Love Island star Vanessa Sierra’s amateur porn career is a runaway success as OnlyFans declares she’s in the ‘top 0.01% of all their creators’
She’s followed up her Love Island fame with a career in amateur porn.
And it looks like Vanessa Sierra, 25, has made quite the impact on the adult industry with her account on the subscription-based website OnlyFans, as she boasted about her achievements on Instagram on Wednesday.
‘You are in the top 0.01% of all creators,’ read the short message, which she strategically placed to cover her modesty atop a racy topless picture.
Delighted: Vanessa Sierra, 25, boasted about her OnlyFans amateur porn achievements on her Instagram Stories on Wednesday
Vanessa and her YouTube star boyfriend Luke Erwin launched their OnlyFans account back in April.
For $9.50 a month, subscribers can access uncensored photos and videos of the couple and chat with them through private messages.
Content can range from something as innocent as a suggestive selfie all the way to hardcore pornography, and can earn creators thousands of dollars.
Speaking to Daily Mail Australia about their controversial career move at the time, Vanessa said they were simply ahead of the curve.
‘Top 0.01% of all creators’: Vanessa and her YouTuber boyfriend Luke Erwin launched their subscription-based OnlyFans account back in April
‘I’m not scared to make moves and always jump on social media platforms before the crowd,’ Vanessa said.
The brunette bombshell rose to fame on last year’s season of Love Island, despite failing to find a long-lasting connection on the show.
Vanessa has also been using her success on OnlyFans to do some good, as she promised fans free access to her page if they donate to charities supporting Indigenous rights in Australia.
According to data from Amnesty International, more than 420 Indigenous Australians have died in police custody since the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody in 1991.
Making money: For $9.50 a month, subscribers can access uncensored photos and videos of the couple and chat with them through private messages
‘For anyone wanting to help in AUSTRALIA these are the charities we would love for you to support,’ Vanessa continued, listing the National Justice Project, Northern Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency (NAAJA) and Sisters Inside.
Vanessa promised that anyone who donated a minimum of US$10 or AUD$15 would be given free access to her OnlyFans page ‘as a thank you’.
The incentive seems to have worked, with Vanessa later thanking her fans on Instagram on Wednesday.
‘I’ve woken up to HUNDREDS of emails with donation receipts many of them exceeding $50. I’ll probably need to hire someone to go through these. We are legit speechless,’ she wrote, adding, ‘Let’s make the world a better place.’
‘I’m not scared to make moves’: Speaking to Daily Mail Australia about their controversial career move, Vanessa said they were simply ahead of the curve