Linda Lusardi is worried that people who sign to join OnlyFans could live to regret posting glamour shots on the site in the years to come.
Linda Lusardi has expressed concerns about those who shared photos of glamour on the adult websites OnlyFans in the event that it comes back to be a source of pain for them.
The 63-year old has stated that she’s got “no regrets” over her photos that are not top-of-the-line, but she has also said that she’d be able to draw a line when joining the subscription service as it “feels weird”.
Linda believes that, while certain people are making money and earning a lot of money on the site, the images uploaded could lead to an uneasy future after models decide to shut down account on this site.
In spite of the name of the website, Linda points out the images on the site aren’t “only” for fans as they can be used for screenshots and shared on a regular basis.
According to In an interview with The Sun, Linda said: “It’s not something I would ever think about. I’m aware that lots of people make an enormous amount sums of cash, however it seems odd to me.
“Because it isn’t ‘only’ for the fans, is it? People can screenshot or film you and then it’s out there to haunt you for the rest of your life.”
Linda told me that “life moves in a different direction” or if models on the site “have children” might regret their time on the site.
She added that it could impact the relationships of others as well “when you meet someone” because they might had “tuned into you” and she felt that it was “a bit underhand”.
In the past, Sarah Jayne Dunn rose to the top of the charts after the soap star of 40 years was dismissed from Hollyoaks because she refused to close the OnlyFans page.
The actress was able to earn a salary of PS121,000 in only 48 hours following her decision that the site was her next step and left Channel 4’s soap. Channel 4 soap in the wake of failing to reach an agreement with the bosses who demanded she remove the site.
A former Atomic Kitten musician Kerry Katona, 41, also has praised the site following her becoming millionaire after posting her images of herself in top-quality on the site.
the new female chief executive at OnlyFans has stated that the site can be described as “the safest social media platform in the world”.
Linda acknowledged that she had made her name with topless modeling but she believes that models of today face greater risks.
She stated: “Maybe it’s a bit too naive of me, but earning an income is great however what if somebody became obsessed with you or discovered your address?
“If they’re talking to them personally on there, I feel that would be a risk.”