A MOTHER who was slammed for starting an OnlyFans along with her teenage daughter has hit back at her trolls.
Mum-of-four Evie Leana, 37, made headlines earlier this year when she started selling raunchy content alongside her 18-year-old daughter Tiahnee.
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The pair from Adelaide, Australia have made more than £100,000 on OnlyFans and are very open about one another’s sexual escapades.
But although admitting she’s suffered “a fair bit of judgement” in the six months since starting her X-rated side hustle, she furiously defended herself against claims she’s a bad mother.
The Australian – who was inspired by her daughter to start an OnlyFans account – told Adelaide’s Ali Clarke Breakfast Show: “I’m actually a really good mum, I’m here at the end of every day kissing them goodnight.”
She added: “I’m focused 100 per cent on me and the kids. I’ve never been someone who goes out and parties or leaves them.”
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And she clapped back at critics who have made assumptions about her as a parent due to her raunchy profession.
“I’ve had a fair bit of judgement, but if you can make money, creating content, creating something you and others enjoy. I think it’s fun and empowering,” she said.
“People can judge me but I’ve definitely taught my daughters – she’s not following in my footsteps, I’m following in hers.”
Evie confessed that after discovering her then-17-year-old daughter’s OnlyFans account, she was not best pleased.
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But now, the sex-positive parent says she’s glad that her personality has “rubbed off” on her daughter.
Tiahnee, who also appeared on the show, revealed what her boyfriend thinks of her profession, and a surprising fact about his role in her “sexy side-hustle”.
She said: “He’s all for it, he’s not the jealous type at all, he takes all the photos, he’s really supportive.
“He’s my hype man, tells me what the guy will like and now we’re using the money to save for a house.”
Previously, Evie told Adelaide Now that her daughter encouraged her to start an OnlyFans after ending a long-term relationship.
“Honestly it didn’t take that much convincing,” she said. “I was excited about the idea and I’ve had a lot of fun with it.
“It has been well and truly one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.
“Being a single mum to four children and raising them solely on my own has been challenging,” she added. “We’re very excited to see what the future holds.”
Speaking on Thursday, Evie also defended OnlyFans, dismissing claims it’s just “sex work” on the subscription site.
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“There can be anything worth having people pay to view,” she said.
“You can be a chef or a personal trainer. It’s not all sex work.”