Businessman earns £60,000 on secret OnlyFans account – but doesn’t show his face

A businessman has earned £60,000 on a secret OnlyFans account – without even showing his face.

The 30-year-old, who is known as "Ryan DarkGrey" to his fans on the site, has raked in the sum since last December.

His content ranges from foot fetishes to sex slaves, BirminghamLive reports.

He is now ranked in the top 2% of creators on the content subscription service, despite not showing his face.

But during the normal working day, he is an executive in a suit who works in an office in Birmingham.

The businessman, who did not want his real name or day job to be revealed, said: "I've been part of the fetish community since I was in my early 20s, as I have a foot fetish.

"I enjoy worshipping a woman and watching other men worship them too.

"An ex was a dominatrix. After we broke up I decided to start my account on OnlyFans.

"Now, whenever I start talking to someone I make sure they subscribe to my OnlyFans account first.

"I decided to do it because this stuff comes naturally.

"I'm good at knowing how to talk to people and what to say to make their fantasies come true."

He admitted he didn't know of many other men who used the platform for sex-work.

But he says he has used that to his advantage for his niche.

Although his family, friends and contacts in his day job have no idea about his secret life, he hasn't kept it a secret from partners.

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Others joined the site over lockdown as coronavirus restrictions meant they couldn’t do their normal jobs, but they have since gone on to make a fortune.

Burlesque performer Sammy Lawrence, who joined in March after she was left without a regular income, is now among the top 10% of creators.

Known as Mama Mamba, she said: "I'd been meaning to make an OnlyFans for a long time but never really had the time or dedication to get it started.

"But during lockdown, I had plenty of time, so I used that as an advantage to kickstart my page.

"And because I wasn’t doing any shows or performances due to Covid-19, it was a nice income to get me through it."

Smaller accounts are also using the site to make extra cash.

Alternative model Emily Zavala said she made modelling, cosplay and lingerie content for more than 20 regular subscribers.

The University of Birmingham graduate, 22, said: "I started doing modelling and Instagram’s policy made it difficult to post 'sexier' stuff, so I started considering other platforms.

"During lockdown, it's been a useful way of making some money as my workplace is closed."

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