What is Megan Barton-Hanson's net worth? 'Love Island' star a hit on OnlyFans

The 27-year-old has her OnlyFans subscribers, multiple endorsement deals and her C4's 'Celebs Go Dating' stint to thank for her fortune

                            What is Megan Barton-Hanson's net worth? 'Love Island' star a hit on OnlyFans
Meghan Barton Hanson is raking in lots of money through her OnlyFans (Instagram/ meganbartonhanson_)

After her explosive stint on season 4 of 'Love Island', Megan Barton-Hanson became a household name. She was considered a sex symbol after she came in and stole Laura Anderson's man. She famously had sex on national television but owns up to it and wears it proudly. Before her popular television appearance, Barton-Hanson made a living as a stripper. 

But she has found some success on the content sharing platform OnlyFans and it is being reported that the 27-year-old has £400,000 ($554,599) in the bank, thanks to her OnlyFans subscribers, multiple endorsement deals and her C4's 'Celebs Go Dating' stint amongst other money-earners.


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What is Megan Barton-Hanson's net worth?

For the unversed, on OnlyFans, subscribers pay Barton-Hanson for racy uploads for a monthly fee. As per the latest report in DailyMail, this is contributed to by deals with popular brands, and appearances on reality TV shows such as 'Celebs Go Dating', apart from OnlyFans. The 27-year-old old had filed the latest accounts for her firm MBH Productions Ltd, which were then obtained by the publication, showing the whopping figures.

Since leaving the show, Megan has landed brand deals with companies such as PrettyLittleThing, which she often promotes to her Instagram followers. She had later teamed up with lingerie brand Ann Summers and released her own range of underwear, Megan Loves. She is the firm’s Director of the Pleasure Positivity Project.

In her first year of business, she reportedly earned more than £250,000 ($346,624). According to her latest accounts up to 31 August 2020, MBH Productions Ltd had £398,125 ($551,999) in the bank, with over a quarter of a million pounds in reserve.

Barton-Hanson turned to OnlyFans in March last year, just when the UK went into lockdown. She now makes thousands sharing explicit videos and selfies on the website. It has been reported that Megan now earns over £800,000-a-month ($1,109,199) from the members-only website. Reports say that it is with this income that she has been able to purchase her first home in Essex last month. Apparently, she also has plans to buy more properties to rent out. So it makes sense when she was quick to speak against the platform's decision to ban, before it decided to do a U-turn.

Recently, Megan also launched a sex-positive podcast called 'You Come First', which is reportedly set to boost her bank balance.

When OnlyFans announced their decision to ban sexually explicit content on their website, Megan shared her disappointment over it publicly. She reportedly said, "I can’t say I’m not disappointed. I have always backed OnlyFans, I felt it was amazing to see a site that celebrated allowing people to do what they want with their bodies. OnlyFans has also been a really safe and effective way to earn a taxable income, and I am definitely worried content creators might resort to more dangerous ways to make money if this income is at risk."

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