Movie star kills the streaming platform scene.

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When Bella Thorne joined OnlyFans and crashed the site in August, it was the least surprising thing to happen on the platform. OnlyFans had been aimed toward a moment like Thorne’s for a while; similarly, the adult industry had been heading for a moment like the rise of OnlyFans for years.

In the first week after she joined OnlyFans, Thorne told the Los Angeles Times, she made $2 million by charging a subscription rate of $20 per month. It was a massive payday that had a number of consequences. First, everybody was suddenly talking about OnlyFans and everybody was talking suddenly about Bella Thorne.

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