Lottie Moss: Teary-eyed model makes Onlyfans FREE after nude pics get leaked online
Lottie Moss started her OnlyFans account in 2021 after she sold some of her nude photos for about $1400
OnlyFans model Lottie Moss, 23, has made her OnlyFans content payment-free after her nude photos were leaked online. Moss, who had previously claimed that she had been making thousands per month off of the platform, took the decision after saying that the friend who leaked her photos online is 'an evil human being'. Moss had successfully sold some of her nude photos for $1400 after which she decided to start her OnlyFans in 2021.
However, Moss's content is not completely devoid of charges. The model is offering extras in exchange for tips. Fans will also be able to unlock individual content pictures for around $13 or they could also choose to purchase the VIP membership for $102. The VIP membership gets you free unlimited chat, exclusive content available to only VIP members of her account. Members can also place requests for custom photos and videos. Moss will even rate customers' manhood if they spend ample money on that package.
The OnlyFans model spoke about her photos getting leaked as she got teary-eyed in a video that she posted on her Instagram story. She mentioned in the video that she was very upset with someone violating her privacy.
Moss, the younger sister of Kate Moss, said that she had received numerous phone calls from strangers after a friend leaked her photos and contact details online. “What an evil human being,” Lottie Moss wrote. Moss revealed that she had received a text message from a concerned fan who told her about a male friend of hers talking about her in a group chat and disclosing her details to people online. “He’s telling the boys in the group chat to sub to your OnlyFans and leak the pictures to your mother’s Instagram,” the text message read.
Earlier, in December 2020, Moss had been forced to apologize to the public after she posted a video of herself enjoying with friends in the middle of lockdown and saying she is a 'super spreader'. The video garnered a lot of negative comments and reactions after which Moss reached out to everyone with an apology. "I just wanted to come on here and say I am so sorry for saying I was a super spreader. Someone on the live popped up saying those words and I repeated them as a joke because I am not and would never condone spreading a virus as serious as this," Moss said in her apology video.