Woman who joined daughter on OnlyFans says followers give her everything she’d want from a relationship
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A mum who joined OnlyFans along with her daughter has said she has no need for a man in her life as she gets all she needs from her subscribers.
Evie Leana, 37, admits that she was initially apprehensive when her then-18-year-old daughter Tiahnee said she would be joining the platform, but was later won round.
Speaking to Tyla, Evie, from Adelaide in Australia, said: “At 18 Tianhnee decided she was going to start an OnlyFans, which I was not happy with at the beginning. I didn’t know much about it.
“She ended up doing it anyway, and she made quite a bit of money. She made about $100,000AUD (£56,200) in less than a year.
“It was the sort of stuff she would post on Instagram and she was making that sort of money for and able to live an enjoyable life and not be burdened by a 9-5. It was a good lifestyle for her and I could see how happy she was.”
Exactly one year later, Evie decided to set up her own page and has been a huge hit - pulling in up to $60,000 (£33,719) in a month.
The mum and daughter even took part in a lingerie shoot together - but have kept things separate otherwise, with Evie saying: "We have our own things going on and our content is very different."
Being on the platform allows Evie to embrace her ‘sensual flirty’ side and she says that although the platform is a lot of work it’s also a lot of fun.
She added: “I love expressing that sensual, feminine side - I’ve always been highly sexual - and I love that side of me. I think that’s who I am at my core.”
And while daughter Tiahnee is in a long-term committed relationship with her partner, Evie says she isn’t looking for love as OnlyFans gives her everything she’d want for a relationship.
“I’ve been single for a long time,” Evie said. “I haven't had any intimacy with a guy for over a year, but I feel like I get enough from OnlyFans.
“I feel like… there’s nothing I could get from a relationship that I don’t get from my fans.
“It’s all the positive stuff I get from them, without the negative or mundane stuff. It’s just all the fun and exciting stuff and I’m happy with that.”
Although Evie and Tianhnee are very happy with their careers, they admit that they do receive some horrible comments from trolls online.
Evie said: “There’s definitely a lot of judgement from people that I don’t know. There’s no one in my life that I know that judges me, but definitely in the media it’s full of judgement and hateful comments.
“The majority of the negative comments we get come from men, not women. I think a lot of the negativity stems from sexism.”
But despite the odd mean comment, Evie isn’t going anywhere and plans to remain on OnlyFans for as long as she can.
“I’m going to continue as long as I’m hot enough,” she joked.
Topics: Sex and Relationships, Parenting, Money