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Flight attendant quits job for OnlyFans after making annual salary in one month

A woman revealed she has thrown in the towel and traded her regular work day for selling racy images and videos to horny subscribers.

Model Alexia Grace, from the East Midlands, worked as an air hostess and barista, taking home on average £600 a week.

Now she ditched Jet2 and Costa for OnlyFans - and she says she ‘won't miss the rude customers’.

The Aston Villa fan didn’t see success on the subscription-based platform immediately, but now with a loyal army of fans behind her, she takes home £25,000 a month.

According to payscale, the average salary for an air hostess in the UK is £20,456 - meaning Alexia is taking more £5,000 more a month than her old yearly wage.

The 24-year-old said: "I really, really enjoy it. The social media side of things is my favourite part of it - I love TikTok and Instagram and I can make that my job.

“I love the freedom too. I spent six months in Dubai last year and two months travelling across Mexico this year, so I like the freedom of working where I want.

"I bought myself a new car two weeks ago as well - it's a Mercedes-Benz A250 AMG Line.

“I was worried about what other people would think but you soon get over that. A lot of people think it's easy money but it's not, you really have to put the time in.

"It's being able to afford to have a full fridge now and being able to fill my family's fridges.

“That's the most pleasing thing about it because some people can't even afford to eat right now.

“I know for a fact that if I wasn't doing OnlyFans, I wouldn't be able to be renting a house, I'd be living with my parents."

She says she doesn’t miss working 12-hour shifts as cabin crew, stating you don’t get paid enough for how hard the work is.

She added: “You don't get paid nearly as much as you should for the work you do. Customers could be extremely rude and the pay was only around £1,300 a month.

"Passengers would moan about food or drinks being out of stock - we're in the sky, we can't exactly pop to Tesco.

“I then worked at a Costa Coffee in a service station for a year and a half, but I was making less than £300 a week as a barista.

“I left Costa Coffee because I wanted to put more time into OnlyFans. I felt like I had to leave so I could make it on OnlyFans.

"I just wanted a job where I had that freedom of being my own boss and actually make some good money from it.”

Although she now sees incredible profit from her page, that wasn’t always the case.

Alexia explained: “I made £1,500 in my first month which was good, but I think it was a lot of nosy people at the start, and by December, it had dropped down to £500.

"It was disheartening making only £500 because obviously other people are making a killing, but I carried on with it and I'm so glad I did. In July 2021, I made £2,000, and then in August, I made £10,000.

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