Student called ‘wh*re’ for selling snaps quits job after make £15,000 in 2 weeks

A student branded a ‘wh*re' for selling nude pictures of herself online has quit her job after raking in £15,000 in just two weeks.

Lenny Holmes, 21, was targeted by online trolls after she signed up to photo-sharing website Onlyfans to earn some money on the side.

But within a fortnight she had 1,500 subscribers paying her £10-a-month each to share x-rated snaps.

She has now quit her 30-hour per week job as a retail assistant at Victoria's Secret and paid off her debts.

The second year journalism student also plans to move into a new one-bed flat in Leeds and is planning a holiday to America.

Brunette beauty Lenny has hit back at online bullies who called her a ‘sl*g’ for her new job and sent her death threats.

She said it feels great to 'monetise her assets' and claims her parents approve of her new career.

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Single Lenny said: "Strangers on the internet are the worst, and people can say nasty things.

"I have had really brutal messages including death threats from random trolls.

"People have called me a wh*re and a a sl*g and told me I'm not intelligent."

She added: "I've been told to get some GCSEs and do something with my life, but people don't realise I have those and I'm at university.

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"They are the same people who watch porn every weekend – they just don't like what I do because they have to pay."

She said she signed up after seeing how much some of her friends were making from the site.

Lenny claims she has already pulled in double what she earned in a year in her retail job, but still plans to become a journalist after graduating.

She said: "I don't have a partner and if I met someone I'd hope they weren't bothered by it, but that's on them.

"I don't see it going anywhere long term, it's not a career prospect for me but it's fun for now.

"It was so appealing hearing how much money my friends were making and I find it so empowering and enjoyable.

“It feels great to take my own assets and monetise them.”

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