A Florida woman says she’s become an online success because her fast-food co-workers made her uncomfortable at work and forced her to quit because of the awkwardness.
According to the Toronto Sun, Kylie Rocket worked at Chick-fil-A in Jacksonville and wanted to earn more money. She learned about an adult film that was shooting and decided to try-out for it. She got the part and earned $1,000 for the day.
When she got returned to work, her co-workers were already talking about her and privately shaming Rocket.
“It was a nightmare for me, people would come up to me in the store and shout out my character’s name,” she said to the Sun.
That’s when she decided to go all in and quit Chick-fil-A.
Rocket soon moved out of Jacksonville, headed to Miami, opened an OnlyFans account, and now does adult films, social media, and lives in Los Angeles.
She said she went from $13 an hour to $19,000 a week.
“Everyone my age has thought of doing OnlyFans, I was just brave enough,” Rocket said.
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