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Woman who faked depression for free nose job boasts on TV about selling X-rated pics: 'Sleazy men make it easy'

Carla Bellucci is making a lot of money and said how her teen daughter is also interested to walk the same path
UPDATED JUN 24, 2020
Carla Bellucci (ITV/This Morning)
Carla Bellucci (ITV/This Morning)

A woman who lied about depression to con her way into a free nose job on the NHS is now selling explicit photos of herself online and said she's earning quite a bit because "sleazy men" are "stupid enough" to pay for them.

Carla Bellucci, from Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, had previously claimed she was suffering from depression and that a slight bump in her nose was affecting her mental health. Appears that she did all of this to get herself an $8,732 plastic surgery for free.

She had then appeared on ITV's 'This Morning' and insisted she had no regrets over the move, which saw her receive death threats and forced her to move homes. These days, she's selling pictures of herself online and boasting of how she "didn’t realize how easy it was" to make money that way.

You can watch the video here.

Bellucci revealed to the Sun that, in the six days since she had set up her account on OnlyFans, a platform where content creators can earn money from those who subscribe to them, she had already made close to $1,000.

"It's all because desperate men are willing to pay me $14.99 a month for a few saucy snaps," she said. "I’ve had my Only Fans account for just six days and already I’ve got $1,000 in the bank from sleazy men who are stupid enough to pay for it."

"And the best part is, it’s money for old rope," she continued. "Most of the photos I put on there are glamour shots I already have. A lot of the pictures I’m selling are on my Instagram anyway. I’m making money off something they could get for free. But if these men are stupid enough to pay for them then go ahead — I’m worth paying for. I didn’t realize how easy it was going to be but I thought I’d give it a go, and I’m so glad I did."

Bellucci said someone tipped her $20 the other night for "nothing" and that it was the "easiest money I've ever made," even "easier than getting a nose job on the NHS." She shared that she was using all the money she's making from the venture in "spoiling" herself with clothes, designer bags and having her teeth redone. 

However, she also said not everyone was thrilled with her new career, especially her eldest son, 17-year-old Jermain. She said he had "walked away from me for good" and moved in with his girlfriend's family.

"He is refusing to speak to me unless I delete my Only Fans account," Bellucci told the Sun. "I tried to explain to him that I was not going to be doing porn, but we haven’t spoken for the past week."

While Jermain was not pleased with Bellucci, she said her 15-year-old daughter Tanisha had been very supportive and was even helping her promote her work.

"She loves it, and even asked me if she could get her own account," the mom said. "I’ve said that she has to wait until she’s 18, but in the meantime, she is busy helping me promote my Only Fans."