Texan mom Courtney Ann racks in money through her OnlyFans account that was operated and managed by her and her husband, Nick. The two earns up to $350k a year posting racy pictures, thirst traps, and saucy videos taken from the comfort of their home.
The two have received a lot of negative comments that called them ‘disgusting’ for doing it at home.
They hit back at the haters, asking why they should “be ashamed” of themselves if they are only “normal parents” like everyone else. Even comments started rumors on how they had inappropriate parties at home and would walk around the house without clothes.
And despite being in a monogamous relationship, people were telling each other that they invite people to have a three-way. Speaking to Jam Press, Ann shares what her friends go through, “All of our friends get asked if we are swingers just because I model on Instagram and have an Only[F]ans account.”
“When my best friend stays over and posts on social media about being here, she will, without fail, receive DMs asking her if she is having s[e]x with myself and Nick.”
“Another friend was asked what it’s like at our house and if we have ‘s** parties and walk around n[a]ked’.”
Ann complained, “It’s like because we post s[e]xy pics, we can’t have normal friendships with people. That’s just not the case. When we’re not working, all we do is go swimming, make dinner, play games and watch movies in our media room.”
“We’re just a normal family.”
They share two daughters who still live together with them, aged 16 and 13. While she’s had great relationships with her family, some feel repulsive of their lifestyle.
Ann shares, “We have a great group of friends and family that we love and spend lots of time with, but we have definitely had some ugly comments from people that know us. From being told, ‘I wouldn’t let my wife do that to ‘that’s disgusting’ to ‘y’all are going to hell’ and even ‘your kids are going to get sex trafficked and sold.'”
“I have had family members show up at my house and scream at me that I do p**n and should be ashamed.”
She also lost a good friend from the false rumors. She shared about it, “She was super supportive at first and even watched my girls for us when I did my first photoshoot. But when this friend met a new boyfriend, things started to change.
“He believed false stuff that people were saying about us online, like that I meet up with strangers to have sex (I don’t) or that I’m “leaving my husband” for a fan.”
“My friend’s partner began slowly pulling her away, and it all blew up one night; we haven’t spoken since,” the mom shared.
“It is hard and frustrating knowing there is a lot of fake stuff out there about me – including edited photos, fake profiles, and even fake sites of others pretending to be me. People just believe what they want to.
“It does become a learning opportunity though for our daughters to see first-hand not to believe everything you see and hear just because it is on the internet.”
But those aren’t the only kind of people who’ve interacted with her. She’s also had people calling her beautiful but turning aggressive when Ann doesn’t reply to them. Some people say they’d be embarrassed to be her daughters. She’s even recalled one that says they are “gonna be wh*res like me.”
Ann replied, “My children are amazingly well-rounded, beautiful humans that will contribute to society and will never be internet trolls like these people. I have always been the fun, cheesy, over-the-top loving mum, and I still am.”
“So it’s weird to think some people believe I have changed just because I embraced another side of myself. People think that if women are being sexy or sexual at all, then they must not be good mothers,” she continued.
“Feeling sexy and taking pride in it is empowering and strengthening and takes nothing away from being a wonderful mom to my girls.”
Ann now makes more in a month than she used in a year. Her old house cleaning business earns $34k a year and spends more time with her family more than ever. With her two daughters homeschooled, they’d hang out together after school and their photoshoot sessions.
Ann revealed, “We have been on more vacations during this time than all of our years together combined. Nick and I have been able to not only give them experiences but also so much more of our actual time.