Mother helps 22-year-old daughter earn $160k a year by taking racy nudes and selling them online

22-year-old Beth Spiby hired her 53-year-old mother Jane to her help her take the daily photos and videos despite posing either nude or in lingerie for the content

                            Mother helps 22-year-old daughter earn $160k a year by taking racy nudes and selling them online

A young model who gave up her job at M&S is currently earning £120,000 ($159,000) a year by selling nude photos of herself online which were taken by her own mother. 22-year-old Beth Spiby used to work during the summers in Magaluf and used to work winters at the gift shop in Marks and Spencer until a colleague of hers told her about selling racy pictures online.

The former store worker recruited her 53-year-old mother Jane to her help her take the daily photos and videos, in spite of her posing either nude or in lingerie for the content.

Mirror Online reported that Beth now had more than 1,000 followers who pay £12 ($16) a month just to get nude photos and videos of her which can earn her more than £10,000 ($13,000) a month. She recently hired a professional photographer to take most of her pictures and an assistant to do her social media posting but still gets her mom to click pictures if she needs her to.



Beth, who is from Greater Manchester, told the publication that she spends most of what she earns on shopping and even once bought the exact same trainers but in 12 different colors. She said: "When I first started, she used to take them every day. Whenever I need an extra photo, she is happy to get the camera out and take a pic. Obviously, she doesn't do anything too explicit, because that would be crossing the line."

The model continued: "It's more the underwear shots with my mum. My friends and family they all love it. If they need something paying for, they only have to ask so nobody is negative about it. They know I am in control of my job and I like doing it, so nobody is negative."


The young star got her first taste of the fame fruit when she appeared in a three-part documentary about KFC called 'Billion Dollar Chicken Shop'. Beth first started posting the topless images of herself online after she gained some fans but still continued working at M&S at the Trafford Center. After she worked for about three years, one of her colleagues told her about Only Fans, which is a website where a person can sign up, create an account, and have fans subscribe to the content for a fixed fee.

She set up her page in December 2017 and earned £10,000 ($13,000) in the first three weeks by gaining almost 900 subscribers. This is when she decided to quit her job. Beth added: "Initially, it was my mum who took all the pictures — even the raunchy ones," she said. "It was in underwear and topless. It became more explicit the more comfortable I got. At first, I think I got about 70 subscribers. My subscribers went from about 70 to 1,000 in a week."


She now hires someone to do the photo shoots once a month where she poses in various outfits. Beth says she takes personal requests, which the subscribers tip for, and this includes personalized videos. She said: "Now I hire someone to manage the website for me too. She posts the pictures and replies to the message for me."

Beth continued: "I don't really have to do anything to do with the website. I pay someone to do it for me. It's quite ideal. They can message me, and tip me extra if they think I deserve it, and buy personal videos. I just draw out the money when I want it, every three or four days. It's totally naked. I use toys. I do solo strip teases here and there. Whatever the customers want. I do videos in the shower. People can request things. Some people like it if I moan their name for example."


Beth, who featured in the TV show 'Shipwrecked' in 2018, said: "I've spent a lot of it. I think I bought the same pair of trainers in 12 colors. They were Adidas. They were awful, to be honest. I'm not one of them where I spend a lot of money on one thing, but I spend a lot of money on a lot of things. I'm constantly shopping." She currently lives in a four-bedroom house for £1,500 ($1990) a month, which is "just ideal for a 22-year-old to live in and show off," because she can't get a mortgage yet due to her self-employed status.

The 22-year-old runs an advice website as well — — where she offers her support to people in need. She said: "I help people in need, offer them a shoulder to cry on or just someone to talk to on their dark days. I have saved two people from suicide."