Dominic Cummings accused of 'revenge' by Kuenssberg

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Dominic Cummings, 49, told subscribers of his online blog he was “looking into” setting up an OnlyFans account, the Mirror has found. The mastermind behind the Vote Leave campaign indicated an interest in making an account after a subscriber suggested the site for producing a video version of Mr Cummings’ “ask me anything” sessions.

Boris Johnson’s ex-adviser in Number 10 asked his subscribers for an alternative website to produce video content.

One subscriber replied: “Take notes from the gaming community.”

They went on to highlight OnlyFans and Twitch.

But another user said: “Open an OnlyFans just for the headlines.”

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Cummings responded: “Will look into it!”

Dominic Cummings abruptly left Number 10 in November 2020.

Since his departure, the ex-Vote Leave campaigner has been launching so-called ‘Dom Bombs’ against his former employer, including leaking WhatsApp messages from the Prime Minister.

OnlyFans, which was set up in 2016, enables content creators to receive pay-per-view funding when they produce content.

OnlyFans is known to be used by creators who produce homemade pornography.

However, the website does not exclusively produce adult content.

Other political figures have opted to use the website Cameo to connect with their followers.

Long-standing opponents of Mr Cummings, including fellow Brexiteer Nigel Farage and the Remoaner ex-Speaker John Bercow, use the platform and charge some hefty fees to produce personalised videos.

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Mr Bercow is said to charge his supporters £82.50.

The former leader of UKIP reportedly charges his Brexit-backing followers £52.50.

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