The former Disney star-turned-actress and P..n Hub director was forced to post a lengthy apology following the massive ‘OnlyFans’ debacle.
BELLA THORNE; ONLYFANS FACADE
The ‘Infamous actress’ stirred up a storm of controversies last week when she joined the adult site ‘OnlyFans,’ causing the site to crash briefly. But that’s only part of the problem.
News broke in a week later announcing Bella Thorne has broken all records by earning 1 million within 24 hours of joining OnlyFans.
To add it up, the actress made about 2 million in less than a week. But, the high didn’t last for too long and her trip was cut short.
Sooner, fans noticed that the ‘nudity’ she meant to offer was only on papers. In fact, netizens took to their individual twitter accounts to call out Thorne for ‘scamming’ them.
The price they had to pay for accessing her so-called ‘explicit’ footage was guarded behind a paywall. And, for that, fans were asked to pay a whopping $200 (as per the pay-per-view model.)
However, once they swiped their credit cards to finally get a glimpse of Thorne’s nude footage, the video was everything but nude. Therefore, leaving fans and users exasperated and highly infuriated.
Shortly after, #Bella Thorne began trending on Twitter with people demanding their money back for being scammed. And if that wasn’t all, OnlyFans was forced to change their subscription model following the online backlash.
THORNE FOUND GUILTY, ISSUES APOLOGY
The 22-year-old took to the microblogging site Twitter last night, the same platform where her fans were ready to boycott her, to issue an apology.
The actress has said, “I am a mainstream face and when you have a voice, a platform, you try to use you in helping others and advocate for something bigger than yourself.”
“Again in this process I hurt you and for that I’m truly sorry,” Thorne added.
Read the entire tweet here: