'I am not posting nudes': 'Catwoman' Pole dancer Vialeta Kudrevich joins OnlyFans after FB stops monetization
Pole dancer Vialeta Kudrevich was forced to move onto OnlyFans after Facebook decided to shun her cashing in, on clips from her raunchy performances
Kudrevich says after she stopped getting paid for views on social media, she is now raking in cash on the exclusive content-sharing platform, Facebook.
Vialeta explained why she felt forced to join glamour models and porn stars on OnlyFans to the Daily Star. she said that she got off her bed as usual just to discover that all of a sudden Facebook had simply decided to cut off all revenue she makes from views on her incredible pole dancing videos.
The Belarusian life coach and fitness trainer from Boulder in Colorado, US, said, "They just turned off monetization from my pole dance videos. I contacted support and they say that they will investigate my case." Who doesn't like a tidy bit of bonus income? The answer is everyone and so did Vialeta Kudrevich. Pole dancing was Vialeta's full-time job. But with clips of her in action gaining thousands of views each, it simply became a way of earning a little extra cash. Although she wasn't in favor of creating an OnlyFans account earlier because of its reputation of being centered around sex, sadly Facebook's unexplained action towards her, to stop her monetization left her with no other choice. Vialeta told the Daily Star, "I was thinking about creating OnlyFans for a long time and yes, the reputation of the platform stopped me from that." "But one day I realized I have to try."
The super-fit trainer has her ethics and she seems to move forward with them as she pledges she will not do however is stripped off on camera, which is not proving to be an issue for her loyal and understanding fans. She further added, "I am not posting nudes or any sexual content there. I post mostly pole dance videos or stretching videos. I have spent ten days on OnlyFans so far and I've got 200 followers and made about $300 (£260). People still tip me for my pole videos even if it no nudes." Facebook is yet to say why it stopped Vialeta's content in the first place, but the good news is it has now turned monetization back on for her content. "I started teaching pole dance about a year ago," Vialeta revealed. "I saw a TikTok of girls in Catwoman suit and I decided to repeat it but my followers really liked it so I started to record more videos like that. So yes, the costume is really popular with my fans."
"I can say that on Facebook I have mostly admirers but in my other social media like Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube I have mostly pole students." When Vialeta is not recording videos on the social media platform's parent company Meta, while dressed like the DC Comics character Catwoman, she is often training students online and in person at her studio.