Woman who quit her job at Lidl now makes $38,000-a-month selling nudes
A woman from Lancashire, England says she earns $38,000 a month - managing to buy a house outright at the age of 23 - all from selling explicit photos of herself through OnlyFans.
Kaya Corbridge, who used to work at budget supermarket Lidl, now lives a lavish lifestyle funded by the snaps - and has also managed to give financial support to her family.
As well as nudes, Corbridge also sells photographs of just her feet and photos that cater to people with more specific tastes.
In fact, the 23-year-old was once asked by an OnlyFans user to walk around with a slice of bread in her shoe and then send him the crumbs.
Corbridge's unusual lifestyle began when she ended her degree course at Leeds Beckett University to focus her efforts on creating content for the site.
She explained: "I set-up my OnlyFans account on a bit of whim. I just thought I'd give it a go - I never thought it would change my life in the way it has.
"In my first year I made £255,000 ($330,000) and now I earn about £30,000 ($38,000) every month - I'm in the top one percent of OnlyFans earners in the world."
Corbridge's previous jobs include working as a waitress, in McDonald's, and Lidl.
Of course, the income she gets through OnlyFans is a staggering amount more than she ever earned when she was working more traditional jobs.
She explained: "Last year I bought my first house and paid for it outright. It cost £125,000 and it's lovely. It's got two bedrooms, a kitchen, two bathrooms, a balcony, and a garden and it's made me want to buy a second property soon."
"I love exploring and seeing new places and I love being my own boss, as I can still work from wherever I am in the world. Since I started OnlyFans I've visited 20 countries, I've taken my mom to Paris, Poland, and Barcelona, and I spent a few months in Australia.
She continued: "For those couple of weeks when I was at university I was as poor as hell and could barely afford to eat. I was always worried about money, my parents didn't have a lot, but they scraped together all they could to give me an extra £30 ($39) a week.
"I remember being in tears because my laptop basically blew up and I couldn't afford to fix it."
"Within the first month I'd made £8,500. I knew I was on to something good, so I decided to quit my university course and concentrate on OnlyFans."
Corbridge also says her family is supportive of her lifestyle, adding: "My family and friends are happy for me and so supportive of what I do. I've been honest with them the whole time. As soon as I posted my first photo, I told them what I was doing. My only regret is that I didn't start doing this sooner."