Even though OnlyFans seems to have been forgotten by people, amazing stories from this social network for adults still keep popping up. This is the case of a 61-year-old woman who shocked people by giving up being a police officer and making the decision to launch her OnlyFans page.
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A new member of OnlyFans
This is a 61-year-old Canadian woman who left her job in law enforcement to become a bikini and Onlyfans model. She was surprised after sharing that she earns almost $2,000 a week and has a large online following.
“I am very good at my job as a police officer,” model and social media influencer Bianca Jag said, as reported by the Daily Star. “My main goal is to help people, and I have many obligations.”
“I also did investigative work, but after 17 years as an officer, I left because I was not satisfied anymore. “I’m not happy, and I need to change my life,” Jag, who describes himself as a “French-Canadian webcam model,” told X.
Jag resigned from the Canadian police force after 17 years in 2012 and tried running a restaurant before launching a modeling career.
He said he used to earn $800 a week before doubling that number to his current average of $1,600 a week.
“I started working as a webcam girl to recover financially after closing my restaurant. “At that time, I was in a bodybuilding competition and knew someone who had a website that featured muscles, so I thought I’d give it a try,” he added.
He got more than 120 thousand followers on Instagram and accumulated more than 1 million views on his publications.
He said that a large part of his income went to surgeries and treatments to maintain a slim body and look young.
Additionally, Jag’s Instagram page is known to link to his website, detailing his social media accounts on risqué sites such as the Onlyfans page and Stripchat.
“I get a lot of compliments on the webcam about my looks, which are very flattering, and people always tell me I don’t look my age,” she told the local outlet.
The woman revealed that she spent $22,000 on breast implants, $3,200 on eyelid treatments, and received Botox every three months to become the best content creator on the adult site.
Jag’s story comes after some of the other policewomen left the profession to become online models or were exposed for operating racy OnlyFans accounts while working in law enforcement.
One example is that a police officer in Minneapolis, for example, was investigated last month after his top brass found out about his OnlyFans account, even though the mayor had no problem with his explicit photos.
His account was exposed after they stopped a driver who was a subscriber to his account.
In another case, a Colorado law enforcement officer retired from the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office last year rather than face an internal investigation into an Onlyfans page he owned.
Meanwhile, another Detroit police officer resigned from the force in 2022 amid an internal investigation into his racy OnlyFans account.
And this is how more and more people are participating in content creation to monetize the achievements of different social networks.