Nurse 'forced to quit' over OnlyFans account now makes $75k per month

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An intensive care nurse who risked her life to save others during the pandemic is now making more than her yearly salary every two months after quitting her job and joining OnlyFans.

Allie Rae, a mother-of-three, was working 14-hour days as a nurse on an intensive care neonatal ward in a US hospital.

Allie Rae in a blue bikini
Allie Rae, a mother-of-three claims she was 'forced to quit' her job after her OnlyFans account was discovered. Photo: Australscope

The long days were draining on the mum, who found solace on Instagram, where she began sharing photos with her followers, quickly racking up 69,300 fans.

In September 2020, she claims six of her fellow nurses at work stumbled across her racy content and reported her to management.

She claims she was called in to meet with management but was let off with a warning, due to not using her real name or revealing her place of employment online.


She was working as an intensive care nurse duing the COVID-19 pandemic. Photo: Australscope

But just three months later, things got much worse.

The nurses allegedly subscribed to her OnlyFans account and reported that Allie was sharing far more than just the occasional naughty photo.

“They got the director involved and it was, ‘You need to get rid of this account or we can’t have you working here,’" she said.

Making a fortune through her side gig and fed up with how she was being treated, she chose to leave her job.

Alie Rae in jeans and a top
The Instagram star now earns around $75,000 a month and can easily make her former yearly nurse's salary of $93,000 in just eight weeks. Photo: Australscope

The Instagram star now earns around $75,000 a month and can easily make her former yearly nurse's salary of $93,000 in just eight weeks.

Having spent months watching the awful effects of Covid-19 on her patients, Allie also wanted to spend more time at home with her three children, aged 18, 17 and 12.

She’s even considering moving to Florida with her family, who the mum says are fully supportive of her new line of work.

Her two eldest children are aware and fine with her unusual job but she is yet to tell the 12-year-old.

Despite the prospect of a new house and enjoying a high income, Allie still misses nursing – but believes she is appreciated more as a model.

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