The once popular Shake It Up (2010) teen actress Annabella Avery 'Bella' Thorne turned OnlyFans star started her account in 2020. It gained a whopping $1 Million after 24 hours of launch. Since her first video montage slash announcement on Instagram that same year.
Pandemic came and believe it or not, Thorne's OnlyFans account has continued to grow giving her $2 Million earnings in total and counting.
According to Thorne herself, she started an OnlyFans account because her content in Instagram, her main social platform, had been too hot and too sexy.
Bella Thorne Personal Life
Tamara (Beckett) and Delancey Reinaldo 'Rey' Thorne raised Bella Thorne in Pembroke Pines, Florida. Her three siblings, Remy Thorne, Dani Thorne, and Kaili Thorne, are all actors. Her father was of Italian and Cuban origin. Bella shot her first photo shoot for 'Parents Magazine' when she was six weeks old. She has since graced the covers of numerous national and international magazines and catalogs.
Bella Thorne Actress Era
Stuck on You, Bella Thorne's most memorable film as a child artist, was released in 2003. She then began working on numerous TV shows such as Entourage and The O.C., among others. The second season of Grimy Sexy Money (2007) was her most memorable significant TV job show where she played Margaux Darling.
The next year, she appeared in the short-lived television series My Own Worst Enemy. She got the Young Craftsman Award in 2008 for her portrayal of Ruthy Spivey. She rose to prominence as CeCe Jones, an artist with strong ambitions for a career despite her dyslexia.
She followed up with the web series Little Monk in 2009. That same year, she played the Vengeful Antagonist in the blood and gore film Failed to Remember Me Not. She later appeared in a number of online series and films.
Her career did not end there. She has also appeared in the films Shake It Up (2010), The DUFF (2015), Blended (2014), and Midnight Sun (2018).
Bella Thorne OnlyFans Company Issue
Thorne decided to launch Content X, a social media management company, in order to expand her production portfolio and capitalize on the public's perception of her as an OnlyFans success story.
As a project that would support other creators, produce high-quality content with regular editorial photoshoots with renowned photographers, and give creators a chance to expand their platforms by working with Thorne, Content X was formally unveiled in January 2021.
Influencers may view working with the company as a lucrative opportunity to duplicate Thorne's success, but numerous models who previously worked for or were managed by Content X are now issuing a warning to prospective clients. It was simply a heated mess, as one model who worked with the organization bluntly described it.
Nearly a dozen celebrities and influencers, including Francesca Farago, who each have millions of followers, have steadily left the Content X studio, who claim the firm made excessive promises and failed to deliver on them. Former Content X clients experienced chaotic photoshoots, careless management of their OnlyFans sites, and a dramatic decline in their income, all while Content X continued to take a sizable percentage of their earnings.
Clients claim that employees and photographers employed by Content X tried to pressure models into shooting racy or nude images.
All of these former customers also alleged that Content X fell short of its primary goal in enticing them to sign up, which was to make sure they had plenty of content with Thorne to assist these smaller creators grow their fan bases. Instead, a number of former clients contend that Thorne did nothing to advance their careers and that when models did do photos with her, it was primarily for her own gain.