A MUM-of-two has told how she quit her job for OnlyFans and now makes up to £60,000 a month.
Lucy Banks, 31, rakes in the cash by fulfilling her subscribers’ saucy fantasies – like oiling herself up in her kitchen while her kids sleep.
The former corporate banker from Perth, Australia, swapped current accounts for adult content in 2019.
Fed up with working a 60-hour week and missing out on precious time with her children, Lucy decided to take the OnlyFans plunge.
She had been told by a pal that she could make up to triple her monthly wage on the online platform and was “curious”.
Now the 31-year-old is one of OnlyFans top earners and she has been able to become financially secure three years on.
But as expected, wacky requests from Lucy’s adoring subscribers come with the territory, seeing her complete some bizarre deeds after tucking her children in bed.
The mum told the Daily Star: “There’s so many things I have found myself doing that I never thought I would.
“I was once paid to oil up my kitchen bench, then oil up my naked body and slide across it! I do OnlyFans as a job so I can work it around my kids.
I’m really lucky that I can parent full-time and work my job into the times that my kids are at school or when they’re asleep.
“The children are always my first priority, and that never changes.”
Lucy claims she now earns anywhere between £20,000 and £60,000 each month – while being able to balance it around her children.
She added: “If it ever got to a point where it was taking time away from my children, then I would walk away from the industry.
“Thankfully, the flexibility means that I can successfully juggle both.”
Thriving on OnlyFans saw the 31-year-old forget her money worries and allowed her to send her two sons to a prestigious private school.
Lucy explained she had attempted to set up side hustles before, but struggled to fit it in while working and being a parent.
So she applauds the adult platform for granting her a new lease of life and making her debt-free.
The mum continued: “OnlyFans has such a negative reputation, and I don’t think that is fair.
“People will change their opinions of someone when they find out they’re an OnlyFans creator.
“It’s hard to navigate things like the dating world, and making friends with school mums – it could have bad repercussions.
“I’m still the same person, OF is just my job. You wouldn’t stop being nice to someone because they’re a mechanic, or a hairdresser.”
But Lucy brushes off any negativity, as she is content with the “freedom and security” her X-rated career has granted her.