Dirty secrets of Sin City: OnlyFans model CJ Miles reveals being paid $180K for one night of stripping
Miles, who has a computer engineering degree, arrived in Vegas in 2006 and spent 'every day naked' for 14 years
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA: A former exotic dancer, CJ Miles, who is now an OnlyFans model, said she had spent 12 years working at the infamous club Spearmint Rhino as a stripper before she quit and joined OnlyFans. She revealed that she earns a lump sum of $200K a month from the subscription-based social media platform. She also claims that she was once paid $180K for just one night of stripping at the height of her career as an exotic dancer.
Miles grew up in poverty in Philippines with her parents, leaving her homeless at the age of 13. She now has over 2.2M followers on Instagram, and is open about her life as a former in-demand stripper. "Being a stripper in Vegas isn't like being a stripper anywhere else. Everyone brought money to burn and there's a millionaire at the club pretty much every week. But these rich CEOs and businessmen expect a big show in return. I was known as an 'angel of the night'," quotes DailyMail.
Miles' shift would typically be from 7 pm to 9 am, but her secret weapon was "being small and having a strong work ethic". She recalled the demands of the job, remarking, "It would be long days and it's a hard job — you'll come away with bruises all over if you don't stay athletically fit and put in the training. Men including A-list celebrities and billionaires would constantly ask me back to their hotels, whether to dance or for something more. I can't really defend myself if something happens and if I'd made $3,350 in one night, I didn't need to go up with them. Unlike many of the other girls, I always worked sober – no drinks or drugs."
While making big money in a night wasn't unusual, she was left stunned when a man offered her $180K for night of stripping. While stressing that nothing else happened and it is important to make the clients feel 'special', she said, "I used the money to buy my family a house in the Philippines. We grew up with nothing, so it felt amazing to be able to do this. I didn't see him again. I don't even know his name and he changed his number. It's like he enjoyed sending money to girls. But I wish I still knew him to say thanks."
Miles, who has a computer engineering degree, arrived in Vegas in 2006 and spent "every day naked" for 14 years. "I was naked every day. On the first day, I was given a bikini and told 'see you inside b**ch. I thought 'I can't do this, I finished college and this is my first job in the US. What did I finish school for?' I remember this one guy approached me and when I said it was my first night he didn't believe me. He slowly came round and booked me for the entire night so I could get settled. I was just so nervous. But I took to it like a duck to water. I remember walking in and the other girls shrugged me off. I was soon raking in the most money, men seemed to love my petite frame and it helped me stand out. They love the idea of being big and strong, and imagine what I'll be like in bed."
Talking about the security, Miles explained, "When you're a stripper, the better you are, the more security will keep an eye on the men around you. I was the best dancer at the club, so I never had that many weird experiences — the clients had to be respectful or they would get kicked out. But many other girls don't get the same treatment, especially those working in the 'seedier', low-level clubs."
Commenting on her current OnlyFans work where she earns a big and steady income every month, she said, "I love getting naked so this is really the ideal job for me. I wouldn't go back to being a full-time stripper now. I came to US with just $100 on me and I was determined to be financially comfortable for once in my life. I wouldn't go back to being a full-time stripper now. But I do pop back as a feature dancer now. I feel alive when I take my clothes off."