A mum who snubbed her banking job in a bid to work on OnlyFans has opened up about her kinky admirers.
Lucy Banks began her own platform back in 2019 where she earned up to £20,000-£60,000 a month.
The content creator has been lucky enough to manage her time on the adults-only platform while parenting her two kids.
She often finds herself catering to her admirers' needs, all while making sure her young children are fed.
Now in an exclusive chat with Daily Star, the singleton has opened up about the kinky business she gets from her fans.
And spoiler alert – Lucy, from Perth, Australia, is getting a lot of proposals.
Although she gets a lot of guys asking for her hand in marriage, the mum won't just say yes to anyone.
She said: "I've had many 20 marriage proposals. It's really great to know that I am connecting with these guys.
"The conversations are really genuine and we do share something special.
"I don't want to be an imaginary internet girl, I want to make these men really smile and make them happy.
"Although the relationship needs to stay online, the marriage proposals are always flattering."
Even though she's managing her job and family life easily, she does get a lot of judgment from people.
Lucy claimed: "If it ever got to a point where it was taking time away from my children, then I would walk away from the industry.
"Thankfully, the flexibility means that I can successfully juggle both."
Luckily for Lucy her OnlyFans job doesn't get in the way of her parenting, or impact other aspects of her life.
She admitted: "OnlyFans has such a negative reputation, and I don't think that is fair."
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Lucy recently revealed she wanted to earn £200,000 a year so she can retire at the age of 40.
The singleton is in the top 0.8% of OnlyFans as she shared some advice for creators to get the money rolling in.
She said: "Modelling can feel like winning the lottery if you're among the top earners – but this windfall will be short-lived.
"The service can decide to ban adult content – again – and your fortunes can fall as quickly as they rise in a business like this."
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