Former EastEnders star and social media personality Melissa Suffield recently discussed why she won’t sign up for the subscription service OnlyFans.
The actress, who portrayed Lucy Beale in the BBC One soap opera, also writes about motherhood and promotes body positivity on Instagram, inspiring her followers to accept who they truly are.
Despite the fact that Melissa’s Instagram is quite successful, she has stated that she has no ambitions to grow her platform on OnlyFans, a website that only allows users to access content in exchange for a fee. The actress isn’t interested in this model.
Simply put, I’m not interested in charging people for my stuff, so it’s not for me. She told the Daily Star, “I don’t want people to pay to develop confidence.
I don’t want to charge folks who have expressly informed me that I need this right now because to your articles. In any case, I feel a little disgusted by that, to my content.
I may be dancing around in my underwear on Instagram, but I’m trying to break the taboo that people have that “women in underwear is for sex only, it’s just sexy, that’s what it is, it’s pornographic, it’s just sex,” she continued.
“I’m working very hard to be the exact opposite of that,” the speaker said.
Melissa gave birth to her son, River, after leaving EastEnders in 2010, and she frequently posts about his upbringing on her parenting blog, “The Confident Mama.”
Hollyoaks’ Sarah Jayne Dunn is one ex-soap star who has created an extremely popular OnlyFans profile.
Last year, the actress quit playing Mandy Richardson because she wouldn’t cancel the account.
With her platform expanding, the celebrity indulged herself in December by spending her income to buy a pair of £850 Jimmy Choo heels.