Policewoman now a millionaire earning £100k a month on OnlyFans after giving up career to sell racy photos

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Charlotte Rose used to be a police dog handler but gave it up to join OnlyFans – but told This Morning’s Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford that her photos are much tamer than others on the platform and often role plays in her pictures

A policewoman who gave up her career to join OnlyFans has revealed she is now a millionaire and earns around £100,000 ($130,000) a month.

Charlotte Rose was previously a police dog handler but turned to modelling and says that she has invested the money she’s made into her international supplements company – though she has also splurged on a purple Lamborghini.

Appearing on This Morning, Charlotte insisted that her pictures weren’t too risque unlike others on the platform and that she often role plays.

Questioned by host Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford, Charlotte said that she now spends 10 hours a day online and that she often spends most of her time talking to fans make-up free.

“I think they like the real side of it,” Charlotte said. “It’s tame.”

Charlotte admitted that she had only joined the police force because she had wanted to become a vet, which hadn’t worked out, so became a dog handler.

“I never wanted to be a regular officer,” she explained. “I got into the modelling by accident and then I got approached to do the OnlyFans site.”

Charlotte went onto the site just three months after it started and said that she has “very strict morals” so won’t cross the line to make her photos too explicit.

“It’s a paywall and then I do optional,” she said.

“Roleplay, acting. I always got told I should become an actress.”

“I always had very strict morals,” she continued. “I made sure that I never crossed that line… I make content that I’m happy for people to see.”

Probed on whether she would be happy with her former colleagues seeing her photos, she admitted: “It’s a little bit weird not knowing who’s on the other side of it… but i’ve got used to it now.”

And Eamonn couldn’t resist asking: “Would there be a market for a middle-aged television presenter?”

Laughing, she responded: “There’s a market for everyone.”

Source: irishmirror.ie

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