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OnlyFans model says subscribers aren’t ‘eager to spend’ due to cost of living

Ally Mae, 23, previously worked at Morrisons where she bagged £8 an hour but now her income relies on OnlyFans. Despite this, she said the cost of living crisis is having an impact on the industry, and she’s now taking less home a month

An OnlyFans model has claimed people aren’t “eager to spend” on the adult platform due to the cost of living crisis, as her income has taken a hit.

Ally Mae, 23, used to bag £8 an hour working at Morrisons, but her life transformed when she joined OnlyFans and started raking in £25,000 a month.

Even though she took a break from the adult platform Ally, from Blackpool, said she was shocked to discover how much tougher it was to make money when she returned.

She seems to think it’s due to the cost of living crisis, as people aren’t willing to spend as much with so much uncertainty remaining about bill increases.

Ally still manages to make £15,000 a month, but she wishes things would get back to normal on the platform.

Ally, AKA as allymaexoxo on Instagram, told The Mirror: “I’m just starting to get back into it again because I had a break – it’s a bit slow, I think because people are struggling a bit with bills going up.

“I worked myself up for four years so I can just jump straight back into it.

“The cost of living is having an impact, definitely, I don’t think people are as eager to join and spend as they were before.

“I think people are focussing on their bills and making sure they have enough to live. I think people are spending less on there.

“I think before, during the pandemic, I had a huge business boom and it was going crazy well but it has gone down since – it could be because I took a break and people don’t realise I’m back – but the way the current situation is definitely is impacting it.”

She said, at the time when lots of people were joining the platform, she was making a lot of money.

When business was at its best she would take home up to £25,000 a month, whereas now it’s anywhere between £10,000 and £15,000.

Even though her income has been hit, she says she’d never go to back to the supermarket.

For Ally, the green and yellow uniform has been put away for good.

She continued: “I’m not going back – not at all.

“I was on £8.20 an hour or something, it’s a crazy difference.

“I’ve bought clothes, a car, loads of girl stuff, I’ve been saving really because I want to put my money into a business and make it last.

“I’m looking at social media-type websites, like a chatroom.

“I want to keep OnlyFans going for as long as I can, I see it in my future for the foreseeable, until it dies out but it won’t last forever.”

She also said she’s aware that she’s ageing and claimed she wouldn’t “be young and good-looking forever”, so she intends to start her own business at some point.

Ally also hopes to travel more, with cities like New York at the top of her to-visit list.

She said she can also see herself visiting hotter countries as “there are probably some places warmer than Blackpool.”

The adult star also previously opened up about the fact that she managed to make over £300,000 with her videos on the site since she started out in the industry, but she admits it wasn’t an easy journey.

She said she’s experienced trolling and abuse in person, which at times has made her life “hellish”.

She added: “People have tried to hurt me in the street and they also shout names about my career.

“I’ve had people stalk me and say they are going to find out where I live.


“Others have told me they are going to go to my old school and tell everyone about me.

“I find it hard, but I just try and tell myself it’s just silly stuff.

“It’s expected in this kind of job, because it’s still so taboo.

“People love to gossip about it, but it’s really horrible and shouldn’t be accepted.”