A former KFC employee is now earning £120,000 a year by selling sexy snaps of herself online.
Beth Spiby used to spend her time cooking fried chicken and working at M&S in the Trafford Centre, Manchester.
But after a brief taste of “fame”, her life looks a lot different nowadays.
The 24-year-old appeared in a three-part documentary about KFC back in 2015, called Billion Dollar Chicken Shop.
She was also a contestant on E4 reality show Shipwrecked.
These TV jobs have helped Beth to build her online profile, which is probably one of the reasons her OnlyFans career has taken off.
Beth set up an OnlyFans page in December 2016 and grew her following to 1,000 in a week – allowing her to quit her job with M&S.
The former fast food worker, who is originally from Tameside, Greater Manchester, now lives in Australia with her girlfriend.
She makes between £10,000 and £15,000 a month from the site, which has over 13 million subscribers.
Beth says she find her work 'empowering' - and has made so much money on the site she has decided to travel the world
Asked about her decision to sign up the site, she told Manchester Evening News: ”I’m so glad I did.
"It’s given me so much time, freedom and financial abundance to live freely and travel the world.”
Beth, who also acts as an agony aunt and runs an advice page anonymousadvicebybeth.co, added: "It comes with critics and very judgmental eyes but I prepared myself for that before I started it, so personally for me there are no downsides to the job.
"If I didn’t do this job I wouldn’t live in Australia right now and I would never have met my girlfriend."
"Also, it’s given me so much life experience and independence that I am able to spend my free time so wisely.
"I have written a book, I have a blog and I have an anonymous advice website where people can chat to me if they need a listening ear or some casual advice.
"Without sex work, I would never have had the opportunity to dive into my passion and have the tools to do so."
Beth says her ultimate ambition is to become an author but for now she's enjoying how OnlyFans enables her to 'connect' with people.
She revealed: "I think I’ll keep the account for another two to three years as I slowly transition into my real dream of being an author.
"But I never really think about the future in sex work, I’m just confident in the fact that however long my life requires me to do this, my fans will be there supporting me until the end.
"I enjoy it so much. It helps me connect with people, be part of an amazing and empowering sex work community and experience strange things and kinks.
"It’s a job full of exploration and I love it. But I love the freedom the job gives me the most."