Elite men divers from Team GB in Great Britain are using OnlyFans to raise money for their Olympic aspirations by selling risque photos of them.
Famous people, including Robbie Lee, Matthew Dixon, Jack Laugher, Daniel Goodfellow, and Matty Lee, sell pictures on the adult membership service for £8 to £16 a month.
Jack is shown in photos on his account relaxing on a blue couch with pillows with Union Jack designs. Wrapped in a towel, he posed for another shot in front of a mirror.
Robbie Lee, who won silver in the 10m platform event in the June European Games, captions one of his photos: “Here for a good time and a long time.”
Silver medalist Noah, a European with naturally curly hair, shared a photo of himself and Mat Dixon laughing it up in the changing room.
Additionally, there was a photo of the two of them taking a shower together while wearing nothing but their “British Swimming” trunks.
Noah posted a photo of himself with three members of the GB squad and questioned, “Your fave lads… You get to decide.”
They also get “targeted financial help from UK Sport” as part of a training program for the 2024 Paris Games.
The news broke last month that England rugby hero Joe Marler, who was instrumental in his team’s third-place finish in the Rugby World Cup, had created an OnlyFans website just for his feet.
Several options exist for creators on OnlyFans to monetize their work:
Users often pay a monthly or yearly price to access content via subscriptions. While OnlyFans receives 20% of membership money, the author retains 80%. Creators can set up several membership levels and sometimes offer free accounts.
Creators may hide some content, often photographs or videos, behind a paywall on their feeds. Users can then pay to access this additional material.
Six hundred sixty-five thousand people have subscribed to an OnlyFans model named Bryce Adams. She earned more than $5 million in a year.