Here’s How Bella Thorne Scammed Everyone On OnlyFans & Sparked A Massive Backlash From Sex Workers

The Bella Thorne OnlyFans saga has taken a massive twist.

The other week, Bella Thorne signed up to OnlyFans and ended up making $1 million in 24 hours ($2 million by the end of the week) simply by putting her pictures up behind a paywall, demonstrating how unbelievably easy it is for attractive exhibitionists to make a killing online in 2020.

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Well the story has now taken quite a turn after Bella started messaging her OnlyFans subscribers promising exclusive nude PPV content for $200 (on top of the subscription they already pay).

Turns out the content didn’t include any nudes at all, which caused an insane ripple effect through OnlyFans that resulted in the platform limiting amounts that other content providers could charge for PPV and how much they’re allowed to receive in tips:

So basically, SO MANY people requested refunds after being scammed by Bella Thorne that it changed thee entire OnlyFans economy. OnlyFans have reduced the max price of PPVs to $50 and limited the amount users can tip to $100. Content providers now also have to wait a whole month before receiving payouts. Brutal!

Here’s some more of the backlash she received from sex workers online and other content providers on the site:

Bella Thorne has since apologised:

Well it’s pretty crazy that Bella Thorne made $1 million on her first day on the site and was still so greedy for more that she had to scam the losers who pay for this sort of content out of even more of their hard earned cash. Looks like she was happy to adopt a ‘don’t hate the player, hate the game’ attitude until it all blew up in her face and now she’s out there trying to do damage control. Pretty fair to hate the player in this case I think.

Meanwhile, guess which UK Page 3 legend is about to join OnlyFans and is also projected to quickly make £1 million? Yup, who else?


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