and men have told her they would track down where she lives.

“I’ve had people throw things at me in the street and abuse me,” Ally said. “That has happened quite a few times over the years.

“People have tried to hurt me in the street and they also shout names about my career.

“I’ve had people stalk me and say they are going to find out where I live.

“Others have told me they are going to go to my old school and tell everyone about me.”

She revealed last year, when she went to the shops, people from her school spotted her and pelted her with eggs.

“I find it hard,” Ally admitted. “I think I went home and cried after the egg incident.

“But I just try and tell myself it’s just silly stuff.”

“It’s expected in this kind of job, because it’s still so taboo. People love to gossip about it, but it’s really horrible and shouldn’t be accepted.”

Ally wants to continue with OnlyFans – but some of the abuse has made her fear going out of the house.

She hopes to show that the glossy money-making career isn’t what it appears from social media snaps.

“I’ve had loads of confidence issues around leaving the house,” Ally said. “I’ve cried not wanting to go out, but knowing that I’ve had to.

“I try and pull myself together – but it’s definitely been hard.

“I’m really close to my family and they help me through the hellish times.”

She’s had to get people blocked on OnlyFans for demanding her address, and says the trolling on social media can be incessant.

Ally says she makes at least £10,000-a-month from around 600 subscribers. But she wants people to know that the job requires 24/7 attention.

“People think it’s so easy, and don’t want to accept it’s actual work”

“Most people finish work around 5pm or 6pm and they’re wanting to chat and buy content from then until early hours of the morning like 3am.

“It’s not just a 9 to 5 job – particularly when you’re starting out you have to put so much work in.

“Even on my days off I’m still replying to people all day and scheduling content in for them.”

Source: mirror.co.uk

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