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Lawyer who quit her job to start OnlyFans now makes her old yearly salary in just one month

Lawyer who quit her job to start OnlyFans now makes her old yearly salary in just one month

"I chose this because I wanted freedom and happiness"

A lawyer who ditched her job to start an OnlyFans account says she now makes her old yearly salary in just one month, explaining she's much happier for it.

The meteoric rise of the online subscription platform has seen numerous people either pack in or get fired from their roles in exchange for posting often saucy content on the site.

And for the popular creators, it's an opportunity to earn more money than they could ever dream of.

This is the case for the woman in this story, who goes by the Disney-inspired alias Jazmen Jafar. The 27-year-old quit her job as an attorney just six months after bagging the role.

Since then, she's built up an impressive OnlyFans profile, featuring nearly 1,200 posts and 2,200 videos, as well as daily livestreams.

Subscribers pay a fee of $7, and while it might not sound like much, she's making far more than she ever did in her legal work.

Jazmen Jafar quite her legal job to pursue OnlyFans.

According to documents seen by Insider, the 27-year-old made more than $180,000 (£146,000) in the first three months of this year.

What's more, she made $75,000 in February – the same amount she'd earn in a year as a lawyer.

Though some might argue her new venture is a waste of her education and training, Jazmen told Insider that she had spent most of her life living to please her parents.

"Before, when my future was so laid out and I had a great, long, stable legal career in the works, I hated the thought of the future," she explained.

The content creator, who shares nude photos and videos on OnlyFans, started her account in 2021 before landing a job as a lawyer in October that year.

For months she continued to juggle the two before packing in her day job in March 2022.

She continued: "I was working at the law firm during the day and at night I would come home and film content.

"I'd film all weekend too. It was always awkward going into the office on Monday and colleagues would ask how I spent my weekend and I'd say, 'Just relaxing indoors,' when really I was filming myself sucking dildos or whatever."

Jazmen stands by her decision to leave, saying she's happier than ever. Although her parents don't approve, they still love her.

"The world is really changing, and the traditional career paths are not what they used to be," she said.

She wants to break the stigma surrounding sex work.

"Back in the day, jobs like lawyer, engineer, and doctor were what brought you money and stability, but now, with the internet, there's endless possibilities with what you can do.

"Many people don't realise that a lot of lawyers are miserable, and I'm often told I'm crazy for leaving a law job to be a sex worker, but it's only people that have a glamorised view of being a lawyer that don't understand my decision.

"My goal is to break some of the stigma and stereotypes surrounding sex work and show people that it's not a last resort.

"For me, it's a first resort, because I had a well-paid job that I could've done for the rest of my life. I chose this because I wanted freedom and happiness."

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/jazmen.jafar

Topics: Sex and Relationships, Money