Wed. Jul 24th, 2024

A woman who ditched her teaching job to become an OnlyFans star insists that she doesn’t create racy content just for the money.

Courtney Tillia was once a special education needs teacher, and has a masters degree in education.

But Courtney, 36, and her husband Nick, who also used to be a teacher, were struggling to make ends meet by working in the eduction sector.

At one point the couple had to file bankruptcy and Courtney’s car was repossessed.

After working as a teacher for a decade, Nick left the profession to start his own business, and a year later Courtney followed suit.

Courtney is now a content creator and joined OnlyFans in 2019. She’s since gained worldwide recognition and made $1,700 in her first month on the platform.

As of last year, Courtney had three pages her subscription site and over 60,000 followers.

She makes her double her annual salary as a teacher in just a month, earning anywhere between $50,000 to $100,000.

With this in mind, in the space of three years, Nick and Courtney became millionaires.

Nick and Courtney Tillia became millionaires in three years. Credits: nicktillia/Instagram
Nick and Courtney Tillia became millionaires in three years. Credits: nicktillia/Instagram

While the financial gain of creating explicit content is clear, the mom-of-four insisted that she doesn’t do it just for the money.

Speaking on Dr. Phil last year, the veteran TV host asked Courtney: “Would you be doing this if all of a sudden you inherited $10 million?”

Courtney replied: “Yes. I’ve always said, because people always throw that out there as like a ‘gotcha’ question, [saying] ‘you did this only for money’. I love expressing myself.”

“This is who I am,” she added.

Nick also replied ‘absolutely’ to Dr. Phil’s question.

While her feature on the show dates back to last year, a clip of her interview has been doing the rounds again of late after Courtney shared it to her Instagram page – where she boasts 423,000 followers.

Courtney has thousands of OnlyFans subscribers. Credits:  courtneytillia/Instagram
Courtney has thousands of OnlyFans subscribers. Credits: courtneytillia/Instagram

She wrote alongside the snippet: “People can’t wrap their minds around the fact that we CHOSE this!

“We have flourishing coaching businesses and are very well educated! We had endless options, but this is the path we wanted!”

Courtney isn’t the first teacher to ditch her teaching job to take up content creation.

Sarah Juree was actually fired for having an OnlyFans page while working as an educator, but she went on to have the last laugh as she now rakes in more than six times her former annual salary.

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