An OnlyFans model has revealed that joining the racy website saved her life

An OnlyFans model has revealed that joining the racy website saved her life

An OnlyFans model has revealed that joining the racy subscription website as a creator saved her life. “I have no regrets, the site and the fans have saved my life.”

An OnlyFans model has revealed that joining the racy website saved her life

Rachael, from Wrexham, Wales, says she is now healthier than ever, as her OnlyFans account has funded a diagnosis and treatment that has saved her life.

The model earns thousands of dollars from her online persona, Ivy Tenebrae. She dresses in tiny outfits inspired by cartoons and fictional characters.

An OnlyFans model has revealed that joining the racy website saved her life

“I handcraft a lot of my costumes from video games and characters that have a large following. The website has a reputation for being extremely outrageous. However, it’s more than that: it’s a community and a place to meet like-minded people.”

Since starting her page in 2019, Rachel has amassed 300 followers on her OnlyFans page and is in the top 3% of creators on the site.

In addition to paying her medical bills, she has even managed to buy a house. Rachael said doctors were baffled by her condition, which caused her to waste away to fourth place.

For nearly 10 years she struggled to get a diagnosis, until her OnlyFans earnings allowed her to go see a private doctor. Thus, the model was finally diagnosed with pemphigus, a rare autoimmune disease.

She now has it controlled with steroids and immunosuppressive drugs. The disease caused painful blisters to appear in Rachael’s digestive system, including her mouth, nose, throat and intestine. This made it difficult for her to eat and swallow.

Rachael said, “Honestly, I woke up every day thinking I was going to die. The disease prevented me from eating, swallowing and several times I would wake up unable to breathe. I owe my life to OnlyFans, it literally saved me.”

An OnlyFans model has revealed that joining the racy website saved her life

Rachel says she has no regrets about joining OnlyFans and says, “People might say I regret sharing provocative photos in the future, but I say I’m grateful to be alive now.”

“I don’t regret anything, the website and the fans have saved my life.”

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