Melissa Williams: Fired cop says colleagues who shamed her now want OnlyFans nudes for FREE
A former Colorado police officer, who had claimed that she was shamed out of her job in the force after her colleagues and boss found out about her secret OnlyFans account, said the same people are now asking for a discount on her nude photos.
Melissa Williams, 46, from Colorado, first launched her OnlyFans account in May 2020, sharing photos of herself with her husband, who has not been named for privacy reasons. The mom-of-two, who worked at the Arapahoe County Sheriff's office for 28 years, was also using her OnlyFans work as a creative outlet to de-stress from her high-pressure and often dangerous job.
But when her co-workers and boss discovered her racy snaps, Melissa said they shamed her, spread them around her entire office, and ultimately pushed her out of her role, forcing her to leave her job. And now, Melissa claims that the same people who judged her for her side gig are reaching out and asking if they could see some of her sexy snaps for a cheaper price or even for free.
Melissa claims that the situation caused havoc on her mental health and she was suffering from stress and anxiety, she had to consult a doctor and she signed off her job as a police officer on August 23, 2021, when her doctor recommended her not to return to her old job.
Now, she is working full-time as an OnlyFans model, making $4,000 a month and she told Jam Press, "she is so much happier".
Melissa and her husband had been making a healthy living on OnlyFans for 18 months sharing images under the handle @the.real.bella.lexi.2. In August 2021, her secret activity was found out when her superior received an anonymous tip about it.
Soon after, Melissa claimed she was sent an official complaint via email - which left her 'shocked and panicked' about the 'two parts of her life colliding.' She then discovered that a few of her colleagues had signed up to her page so that they could 'investigate her conduct,' and they shared her images around the entire local force and jail staff.
"The complaint came totally out of the blue, I was in shock and panicking because I never wanted these two parts of my life to collide," she told Jam Press.
And now, Melissa says that they are being all nice to her and message her on Instagram. "I’ve seen messages on my Instagram from former male colleagues saying things like, "Oh I was your favorite, can you send me something for free?" she told Jam Press. She said that others have asked if she does a discount for law enforcement and the answer is just no. "It’s interesting to me that I had just a handful of co-workers reach out in support during all of this and now some of those who were gossiping about me and spreading rumors are the ones asking for free photos and subscriptions."
Since sharing her story online, Melissa has seen her followers increase from 400 to 4,800 and while some of the messages she's received have been negative, she's also gotten many supportive responses from other law enforcement officials.
Melissa said, "Other male colleagues have messaged to say they didn’t have OnlyFans before but they wanted to support me and told me to keep doing what I’m doing."
A woman I worked with wrote a message saying: "Just checking in to see how you are doing. You were the best leader I had and still one of my role models in law enforcement."
"Another told me I was making a positive impact for all women and I shouldn’t let the negativity bring me down."
Melissa said, "The support really has been overwhelming and it means so much. It’s made me feel like I’m not a terrible person. I was so worried about this all coming out and I never wanted it to but so much of it has been positive."
Despite her online success, Melissa isn’t sure whether she will continue her page for a long term and her goal is to find another job in a corporate security role.