Yet another incident of an employer letting an employee go upon discovering their involvement in adult content on OnlyFans. This recent case occurred in Australia, just five days after content creator Annie Knight commenced her new marketing position.
At 26, Annie was at home, having taken a sick day, when she was informed through an email that her employment contract had been terminated. The basis for this decision? Her superior had learned about the OnlyFans account she had initiated a few years earlier.
Annie had created her account in 2020, during the early days of the pandemic when such platforms gained popularity. In a segment on the Australian program SBS Insight, she shed light on the entire situation.
Although she had reservations when she began her side endeavor, she expressed, “The last thing I wanted to do was to get fired if someone found my OnlyFans.”
Unfortunately, that's precisely what transpired. Years after establishing her account, it led to her losing a marketing position. She detailed, “I had just started a new job, I was on day five, and actually went home sick that day and I received an email saying ‘termination of contract.'”
Upon receiving the email, Annie's initial reaction was shock, but she soon connected the dots regarding her OnlyFans apprehensions. The email contained screenshots from her OnlyFans account.
The email provided three justifications for her contract termination. She went on to explain, “They said that I falsely advised that I had a side business, they said that I didn’t ask for permission from the company to run the side business, and they said that I had online pornographic images of myself and crude language, and apparently that was against company rules.”
Annie chose not to contest the termination, largely because she realized she disliked the position. It's uncertain what defense she might have presented to retain her job, but in any case, she never had to present one.
She disliked her role and had a thriving side hustle, so she shifted her focus there. Her bio indicates she's among the top 0.09% of creators, with daily posts.
She reportedly earns around $1,000 daily. Recently making appearances in Australian media, Annie revealed on The Kyle and Jackie O Show that she had intimate relations with 300 individuals over a year.
She mentions she's “down to try anything” and is prepared to offer “pretty much everything” for her followers. This showcases her commitment, resilience, and all the traits one seeks in a content creator.
Clearly, Annie continues to leverage her marketing expertise, a wise strategy given the potential audience out there.
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