A mum of two has revealed how she quit her job for OnlyFans and is now making up to £60,000 a month.
Lucy Banks, 31, is raking in the cash by fulfilling her subscribers’ naughty fantasies – like oiling herself up in her kitchen while her kids sleep.
The former corporate banker from Perth, Australia swapped checking accounts for adult content in 2019.
Tired of working a 60-hour week and missing out on precious time with her kids, Lucy decided to take the plunge at OnlyFans.
She had learned from a friend that she could earn three times her monthly wages on the online platform and had become “curious”.
The 31-year-old is now one of OnlyFans’ top earners and was able to secure herself financially three years later.
But as expected, crazy requests are coming with the territory from Lucy’s adoring subscribers, who see her pull off some bizarre feats after tucking her kids into bed.
The mum told the Daily Star: “There are so many things I’ve done that I never thought I would do.
“I was once paid to oil my kitchen bench, then oil my naked body and slide over it! I’m doing OnlyFans as a job so I can work it around my kids.
I’m really lucky that I can parent full time and fit my job into the times when my kids are in school or when they are sleeping.
“The children are always my first priority and that never changes.”
Lucy claims she now makes between £20,000 and £60,000 every month – while balancing it around her children.
She added: “If it ever got to a point where it was taking my kids time, I would retire from the industry.
“Fortunately, the flexibility means I can successfully juggle both.”
With success on OnlyFans, the 31-year-old put her money worries aside and allowed her to send her two sons to a prestigious private school.
Lucy explained that she had previously attempted to build side hustles but struggled to fit in while working and as a parent.
So she applauds the adult platform for giving her a new life and getting her out of debt.
The mother continued, “OnlyFans has such a negative reputation and I don’t think that’s fair.
“People will change their minds about someone when they find out they are an OnlyFans creator.
“It’s difficult navigating things like the dating world and making friends with school moms – it could have dire repercussions.
“I’m still the same person, OF is just my job. You wouldn’t stop being nice to someone just because they’re a mechanic or a hairdresser.”
But Lucy brushes aside any negativity, content with the “freedom and security” her adult career has afforded her.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/5395181/mum-of-two-quit-job-onlyfans-kids-asleep/ I’m a mum of two – I quit my job and now I’m making £60,000 a month oiling myself in my kitchen while my kids sleep