A Minnesota mom who started working as a model on OnlyFans as a way to pay off debts during the pandemic is now clearing $7,000 a month on the platform.
Ladbible notes Minnesota mom and OnlyFans model Brooke Schueneman, 25, had been barely making any money due to the pandemic, and accrued a whopping $30,000 in credit card debt paying the bills after her daughter was born.
Her husband then suggested she start up an OnlyFans account to make money on the platform.
“I decided to go for it and in September 2020, I created my OnlyFans account. I started off by posting foot content which seemed to be a hit with my subscribers and after one month, I had made over $1,500 which was a blessing as it meant we were able to pay our rent,” she said.
Brooke said: “I had no concerns going into OnlyFans – especially as a mother – as I know some people out there may have their own opinions on this, but what I do for work doesn’t impact my ability to parent and I know that I’m a great mum.
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“OnlyFans has been a blessing these last few months as it has changed my family’s life for the better and I’m so thankful that I took the opportunity when I did. My husband was so supportive of me the whole entire way as he knew that I was doing something that I loved,” the Minnesota mom and OnlyFans model said.
“I’m now focusing on teaching women how to make money online, such as by selling foot pictures with my own masterclass and course.”
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“My husband is so supportive of me and appreciates how hard I work on all of my platforms to help put food on the table which I’m so grateful for as his support has helped me get through this tough period.”
According to The Daily Star, Schueneman now doesn’t post as much on OnlyFans but is thankful that the platform got her family out of a tough situation.
Brooke Schueneman, from Minnesota, USA, struggled to make ends meet as she quit her waitressing and nanny jobs when she was heavily pregnant in December 2018.
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“Although I now don’t post as much I used to, OnlyFans has been a blessing these last few months as it has changed my family’s life for the better and I’m so thankful that I took the opportunity when I did,” the Minnesota mom and model said.
“After nearly two years of uploading and accepting custom content requests, I started making around $4,000 per month on YouTube and $50,000 [a year] overall across all platforms online,” she continued.
“OnlyFans can be so worth it, even if it’s just being able to pay all your bills without checking your account balance first.”
The content creation platform has seen a boost in users during the pandemic as many looked for alternative sources of income, like student Kaya Corbridge, The Daily Mail previously reported.
But now Kaya, who has a brother and two sisters who she prefers to keep anonymous, says money is no object, adding: ‘Last year I bought my first house and paid for it outright.
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Like the Minnesota mom turned OnlyFans model, Corbridge has also seen a financial windfall after joining OnlyFans.
“Making the average yearly UK salary of about £30,420 a month, at just 23, singleton Kaya Corbridge owns her house in Colne, Lancashire, outright and holidays in far flung destinations such as Bali, Barcelona and Australia,” the Daily Mail writes.
According to The Mirror, the 23-year-old quit her degree in international relations at Leeds Beckett University in September 2017 after just four weeks, to focus on her OnlyFans account — which is now her full-time job.
“In my first year I made £255,000 and now I earn about £30,000 every month – I’m in the top one per cent of OnlyFans earners in the world.”
“Since I started OnlyFans I’ve visited 20 countries, I’ve taken my mum to Paris, Poland and Barcelona, and I spent a few months in Australia. I travelled in America, saw more of Europe, then went to Bali and now I’m traveling around South East Asia. I’m hoping to have been to 30 countries by the end of the year.”
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