Lottie Moss sizzles in thong and lace stockings for OnlyFans after agency drops model

The 23-year-old bombshell was dropped by her modeling agency after she signed up for the subscription-only service


                            Lottie Moss sizzles in thong and lace stockings for OnlyFans after agency drops model
The 23-year-old was dropped by her modeling agency after she signed up for the subscription-only service (Instagram/@lottiemossxo)

Lottie Moss continues to keep her fans drooling as she recently stripped to just a thong and lace stockings for a sultry OnlyFans shoot.

The 23-year-old bombshell was dropped by her modeling agency after she signed up for the subscription-only service. MEAWW previously reported how Moss went topless to promote self-care for breasts and how she planned on selling her panties on OnlyFans after a successful nudes sale on the platform.

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Showing off her incredible figure in a black corset, stilettos, and matching black sheer stockings, Moss sprawled across a sweeping grand staircase. The younger sister of model Kate Moss stunned her fans in a series of racy poses that were taken during a shoot in Beverley Hills and later posted to her Instagram Stories.



 

Lottie previously admitted she was making up to $95,000 a month by sharing x-rated images of herself on OnlyFans. Speaking to Jamie Laing on his podcast 'Private Parts', she chimed in on her decision to join the popular website. "So you get these subscribers and it's like a Netflix subscription... then you see the photos that you've taken, that you have control over, that you know exactly what you're putting out there, you're not being forced into this in any way," Jamie noted before asking Lottie how much she was making. "Well my friend Tana made three million in her first week," she said, raising Jamie's eyebrows as he said, "What?"
 
Lottie continued, "You can make upwards of like $100,000 a month if you're doing it regularly and have followers. I’m just taking fun pictures you’d send to your boyfriend, it’s fine, it’s harmless, it’s not hurting anyone. It's so good."



 

She was referring to her YouTuber friend Tana Mongeau, who once dated fellow influencer Jake Paul. Mongeau joined the subscription-only platform in May 2020 and made the staggering amount in her first week. However, her pal Lottie's decision to join OnlyFans did not sit well with her modeling agency.

Lottie was considered a rising star in the modeling industry after being spotted at just 13 years old at half-sister Kate's wedding to former husband Jamie Hince in 2011. She was subsequently signed to the reputed international modeling agency Storm, which appeared to take a dim view of her recent career choices.

"These photos and the path she's on will affect her future as a model, but also as a woman. What if one day she wants a normal job?" an agency source told the Daily Mail in April. "Storm can't let Lottie become another victim of this crazy influencer-meets-celebrity, image-obsessed culture. Her mental health needs to be protected."



 

However, Lottie fervently defended her decision to join the lucrative website. “I do OnlyFans and I feel like it’s always been stigmatized as dirty and ­disgusting, but sex is great. Sex should be fun and light and a good conversation topic. Everyone has sex, so why should it be shameful?” she told The Sun. “It’s something everyone does in the morning. When they wake up, everyone brushes their teeth and everyone has sex. Not at the same time … well, maybe. It depends on the position. I’m very sex-positive.”



 

Lottie, real name Charlotte Moss, is the daughter of Peter Edward Moss and Inger Solnordal. She was born after her father's marriage to Kate's mum Linda ended. Nonetheless, Lottie followed in her supermodel sister's footsteps and started her modeling career in her early teens. 

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