An OnlyFans content creator -who was only recently beginning to create adult content after turning the legal age to do so- was reportedly booted from her home after she mistakenly sent “daddy”-themed adult material to her actual daddy.
Aria Lily, who at the time of the incident was a mere two weeks into being a legal adult, was allegedly cast to the streets after sending sexual images to the wrong “daddy.”
“Guys my dad just kicked me out of the house,” she tweeted on March 10. I am literally homeless lol.”
Screenshots of the messages show that Lily sent her father explicit photos of herself dressed in such a way as to suggest her “client daddy” was into girls of a much younger age than Lily currently is.
“I just sent a picture to the wrong ‘Daddy’ and my dad completely lost it,” Lily continued. “If anyone has a spare bed for some days until I am settled & is near the Los Angeles area lmk [let me know]. If you’re further also lmk, I will drive.”
Lily’s father stated in a message to her that he lamented being gone for work all the time during her childhood, and was heartbroken that Lily not only was taking part in what internet culture has deemed “fatherless behavior” but that OnlyFans was the pinnacle of her career aspirations.
“I’m honestly so disappointed in myself,” he said to her in a text message. “I should have done a better job in raising you but ultimately because of my work I was often absent.”
“I truly hope that this message wasn’t for me even though I tremble at the thought itself,” he continued. “You literally turned 18 two weeks ago and you are already acting out in that manner. I can barely look at myself anymore, what has my daughter come down to. You keep telling us that this industry is what you always wanted to pursue and it’s like you twist a knife in my heart with every word.”
Despite being disappointed, the father seemingly put his foot down with an ultimatum.
“Please reconsider this and unless you do, don’t even consider coming back home, I’m sorry but this is just unacceptable. Whatever happens I will always love you.”
Unfortunately, many of the 73,100 people who viewed the tweet tried to defend Lily, even going so far as to enable the behavior and encourage her to cross state lines for refuge.
“Hi. I just saw your story,” wrote Michael Naumes, who lists himself as a Psychology professor, white water rafter and parent. “Sorry!! I could help out but I am across the Cali state line into Oregon. I have plenty of room to help out.”
Other netizens were not so sympathetic.
“So wait, you’re 2 weeks 18, just kicked out of the house because of your (blatant) degenerate internet behaviors within your parents home,” TheOmegaGun wrote, “And instead of changing your ways- you instead ask COMPLETE Strangers on the internet ‘Can I bunk with you?’ Ma’am, stay smart. Stay safe.”
Not unlike many viral TikTok videos, it is difficult to verify the story beyond reporting on what is accessible, and updates will come as new information trickles in.
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