Mum joins OnlyFans after husband suggests adult site to pay off £21k debt
5th April 2021

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A family who were £21,000 in debt were saved from financial struggles when the mum joined OnlyFans – and she has her husband’s full support.

Brooke Schueneman, from Minnesota, USA, struggled to make ends meet as she quit her waitressing and nanny jobs when she was heavily pregnant in December 2018.

And as income wasn’t rolling in, the 25-year-old and her husband Charles, 27, started paying off bills with their credit cards.

This mistake got them into a load of debt and they received letters from operators threatening to shut off their power.

Sadly, their problems worsened when the pandemic hit in 2020 and the couple knew they had to think of a way to make money before their situation got even more desperate.

Brooke had a YouTube channel where she posted ASMR content, which is videos that stimulate sensory pleasure through noise.

Through this venture, fans asked the influencer to make them custom and fetish clips.

So when the idea of joining OnlyFans sprung up, it wasn’t a completely alien suggestion to her.

Brooke explained: "I started my YouTube channel in 2016 where I used to upload videos based around lifestyle or vlogs which I did for over three years. However, I got a request one day from a subscriber to do a specific ASMR video.

"I made a video telling a story about finding a tiny person in my house which I made public and from then, requests started flowing in for similar content which is where I got into making 'fetish' content.

"I started posting videos of me eating, story-time videos – such as one about a mean landlord who rents out houses to tiny people and other funny topics – that I could create a pleasurable experience with.”

Brooke continued: "We were really struggling at this point where we even had letters coming through threatening to shut off our power as we weren't able to pay our bills – it was a disaster.

"I had been considering starting an OnlyFans for a few months when the pandemic hit and my husband was the one who brought it up in conversation as a quick way to make some extra cash."

The doting mum, who has a two-year-old daughter called Charlize, wasn’t worried about joining the adults-only platform.

She said: "I had no concerns going into OnlyFans – especially as a mother – as I know some people out there may have their own opinions on this, but what I do for work doesn't impact my ability to parent and I know that I'm a great mum.

"I decided to go for it and in September 2020, I created my OnlyFans account.”

The business venture proved to be very lucrative as Brooke started raking in cash from fetish content.

She said: “I started off by posting foot content which seemed to be a hit with my subscribers and after one month, I had made over one-thousand-five-hundred-dollars which was a blessing as it meant we were able to pay our rent.

"Although I now don't post as much I used to, OnlyFans has been a blessing these last few months as it has changed my family's life for the better and I'm so thankful that I took the opportunity when I did.

"My husband was so supportive of me the whole entire way as he knew that I was doing something that I loved.”

Joining OnlyFans has helped Brooke to grow her other platforms and she’s also using YouTube and Instagram as other streams of income.

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The online entrepreneur added: "After nearly two years of uploading and accepting custom content requests, I started making around four-thousand-dollars per month on YouTube and fifty-thousand-dollars overall across all platforms online.”

Brooke now helps other women to find their way in the industry via masterclasses and courses.

She says joining OnlyFans was one of the best decisions she has made in her life.

The influencer said: "I believe that I made the best decision starting my OnlyFans, as I have no idea where myself or my family would be right now financially if I cared about what anyone else thought.

"OnlyFans can be so worth it, even if it's just being able to pay all your bills without checking your account balance first."

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