A woman made £200,000 on OnlyFans in just six months – and now she's used her hard-earned cash to buy a luxury van to travel Europe in.

Beth Fiit, 26, started creating content for the adult site in August 2022.

It's completely changed her life – as she's gone from working in a bar job she hated to earning enough money to travel the world.

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Beth, from Bath, Somerset, bought a converted Ford Transit van for £20,000 with some of her OnlyFans money, which she plans to travel in now she has graduated.

She said: "I started doing this while I was studying for my masters in novel writing.

"I make more in a month now than I ever did in a year in a bar. It’s changed my life in six months.

"And I actually bought a converted van so I’m going to travel around Europe for the foreseeable future."

Beth decided to start an OnlyFans channel following an alleged assault while working in a sports bar.

She said she was grabbed and pinned to the ground by a customer, so decided online work would be safer.

After she set up her own channel, she started posting content on TikTok to promote her work, and things completely blew up for her.

A few of her videos went viral – hitting more than 10 million views – and ever since her followers have completely skyrocketed.

Even though the majority of her family and friends have been supportive, she has also received cruel comments from trolls online who call her "fat" or accuse her of having cellulite.

But Beth just laughs it off, as she's made £200,000 in just six months , and feels empowered by her job.

"I had an Instagram already where I was doing fitness stuff and knew a lot of girls had done OnlyFans pages," she continued.

"I used to work in a sports bar and I really hated it.

"One day I went into work and there was a really rowdy stag group throwing cans at me and stools around the bar.

"I ran out to get a member of security and one of the guys grabbed me and pinned me to the ground.

"People say OnlyFans isn’t safe to be putting yourself out there, but I never felt so unsafe as when I was working a normal job.

"You just need one viral video and then it all changes and blows up."

Within as little as a month one of her videos accumulated as many as half a million views and within two months, she managed to hit 10 million views.

She admitted she probably gets 99% of nasty comments on TikTok – and she often can't believe how cruel people can be.

Beth said it was "crazy" how something happened to her that was so unempowering and scary – but it ended be being the catalyst to a new chapter that changed her life forever.

She said: "I have had a few friends who say they don’t want anything to do with me now because they’re jealous, which is kind of a good thing because you weed out the unsupportive people.

"If I take a day off, I notice a hit to my earnings.

"It's a hard job to go and you do have to work hard, but it is still a job and has to be seen like that."

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