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“I was rejected by my father until he found out I was rich.”

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Finally free from a series of abusive relationships, she realized she no longer had anyone to be accountable to. So she created an OnlyFans.

“I just thought… ‘Why not?’ she said Mommy.

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It turns out to be a lucrative career and in less than two years she is earning an average of $25,000 per month. Best known for filming racy content in her Ford Falcon, Maddi is popular among classic car appreciating communities.

“My biggest month was about $60,000. It happened out of the blue and I’ve made over $25,000 every month since. I definitely had to take a step back and say to myself, ‘I can’t screw this money up.’ may not last forever,” she said.

The level of financial success has put Maddi in a new financial position and changed her life for the better. But it was also confronting dealing with loved ones who used her for financial gain.

“Some people around me look at me differently and think I’m a walking wallet or something. It has changed in that now I can’t just ask for a favor or help from a family member.

“They expect me to pay for their company and their time – even if I have to look after my dog ​​when I’m in trouble.”

Maddi Miller was 18 when she started her career on OnlyFans. Image: supplied.

Heartbreakingly, the same goes for her dad, who Maddi says she adored growing up. The 19-year-old’s parents came from poverty in rural Western Australia and are no longer together.

“My mother did a great job raising me,” she said MomIAadding that she spent most of her school holidays with her father.

“My father and I also had a good relationship, but when I was twelve years old, I found out that he was struggling with an extreme addiction and had overdosed a few times. But my mother hid it very well. She has a good built a life for me with what she had.”

The complex nature of drug addiction and substance abuse can put a serious strain on relationships, but that wasn’t the case for Maddi and her father. Their relationship remained close until he heard about her lucrative career as a sex worker on OnlyFans.

“My stepsister heard about my OnlyFans first. She wanted $500 to keep my dad quiet,” she explained.

Maddi Miller was blackmailed by her stepsister to keep her OnlyFans career a secret from her father. Image: supplied.

Maddi paid the hush money, but the promise did not last and two months later she received a “furious” phone call from her father.

“He called me that. He called me in. He told me I was no longer his daughter,” Maddi said. “I didn’t speak to him for three months after that. We had no contact at all.”

But her father changed his tune when he realized how successful she was and asked to borrow money. He told Maddi that he had been “experiencing financial difficulties”.

‘Of course I gave it to him. Whatever he asked, I did,” she recalls.

It started with a few hundred dollars, then $1,000. Before long he was asking her for a few thousand every few weeks. He promised to pay her back, but she only remembers getting $100 back.

Ultimately, Maddi was forced to cut her father off due to a painful visit.

“It finally clicked about six months ago that he was using me because he came to town to stay with me. The first night he promised he was going to be a better father,” she said.

“The next morning I found him with an overdose in one of my guest rooms… After that I had to keep my distance.”

Maddi still helps her father occasionally, but the bond they once shared is gone.

“You only get one father in this life, but I believe actions speak louder than words. My mother has been nothing but supportive and I will still spoil some other members of my family,” she shared. Mommy.

“(But) there is now a line that I will not cross when it comes to money. I am more careful in choosing people with whom I am close – blood or not, because it is easy to be pressured to spend money on people. I now keep my circle sincere and small.”

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