MAFS’ Jessika Power reveals ‘ridiculous’ amount earned on OnlyFans

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She’s one of the few reality TV stars to forge a successful career as an influencer post-show, and now Jessika Power has revealed the amount of money she’s earned on OnlyFans.

The former Married At First Sight bride, who also competed on Big Brother VIP last month, joined the adult content subscription service in August.

Jessika Power.
Jessika Power says she’s made more than $280,000 AUD on OnlyFans since joining in August. Photo: Instagram/jessika_power

Appearing on KIIS FM's Summer Breakfast with Mitch Churi last week, Jessika said that “it’s been crazy” seeing how much she’s made on the website in just four months.

“I’m telling you, the amount of money I’ve earned is just ridiculous,” she remarked. “It’s well past $200,000 US dollars.”

The figure is equivalent to around $280,000 AUD, but she still has to pay tax on it.

“The more money you get, the more boring it gets because then it’s like, you’ve got to get a financial advisor, you’ve got to get a really good tax agent,” she added.

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Jessika went on to say that she doesn't care what other people think about how she earns a living because she feels good doing it.

“Everyone's opinion can just p**s off!” she said.

“They’re pictures and videos that you’d send around to your boyfriend for free, why would I not get paid for it?”

Jessika Power posing in her lingerie.
Jessika told her haters to ‘p**s off!’. Photo: Instagram/jessika_power

Back in September, the 30-year-old told the Herald Sun that she had made $50,000 after being on OnlyFans for less than a week.

“I have earned enough money in the last five days to put down a deposit on a house and then some,” she told the publication. “I wish I had started it a year ago because I would be rich.”

Shortly after joining the website, where she charges subscribers $15 a month, Jessika took to Instagram to clap back at her followers who had sent her hate.

“Honestly we’re all living behind the times,” she began. “Comment what you will on this post, just know that IDGAF because I’m doing what any confident, beautiful female would do in this day and age.

“I know everyone is going to have an adverse opinion on this and I never thought I’d see myself on this app, but if I can create a better life for myself and my family through an app, why the HELL wouldn’t I?!

“Ladies and men please know from me to you, that you should never feel ashamed, embarrassed or guilty for sharing yourself on any app. It’s your body, it’s your mind and it’s your life - do with it what you want.”

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