Instagram Model makes €20k a month on OnlyFans without going nude

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Kildare native and top model Tiffany Stanley makes up to €20K per month on OnlyFans without having to go nude.

However, she insists it’s only a side business in her lavish LA career.

The 33-year-old has spent the past seven years working and living in sunny LA.

Tiffany said she uses the X rated site to stay connected with her Irish fans and loyal followers whilst living so far away.

While the online subscription platform is known for sexually explicit adult content, the blonde bombshell insists: “I don’t do the nude stuff that some girls do.”

But with modelling, TV work and plans to launch her own sun safe self tanning product line also in the mix, she said the lucrative site is only one of many plates she likes to keep spinning.

“It is just a side business for me,” she told Irish Daily Mirror.

“I probably make €10K or €20K a month on it, just from that. And that is not posting any nudes or nothing.”

The social media star, who boasts over 868,000 followers on Instagram alone explained: “I just do bikini, swimwear type stuff, the type of stuff I would have posted on Instagram anyways, but there is more content over there than I would post on IG.

“I just figured it was best to separate it.

“I have a lot of women followers on IG who want fashion and stuff.”

She added: “I have a lot of Irish fans and you know it is a great place for me to connect with the Irish fans because I have so many people on Instagram that I can’t get through all the messages.

“So it is a great way for me to connect with fans, and some really cool fans who have been following me for years get to see the exclusive content.”

Whilst the content creation site continues to make headlines, Tiffany feels the stigma that once surrounded it is shifting – and told how anyone can find success through the platform.

“The stigma is starting to break apart, which I think is really good,” she said.

“At the end of the day, these people, these creators, they are entitled to earn money whatever way they see fit.

“And if that is what they want to do, we should empower them, they are making their own money, and paying their own bills and I think it is a time people embrace others no matter what they choose to do.

“I don’t think it is fair to have stigmas or judgements on people no matter what they do.

“That is just my personal view, I support anyone doing what makes them happy.”

And having spent the past decade of her life carving out her modelling and acting career home and away, the star said she has learned how to deal with any negativity that comes her way.

The babe, who was runner-up to Roz Purcell in the Miss Universe Ireland pageant in 2010, said: “Even since the very early days when I was doing Miss Universe, and I was basically told by one of the judges ‘oh you are too short to win’ and in a way that is not fair to say to anyone.

“You are too short, or too tall, or too pale, or too whatever.. I do think things have really changed. But I have never let that criticism get me down.

“I am going to keep going and fighting and trying to find out my niche.

“I’m 5 ft 4 and you know in the modelling world that is considered short. But short is beautiful as well.”

Hoping to inspire other women to also realise they can reach the same potential, she added: “So for all those short girls out there, I do like to think that I am representing them a little bit.

“And if they want to be a model and are petite then that is okay. There is nothing wrong with petite women.”

Despite the early pushback, the Irish model has had many of her dreams realised in recent years, and even purchased her dream home in the Hollywood hills with her partner last year.

Source: dublinlive.ie

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