Cop Makes $27,000 a Month From OnlyFans After Leaving the Force
He was a cop Melissa Williams you’re having your best financial year yet while doing what you love.
The ex-officer who was forced out of the force because a Just fans account is now working full-time on the platform. Williams is also one of the top creators, making up to five figures a month.
Although Williams is now thriving, her chosen career path was a challenging one. The creator recalled that many of his former colleagues shamed him several times for only having a fan page.
Read on to learn more.
Former cop Melissa Williams loves being an adult content creator
The creator, who left the force a year ago, feels good as a do-it-yourself adult content creator. That Jam Press report (across New York Post), The 46-year-old reportedly earns $27,000, compared to $4,000 a month as a cop. “I love what I do and I don’t regret it at all,” he said of the unusual hustle.
Ex-cop who claims he received $30,000 severance from police after discovery of harassment Just fans account and content, she’s apparently living her best life right now.
Williams said: “It’s been a year since I left the police force and I’m just living my life.” The ex-cop, who just made his first adult film, loves the attention of fans. He also interacts with them and appreciates their support. “I love talking to my fans and they clearly love me.”
The creator also revealed that he receives 10 marriage proposals “every week”. You get a lot of join requests, some of them from your former colleagues. While Williams loves the attention, the OnlyFans star started making adult content for other reasons.
Why did the ex-cop start making adult content?
Based on New York Post, a self-proclaimed “Filthy MILF” who worked in the police force for 28 years, originally created her OnlyFans to spice up sex with her husband. Williams also used the platform to escape the overwhelming stress of being a cop.
For her, it was a “fun diversion” and she was also “creative” with her husband in her spare time. While the creator worked for the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office for 11 years, he left after being embarrassed by co-workers.
Williams, however, feels much more “liberated” and “powerful” now that he’s working full-time in adult movies. The ex-officer still wondered why he was ashamed of being on the platform since it didn’t affect his career as a cop.
Melissa Williams was confused about her office
Williams recalled feeling “angry and confused” after her office discovered her OnlyFans account. This is because they disguised themselves as fans to gain “access” to his “private content”. The star also believed her co-workers were pretending to be police officers, creepily sharing nude photos of her around the office.
Williams still doesn’t know why using the platform was a problem, as he says it’s not a “work thing”. However, he has bid farewell to his police career and is focusing on his future in adult content. He said: “I still feel like I’m just starting my new career and I’m enjoying the journey, the people and the online interactions along the way.”
The former police officer also revealed that his new colleagues have so far shown him more respect than his officers. “I was very nervous the first time, but they were all so professional, patient and kind and it went really well and I was delighted.” The experience also inspired Williams to write, as the ex-cop will publish his first book in May.
He will publish a new book in May
The upcoming book focuses on the star’s dating and relationship life. He recalled that he started writing to use his experiences to help others in his position. Williams also said that she intends to give her fans relationship advice through the book.
While the former police officer didn’t share much information about the project, she did reveal how happy she was to “help other women” by sharing her experience as an officer and creator. Williams said, “I’m very excited to be a writer now.”