Dhakota Williams: Daughter of notorious mobster Carl Williams follows mom Roberta's footsteps and joins OnlyFans
'Who's ready to see another side of me,' the 53-year-old mom had earlier teased before directing her followers to her newly created page
Following her mom, Australian drug lord Carl Williams' daughter Dhakota Williams announced that she is joining OnlyFans. On Wednesday, Dhakota took to Instagram to tell her 40,000 followers that she had joined the adult online platform. The 21-year-old announced it on social media by publishing a provocative image of herself seemingly nude in the shower.
A link to her recently launched OnlyFans account, where she is charging $35 per month, was included in the description. The caption read, "You asked, I listened..." Earlier this year, Dhakota had retaliated against cyberbullies after confessing she had been fat-shamed since she was nine years old.
"I've never once addressed fat shaming because I cbf (can´t be f***ed) even giving it the energy," she wrote on Instagram in June. "But these people online have been calling me fat since I was about nine-years-old and I'm fed up. It's such a shame that I´ve had to learn not to give a f**k instead of people having to learn to be nice. This is a child we're talking about, teaching herself not to (care) because of nasty people, not these grown adults teaching themselves to be decent humans," she continued.
In June, Dhakota also shared a topless photo of herself with her mother, Roberta.
Following the gangland widow's Instagram announcement that she had joined OnlyFans earlier in the week, Roberta hinted at her daughter's move. "Who's ready to see another side of me," the 53-year-old teased before directing her followers to her newly created page. Dhakota was one of the 1000 persons who liked the post.
On her new OnlyFans account, Roberta continued to tease her fans. "Dared to do it. See a Side of Me You´ve Never Seen Before!!!," she wrote. Roberta charges $30 per month to become a subscriber.
Last week, Roberta made an appearance in a County Court for planning the "terrifying and traumatic" blackmail of a filmmaker in 2019. On Friday, the court was informed that she had employed men to obtain funds from Ryan Naumenko because she had not received payment for her participation in a reality TV program about mafia wives. The men continually hit and kicked Naumenko while yelling to "kill the c**ts, he has no money," according to Roberta Williams. Williams admitted to blackmail and recklessly inflicting injury and was given a community corrections order.