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Mum Helps Daughter, 22, Make £120,000 A Year By Selling NSFW Photos Online

Inspirational.

In a move straight out of the Kris Jenner guide to parenting, a 22-year-old girl is now raking in £120k a year by selling nude photos and videos of herself – taken by her mum.

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Beth Spiby, from Manchester, worked jobs at KFC and Marks & Spencer until a colleague told her about the money she could make selling naughty pics online at OnlyFans.com.

Beth set up an account ASAP and recruited her mum to take daily photos and videos, and in no time she had more than 1,000 followers paying £12 a month to get nude photos and videos of her. That’s over £10,000 a month!

Beth says:

My friends and family they all love it.

If they need something paying for they only have to ask so nobody is negative about it.

They know I am in control of my job and I like doing it so nobody is negative.

On her mum taking the pics:

My mum took all the pictures – even the raunchy ones.

It was in underwear and topless. It became more explicit the more comfortable I got.

At first I think I got about 70 subscribers. My subscribers went from about 70 to 1,000 in a week

It’s totally naked. I use toys. I do solo strip teases here and there. Whatever the customers want.

I do videos in the shower.

People can request things. Some people like it if I moan their name for example.

Oh, she also runs an advice website – anonymousadvicebybeth.com – where she offers support to people in need. Just in case you were feeling down and needed some advice from the girl who makes a living selling nude content of herself online.

I help people in need, offer them a shoulder to cry on or just someone to talk to on their dark days.

I have saved two people from suicide.

So yeah, a little different from most family businesses but definitely a lucrative one. I wish I could make £10k a month selling photos and videos of myself online. Probably wouldn’t recruit my mum to take said photos and videos though but I guess we all draw the line somewhere.

For the mum, daughter and granddaughter who claim they always get mistaken for sisters, click HERE.


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