From a shamed copper to a Tesco cashier, women have been fired for joining OnlyFans.

It’s a risky business to decide to strip online for some extra cash.

Many people, however, have taken the risk to become one of the over one million OnlyFans creators looking to supplement their income.

Some models have found the naughty subscription site to be a gold mine, but there are some drawbacks.

The ramifications of your boss or coworkers learning about your extracurricular activities are one such setback.

Below, we look at some of the women who lost their jobs after their racy accounts were made public.

Nursing a grudge

Allie Rae, a mother of three, created an X-rated OnlyFans account in order to make life easier for her family.

The bombshell flaunts her curves on social media

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Allie worked 14-hour shifts as an ICU nurse when she wasn’t looking after her children or posing in front of the camera.

Her medical career, for which she had spent years training, was jeopardized, however, when her coworkers found out about her sexy side gig.

“They informed my manager about it, and I was called into the office about their social media policy,” the mother, from Boston, Massachusetts, told the Daily Beast.

“It got to the point where I felt like people were more focused on my performance outside of the hospital than on my performance inside the hospital,” she said.

She now earns life-changing money on the site

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“On OnlyFans, I was making more money than I was as a nurse, and I was only doing it because I loved it — but once I became known as ‘the girl who does OnlyFans,’ it ripped me apart.”

Despite losing a passion-driven career, she is now her own boss, earning £54,000 per month selling snaps last year.

Checked out

Yasmin Baker was stacking shelves in Tesco when she was forced to hand in her notice because of her coworkers’ sniggers.

She worked four evenings a week at the supermarket so she could sell hot snaps on OnlyFans during the day.

“I decided to keep my four evenings at Tesco just as a little stable income,” the brunette beauty, 28, told the Daily Star. “But then my coworkers found out.”

When her page was exposed, Yasmin worked at Tesco.

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“They began passing out photos, huddling in circles, and whispering about me while staring.”

“Given that these were adults, it was insane.” That’s when I made the decision to give up my job and devote my entire life to OnlyFans.”

And like Allie, Yasmin has had the last laugh.

She made up to £70,000 a month on OnlyFans during the pandemic, and the Norfolk lass recently moved to Panama from the UK.

Cop out

Melissa Williams, a police veteran, made headlines when she claimed she was fired as a result of her raunchy OnlyFans page.

The 46-year-old Colorado woman had been a cop for 28 years before deciding to join the adult site to spice up her relationship with her husband.

She wanted to be a cop ever since she was 14

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“I was in shock and panicking because I never wanted these two parts of my life to collide,” she recalled after an official complaint was filed against her.

“Then I was enraged and embarrassed because the notice went on to say that five of my coworkers – all in lower and higher ranks than me – had gained access to my paid account to view my private content in order to investigate my conduct.”

“I didn’t think it was appropriate or professional to do so.” Everyone seemed to want to see me in my underwear.

“It felt like my bosses were policing my bedroom.”

Since she was 14, she had aspired to be a police officer, and her lawyer and the local force negotiated a severance package worth £22,000.

Soap drama

One of the most high-profile dismissals was Hollyoaks actress Sarah Jayne Dunn, who received an ultimatum from her bosses last year after starting an OnlyFans campaign.

Sarah Jayne Dunn is now on OnlyFans full-time

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From 1996 to 2021, Sarah portrayed Mandy Richardson on Channel 4’s soap opera.

“Hollyoaks is a youth-facing drama with many young viewers, who follow our cast very closely, both in the soap and outside of it,” a spokeswoman for the show said after the actress decided to post raunchy photos for cash.

“Because we take our responsibility to our young audience very seriously, no Hollyoaks cast members are permitted to be active on certain 18+ websites,” says the show.

“We had hoped to reach an agreement with Sarah that would allow her to keep playing Mandy, but we respect her decision to continue producing content for OnlyFans.”

“Her legacy character has been an integral part of some of our most important storylines over the past four years since her return to the show, and we will be very sad to see her go.”

She earns so much, according to a source, that she can pick and choose which jobs she wants to do.

(Image: Sarah Jayne Dunn/Instagram)

“I’m disappointed it has come to this after so many years,” Sarah Jayne, who lives in Cheshire with her husband and son, said at the time.

“I’ve had a fantastic time on Hollyoaks and will miss the wonderful cast and crew tremendously.” However, I felt compelled to speak up.”

Nude awakening

Annabelle Knight had only been at her new marketing job for two weeks when she was told she had to leave.

The 25-year-old claimed she was tipped off by a coworker who discovered her OnlyFans page before leaking information to her boss.

Annabelle, a Brisbane resident, was on the site to save money for a house.

The OnlyFans model expressed her dissatisfaction with a coworker who she claims went behind her back.

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“I was asked if I had any other side businesses the morning of the firing, and I said no, assuming she [my manager] meant retail side businesses that were tax-deductible,” she said.

“I couldn’t imagine how she’d found my OnlyFans because it was completely unsearchable at the time, and I’d capped my fans at around 1,000, where they’d been for over a year.”

“I received an email requesting that I explain myself.

“I couldn’t believe it when they wrote all the reasons why they thought I deserved to lose my job.”

Annabelle said it turned out to be a blessing in disguise, and she’s now happier selling content online.

“I didn’t promote my OnlyFans anywhere, so I can only assume that someone at my work was subscribed to my OnlyFans and sent the evidence to my boss,” she added, still with a sour taste in her mouth.

“I was enraged when a company employee subscribed to my page and then re-shared my content.”

“All that was required was a simple conversation.” I was well aware of what I had posted and did not require it to be shared again.”

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