Bella Thorne is still very much active on her OnlyFans account and pointed fans in that direction with her latest promotional shots.
The Babysitter actress, who joined the website this summer, shared a teasing photo of herself wearing a lace bra and pleated leather miniskirt while kneeling on the floor without her face visible.
‘If you wanna chat and see some exclusive photos…’ she told her Instagram followers with a link to her OnlyFans and a twerking piglet.
Just a few weeks ago, Bella offered her followers a pretty generous discount to subscribe to her channel. The actress slashed the price by 50% going from $20 (£14.87) a month to $9.99 (£7.43) in celebration of Halloween.
‘Halloween party (COVID safe) on OnlyFans with some special guests. Join us live! 50% off subscription for the next 48 hours. Let’s have some fun!’ she announced.
Bella recently used her large fanbase on the website – currently at 241,000 – to her advantage by using it to release her new single Lonely.
In keeping with the raunchy nature of OnlyFans, the track features x-rated lyrics such as: ‘I only check my phone when I’m lonely and horny,’ and, ‘I can’t go without you, I’m all alone, when I’m horny.’
She also sings: ‘I don’t wanna use my vibrator, every other time, If you’re not f****n’ me then, that should be a crime.’
The song was promoted on the official OnlyFans Twitter page with a message which said: ‘Time to “check your phone” as @bellathorne’s brand new single “lonely” is now on OnlyFans.
‘You won’t be “all alone” as you can watch the full music video, listen to the track and get to know her like never before.’
The former Disney star became an overnight success on OnlyFans when she launched her account in August and earned $1 million (£750,000) in just one day and $2 million (£1.5 million) after her first week.
Bella, 23, then revealed that she joined OnlyFans as research for a new film she was working on and would be putting the earnings she made from the site into her production company.
However, she was heavily criticised by sex workers who felt she was ‘stealing’ their business on the website.
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