Pansexual Disney star Bella Thorne breaks OnlyFans records by making $1 million in just 24 hours
Bella Thorne has become the first person ever to make $1 million on OnlyFans in just 24 hours.
Thorne, 22, broke an OnlyFans record by raking in the incredible figure, which jumped to $2 million within a week.
The former Disney Channel star — who is pansexual — announced on August 19 that she had joined the site, a pay-for social media platform where influencers are free to post whatever content they like, from softcore to X-rated.
She recently told PAPER that she is responding to every message she receives from fans on the site, who pay $20 for the privilege of viewing her exclusive photos and videos.
“OnlyFans is the first platform where I can fully control my image; without censorship, without judgement, and without being bullied online for being me,” she said.
Thorne, who is already an award-winning porn director, revealed on Twitter that she will not being “doing nudity” on OnlyFans.
As well as making an inordinate amount of money and sharing exclusive content with fans, Thorne’s OnlyFans account will serve as research for an upcoming documentary.
She confirmed on Instagram that she will be working with friend and director Sean Baker to create a documentary “about the politics behind female body shaming and sex”.
“It’s a feature we are researching as I’m living it currently. What are the ins and outs?” she told the LA Times.
“What does a platform like this do to its users? What’s the connective material between your life and your life inside the world of OnlyFans?”
Thorne rose to fame playing CeCe Jones on the Disney Channel series Shake It Up, which ran from 2010 to 2013.
She came out as pansexual during an appearance on Good Morning America in 2019.
The actor had previously described herself as bisexual, but said that she discovered she’s “actually a pansexual” after someone explained to her “really thoroughly what that is”.
“I didn’t know that,” Thorne said. “You like beings. You like what you like. Doesn’t have to be a girl or a guy, or a he or she, or they or this or that. It’s literally you like personality. You just like a being.”