Former Disney star Bella Thorne broke a record on OnlyFans by earning $1 million on the first day she joined. She is the first content creator on the platform to earn that much money in 24 hours.
Thirsty fans have been gobbling up her shared personal content and never-before-seen photos and videos – i.e. numerous bikini photos, her eating a hot dog — but nothing explicitly graphic, she says.
She did poll her fans, asking what type of content they’d like from her… Among the answers: Tongue teasing, lingerie, booty, showering and twerking…
Thorne routinely responds to every DM and sends fans “good night and good morning personal messages” via voice memo. And at some promised later date, she plans to offer classes on writing in Final Draft, baking, and songwriting.
It was just last week that Thorne announced on her Instagram that she had joined the platform wearing a bikini and diamond-encrusted necklace spelling “sex.” She briefly crashed the site after launching her page.
UPDATE: She’s gone on to earn TWO MILLION in her first week. Not bad, not bad.
via LA Times:
She’s planning on putting the earnings into her production company and toward charity. But she also says she’s using the site as research for a new movie she’s making with Sean Baker, the director of such critically acclaimed indie films as “The Florida Project” and “Tangerine.”
“It’s a feature we are researching as I’m living it currently,” Thorne explained via — what else? — text message. “What are the ins and outs? What does a platform like this do to its users? What’s the connective material between your life and your life inside the world of OnlyFans? … How can it change your life for the worse and the better? How far are you willing to go, and how far do you WANT to go? You can be me, or this talented girl from Montana, and OnlyFans could change your life — if you want it to, of course.”
Thorne said she plans to act in the film, which would be written and directed by Baker. The filmmaker declined to comment on the movie, but a source close to the project said it was “very early in its development — in its infancy — and probably years away from turning into anything.”