Mom Helps Daughter Make $160,000 A Year Selling Nudes Online

One of the things you wonder about is like what do the parent of porn stars, cam girls and Instagram thots think about it? I mean, how can you feel good about your baby girl getting naked and shaking it to turn on a bunch of horny men? This mom has apparently figured out how to live with it,

Beth Spiby, 22, used to work in the gift shop at M&S and would travel to Magaluf each summer to work abroad – until a colleague told her how much money she could make selling pictures online.

The 22-year-old realised she needed someone to take the pictures of her though, and soon asked her accountant mum to do the job.

Mum Jane, 53, now helps her daughter take daily explicit photos and videos, which often involve Beth posing nude and in her underwear.

…Beth, from Greater Manchester, now has more than 1,000 followers – each of whom pays £12 a month to get nude photos and videos, meaning she earns more than £10,000 a month.

It would be a better world if more parents flat out disowned their children for behaving like this. For that matter, it would be a better world if brainless men would stop paying barely above average women every month just to look at their naked pictures. I mean, when I looked up this thot’s Twitter for the article, it was full of naked pictures. Why in the world would anyone pay to get more?

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