'We should flaunt what we have': Fugitive mom of 6 wanted by Interpol earns $115k per month on OnlyFans

Lisa Marie Mathers, 30, claims that Interpol has issued a wanted warrant for her in connection with a legal dispute with Norwegian authorities

'We should flaunt what we have': Fugitive mom of 6 wanted by Interpol earns $115k per month on OnlyFans
Lisa Marie Mathers, the mother of six children, reportedly abandoned her education to focus on her booming internet modeling profession as Lady Penelope on OnlyFans (ladypenelopesecret/TikTok)
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A mother who claims to be evading the authorities claims that she is earning money on OnlyFans despite being on the run. Lisa Marie Mathers, 30, says that Interpol has issued a wanted warrant for her in connection with an alleged legal dispute with Norwegian authorities, reported New York Post. She left Norway in 2013 and hasn't been back since, according to Mathers, who currently resides in Scotland with her husband and children.

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The mother, who has six children ranging in age from two to twelve, apparently declined to go back to Norway in February 2017 to handle the legal issue. Mathers was concerned she would go to jail in 2017 due to an alleged extradition dispute involving her two oldest children, who were born in Norway. She claimed that her fear of being detained prevented her from traveling abroad. According to New York Post, the worried mother stated, "I was really scared of the Norwegian authorities — I moved (my) address, so they didn't know where I was." 

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Lisa Marie Mathers confessed, "I started getting calls from Norway to say Interpol were involved, and I couldn’t leave the country." At the age of 13, Mathers, who was born in Scotland, reportedly relocated to Norway with her parents. She stayed there till she ran upon Paul, her husband. They returned to Scotland together. She reportedly started working at a strip club in Scotland to make some money after being allegedly motivated by an online post. "I was sick of being at home in my 20s and wanted to make some money. I Googled strip clubs and Private Eyes came up. I danced three or four nights a week," she said.

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Lisa Marie Mathers reportedly estimated her monthly income at up to $115,000 (The Sun/ Video screengrab)

According to Mathers, who used to be a dancer in the club, "the most I ever made in one night was $7,000, and on average I made $3,400 a month." She admitted that the "stigma" ultimately drove her away, and she made the decision to enroll in college. Mathers started taking classes in August at the University of Inverness in Scotland for an English degree, and she also reportedly started posting to OnlyFans on the side. The pressure of studying, being a mother, and maintaining her OnlyFans account soon led her to make the decision to give up, as reported by the outlet. 

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She stated, "I knew OnlyFans would bring in more income, so I had to drop out of the course." Mathers is currently employed by a company that reportedly estimated her monthly income at up to $115,000. According to reports, she ranks in the site's top 13 percent of creators. She spends six to eight hours a day shooting footage for private clients. Her husband, Paul Mathers, who she describes as her biggest supporter, even sold his home in 2017 to pay for a $7,000 breast augmentation. She gushed, saying "He has never had an issue with what I do and is so supportive." She added that her area of work shouldn't be stigmatized. 

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Mathers reportedly abandoned her education to focus on her booming internet modeling profession as Lady Penelope, reported The Sun. She said, "It took off so quickly that I didn’t really have time for uni anymore. No English teacher or journalist makes the kind of salary that I do. But money isn’t everything and I can always go back to that when I get a bit older." She concluded by saying, "Anyone should do it and could do it. We should flaunt what we have.”

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