Doncaster woman quits car sales job to make sexy selfies – after raking in £27k in three months.

Hannah Bennett has quit her car sales job to concentrate on making money out of sexy selfies – after making £27k - in just three months.

Thursday, 29th April 2021, 5:37 pm

Doncaster lass Hannah, aged 23, started her new line of work after friends convinced her she would do well.

But she says she was staggered when she gained 400 subscribers - and £5,000 - in the first two weeks.

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A car salesperson quit her job to do OnlyFans - after making £27k in just THREE months. See SWNS story SWSYonlyfans. Hannah Bennett, 23, started an account after friends said she'd do well but was surprised when she amassed 400 subscribers - and £5,000 - in the first two weeks. She quit her sales job in January to work full-time selling sexy photos and videos and has spends £300 a month on lingerie. The online model paid off thousands of pounds of debt and is now house hunting after watching her savings account grow by the day. And she has no shame over recording sexy shoots at the home she shares with mum Michelle Bennett, 45. Her new vocation makes her feel "stronger and more confident" - even if she is now "the talk of the town".

She quit her day job in sales in January to work full-time selling photos and videos through an online subscription service called Only Fans and now spends £300-a-month on lingerie.

The online model paid off thousands of pounds worth of debt and is now house hunting after watching her savings account grow by the day.

And she has no shame over recording sexy shoots at the home she shares with mum Michelle Bennett, 45.

Her new job makes her feel "stronger and more confident" - even if she is now "the talk of the town".

A car salesperson quit her job to do OnlyFans - after making £27k in just THREE months. See SWNS story SWSYonlyfans. Hannah Bennett, 23, started an account after friends said she'd do well but was surprised when she amassed 400 subscribers - and £5,000 - in the first two weeks. She quit her sales job in January to work full-time selling sexy photos and videos and has spends £300 a month on lingerie. The online model paid off thousands of pounds of debt and is now house hunting after watching her savings account grow by the day. And she has no shame over recording sexy shoots at the home she shares with mum Michelle Bennett, 45. Her new vocation makes her feel "stronger and more confident" - even if she is now "the talk of the town".

Hannah, from Sprotbrough, said: "When I first started, I couldn’t believe how quickly my page grew.

"It felt amazing knowing that my face and body were what was making me all that money.

She said: “I don’t mind that I don’t know the person on the other side of the screen.

“It’s definitely a full-time job and there’s more work involved than people realise - but it’s worth it!

A car salesperson quit her job to do OnlyFans - after making £27k in just THREE months. See SWNS story SWSYonlyfans. Hannah Bennett, 23, started an account after friends said she'd do well but was surprised when she amassed 400 subscribers - and £5,000 - in the first two weeks. She quit her sales job in January to work full-time selling sexy photos and videos and has spends £300 a month on lingerie. The online model paid off thousands of pounds of debt and is now house hunting after watching her savings account grow by the day. And she has no shame over recording sexy shoots at the home she shares with mum Michelle Bennett, 45. Her new vocation makes her feel "stronger and more confident" - even if she is now "the talk of the town".

“After just three months of OnlyFans, I’d already covered the £17,000 worth of debt I was in.

"I thought I’d be paying that off for years, and I’m looking to buy my own home now which has always been a dream of mine.

“I don’t care what people think of me, because I love what I do - and it’s made me so much stronger and more confident as a person as well.

“It’s been without a doubt the best decision I ever made and I wouldn’t change a thing!”

A car salesperson quit her job to do OnlyFans - after making £27k in just THREE months. See SWNS story SWSYonlyfans. Hannah Bennett, 23, started an account after friends said she'd do well but was surprised when she amassed 400 subscribers - and £5,000 - in the first two weeks. She quit her sales job in January to work full-time selling sexy photos and videos and has spends £300 a month on lingerie. The online model paid off thousands of pounds of debt and is now house hunting after watching her savings account grow by the day. And she has no shame over recording sexy shoots at the home she shares with mum Michelle Bennett, 45. Her new vocation makes her feel "stronger and more confident" - even if she is now "the talk of the town".

Hannah launched her account while still working as a salesperson for Stoneacre Motor Group on January 2 this year.

But after racking up 400 subscribers - and more than £5,000 - in just a fortnight, she opted to make OnlyFans her full-time job.

Recalling the first sexy snap she posted, Hannah said: "I remember feeling really confident.

"It was amazing when the subscribers started flooding in."

Hannah spends two days per week taking sexy photographs and videos in lingerie to be posted three times-a-day, every day of the week.

She makes lucrative personalised pay-per view content at individual subscribers' requests.

But she's not put off by this.

She said: "You don't always know who is on the other side of the screen - but that's part of OnlyFans and you have to be mentally prepared for that.

"A lot of this job is about not knowing, but not caring."

Hannah said there is "more to the job than people realise" - and said she has to be active on ALL her social media to keep people interested.

She now owns more than 50 lingerie sets and says she spends up to £300 every month on new lacy attire, bunny ears - and whips - to keep her subscribers happy.

She also maintains perfect nails, hair, eyelashes and makeup.

Hannah added: "You definitely get out what you put in - you don't make money if you don't try."

She explained her career choice didn't come without backlash - and she was the 'talk of the town' in Doncaster when she first launched her account.

Hannah said: "People ask me if I worry about my content getting leaked or what will happen if I want to have children in the future - but I'll just cross that bridge when I come to it.

"I also get asked how I'll find a partner, but I believe there's someone out there for everyone - and until the right open-minded person comes along, I'm happy on my own.

"My mum knows what I do and supports my decision, and that's the most important thing for me."

Hannah said the benefits of her work far outweigh the downsides - and she has 'no regrets' about her decision.

She said: "This has allowed me to become financially independent and I'm already planning for my future, such as travelling and buying a house.

"It's always been my dream to own my own property - but I never expected to be house-hunting at 23.

"It's not just about the money though - it's made me so much stronger and more confident as a person.

"I did wonder what people would think when I started but I just don't care any more - people will always talk but it doesn't mean you should listen.

"It's given me so much more self-confidence and I genuinely love my job

"I wouldn't change a thing I've done.

"It's definitely been the best decision I ever made."

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