Love at First Sight star Bronte Schofield was the first player to join OnlyFans last season. After just three days, the move was worth it. literally. The 29-year-old beauty educator from Perth, who has a feud with this year’s MAFS “bad guy” Harrison Boone, used TikTok to share her earnings after joining the explicit subscription platform last week.
Bronte shared a video of herself passed out on the couch and wrote, “POV [point of view] you can make $100,000 in 3 days for a small fee to open an OF account.” Bronte told her content charged $26 – USD per month. Her profile page reads, “You asked for this, so here we are. I have no intention of disappointing you.”
She’s certainly not the first MAFS star to cash in on his reality TV fame. Makeup artist Domenica Calarco, one of last year’s brides, on this season’s “I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here” She revealed that she “made enough money to pay a house deposit” on the site in the weeks after the show ended.
Olivia Frazer, who also stars in season 2022, was a teacher before appearing on the show. Following her “bad guy” performance on the show, Olivia announced she was fired and has since turned to OnlyFans for a source of income. She revealed on April’s Back to Reality podcast that she made “about half a million” between May and September, after proudly claiming she made more money in just five months with OnlyFans than she had in five years as a teacher Deserved more. November. “I was ambitious and very good at it. Now it’s impossible and I’m stuck. I love OnlyFans, but I know it won’t be forever.”
“Right now I just want to put in as much love and energy as I can, invest my money wisely and find out. I might fund a business that allows me to be creative, but I’ll take my time and get smart Past contestants who have also appeared on OnlyFans include 2019’s Bride of Jessika Power, who died in December, claiming her highest monthly income generating content on the platform was around $110,000 and her “worst month.” Still bringing in $30,000 in revenue.