'I'm doin it': 'Baywatch' star Donna D'Errico, 54, announces she is joining OnlyFans with SIZZLING picture
Donna D'Errico says, 'I'll have fun with this for a bit and if it gets to be too much to handle on my own, I’ll just shut it down'
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: The 54-year-old actress Donna D'Errico recently signed up on OnlyFans, and she doesn't feel guilty about it. On August 16, the 'Baywatch' actress posted a picture of herself in a bathroom in her swimming suit on Instagram. She urged her supporters to visit the link in her description to check out her OnlyFans profile.
In the caption, she wrote, "I’m doin' it. Link in bio. Go check it out. My take on a vintage pin-up poster. I obviously don’t take myself, or the fact that I’m on that site, too seriously," she wrote. "This post may upset some people. I don’t care." According to the Playboy model, the notion that OnlyFans users are engaging in provocative conduct vilifies the website. Meanwhile, she pointed out how celebrities are sharing explicit content on some other social networking sites.
"All these celebs posting nude and topless pics of themselves here on IG and Twitter all the time covering their important bits with their hands. Boom, thousands of likes & comments talking about body positivity and confidence and empowerment and you go girl! Hot! But take that same photo of that same celeb and put it on OF where she can control who sees it and now she’s gross and hard up. People kill me. "That site" is a social media platform pretty similar to the rest with a few big differences. No censorship, and no bullying/haters. I’m in," said the actress.
D’Errico further stated what her OnlyFans page would contain, "Bikini and lingerie modeling pics, outtakes from magazine editorials, me doing funny things in bikinis because I have such an incredible sense of humor yet am also so humble, new and vintage bts photos & videos, and whatever else I decide I want to post." She further added, "What you will not see: My hoo-ha. What I don’t want to see: Your manhood." The celebrity revealed that she would be managing the account personally and that she rejected the widespread practice of using chat bots to pose as her in conversations. "I’ll have fun with this for a bit," she shared, "and if it gets to be too much to handle on my own, I’ll just shut it down."
D'Errico has experience putting an end to detractors. She reacted to those who objected to a photo of her in a two-piece on Instagram in July. In the post, she wrote, "Quite a few women complained about the 4th of July video I posted in a red white & blue bikini because they thought I was 'classier than that' and ‘too old to wear a bikini’ and, my favorite, ‘desperate.' Let me tell you something that might surprise you. I can actually wear and do literally whatever I want."
The star recently said on Instagram that she no longer pays attention to those who merely want to undermine her. "Once upon a time I used to allow what others thought of me to really bother me and even dictate my actions," she wrote. "Strangers in public or haters online, so many women just seem to love tearing other women down. It affected me pretty badly over time. No matter how great I felt about how I looked when I left the house if I got photographed while out I’d be absolutely torn to shreds by mostly women making fun of everything about me in online comments."