Just one week after launching her exclusive content on OnlyFans, Bella Thorne has already earned an estimated $2 million from her subscribers. The actress shocked her followers when she announced that she would have a platform on the service, which is known for mainly featuring adult/explicit content. 

While the Famous in Love star is certainly raking in the money on OnlyFans, some users are not thrilled with what she’s been posting. 

Is Bella Thorne’s OnlyFans a scam?

Since launching her page on Aug. 19, Bella has already amassed more than 87,000 subscribers. Her subscription package prices have stayed the same at $20 per month, $51 for three months, and $102 for six months. But, some of her fans have claimed that users need to pay up within the page in order to see more exclusive content. 

On Twitter, a screenshot between Bella and one of her fans has been circulating (though the contents of the messages exchanged cannot be verified).

The screenshot shows that a fan paid $200 more to get a direct photo from Bella, which the user expected to be sans clothing. The fan claimed to get a bikini photo from the actress, which was received after the $200 payment was taken. 

Following the viral alleged exchange between Bella and a fan, other OnlyFans creators claimed that the platform changed its tipping policy. 

Several content creators said that that they can charge a maximum $50 per post, that it will now take 30 days for them to receive their payments, and that fans can now only tip $100 at a time. This information could not be verified on the OnlyFans website. 

This potential change in the tipping policy has sparked a conversation online about how it will affect people who have full-time careers on OnlyFans. 

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“For the unfamiliar, Bella Thorne caused such a ruckus with her PG13 account that OnlyFans has debuted new restrictions that make it even HARDER for everyday sex workers to make rent. Despicable,” Twitter user @RivkaGheist tweeted about Bella’s inadvertent impact on the industry. 

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