I put up a huge racy BILLBOARD ad for my OnlyFans account – the locals are angry but I don’t care

A RISKE The businesswoman has caused trouble in a town where she put up a giant billboard featuring her scantily clad self.

The Australian model doesn’t care that she has placed herself at the center of controversy for promoting her OnlyFans account in the heart of Perth.

The unidentified woman did the novel but risky advert to gain her following


The unidentified woman did the novel but risky advert to gain her followingCredit: 7NEWS
Locals have complained that it's not suitable for children to see


Locals have complained that it’s not suitable for children to seeCredit: 7NEWS

The problem goes well beyond neighborly whining, as the giant advertisement is displayed at a busy intersection in the center of town.

Alongside the racy image of the unnamed model are links to her account with the adult content subscription service.

However, the self-confident creator has taken all the criticism calmly.

“I run a business whether people want to believe it or not,” she told 7News.

Citing the argument that the image is easily accessible online, she says, “If anyone, of any age, wants to see something, they will find it… I have no control over that.”

It’s a novel, if not risky, promotional tool for adult content creators. However, the model says it’s definitely paid off and that all the extra attention – good or bad – has just boosted her subscriber count.

Among those unhappy with the woman’s business strategy are local residents closest to the billboard, who have complained that it is unsuitable for children.

“It’s a family section, and it’s an over 18 site, so I don’t think kids should really be able to see that,” said one woman.

However, the angry neighbors have gone a step further and have filed a formal complaint with the advertising regulator – Ad Standards.

The Australian Association of National Advertisers’ code of ethics states that advertising “must treat sex, sexuality and nudity with sensitivity to the relevant audience”.

AD Standards has received four complaints about OnlyFans advertising so far, 7News reported.

They must now investigate whether the sexy lingerie image constitutes a code violation.

Meanwhile, the creator is defending her decision to local radio stations.

She told Perth’s 6PR radio it’s getting the attention she wants.

She also assured the host that it’s difficult for teenagers to access her page through the links in the ad since it’s restricted to over 18s.


PaulLeBlanc is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. PaulLeBlanc joined Dailynationtoday in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: paulleblanc@dailynationtoday.com.

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