ONLYFANS’ CEO has revealed a lavish lifestyle of Savile Row suits, expensive wristwatches, champagne and super-yachts — all paid for by the controversial content platform.
Essex boy Tim Stokely, 37, has created a high-flying personal brand on social media where he showcases his fabulous wealth generated by his business.
Among the many luxury items on display on Instagram are pictures of yachts, customised cars, while images also show him or partying in New York and London’s most exclusive bars, clubs and restaurants.
But the stunning centrepiece is Mr Stokely’s country mansion, which he bought for a cool £2,425,000 in cash in 2019.
The house is located behind imposing security gates on a private cul-de-sac in the Hertfordshire commuter town Bishop’s Stortford.
Estate agents describe it as a “stunning, modern home finished to a very high specification”.
The glamorous six-bed mansion has eight bathrooms, plus a gym, sauna, home cinema and marble bar.
A games room is lit by fluorescent modern art sculptures and fitted out with a purple-baize pool table and fully-stocked bar.
The extensive driveway meanwhile is home to several customised cars.
This includes a £120,000 matt black Audi R8 plus a pimped-up Range Rovers that have been modified by a firm favoured by Premier League footballers.
OnlyFans was already a remarkable success before the Covid pandemic hit.
But with content creators and their fans cooped up at home, Tim’s business enjoyed an enormous boost, with its annual revenue predicted to be £720m.
Despite the lockdown enriching him, like anyone else he is desperate for it to end.
He says: “All I want is to spend the afternoon in a beer garden with my friends.”
OnlyFans is a subscription content service based in London – with an app that reportedly has 200 million users.
Sex workers charge monthly fees for access to porn images, video and more.
“Whether you’re uploading tutorials, tips, behind-the-scenes footage or just endless selfies, a lot of your followers would be willing to pay for them,” states OnlyFans.
For every subscription that’s sold to a viewer, performers get 80 percent of the cash while OnlyFans gets the rest.