A former marketing manager in Australia was allegedly blackmailed after she sent explicit media to what she thought was a “sugar daddy”- who ultimately turned out to be a scammer.
Annie Knight, a 25-year-old who claims to net $60k per month on OnlyFans, engaged in a video session with a man in exchange for $2,000.
“He asked me to take my clothes off and touch myself on camera. He initially stated that there would be no nudity and he didn’t want me to do anything I didn’t feel comfortable with,” she said. “However, when I refused, he told me he was recording and that if I didn’t do what he said, he’d send the video to all my friends and family.”
According to 7 News, she was unaware that the scammer was so sophisticated and felt he was legitimate when he first surfaced on SnapChat.
“This guy actually seemed legit. He wanted to do a Snapchat call, I thought you couldn’t screen record so it was fine,” she said. “Worst case scenario, he’s a scam and I just lost 15 minutes of my life, and whatever, I’ll get over it. I already post myself naked on the internet, so it doesn’t really matter to me.”
Knight ultimately reported the incident to Queensland Police, but nothing has come of the matter.
Still, she doesn’t mind the work.
“I was working as a marketing manager earning $88,000 a year. I now make $2,000 a day or $60,000 a month on OnlyFans,” she said.
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