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OnlyFans creators booted out of beachside mansion after X-rated photoshoot
An OnlyFans creator says he has been booted out of the property he was staying in after the owner found out he was using it for X-rated photoshoots.
Content creator Mike Sanchez has now hit out at the "blatant discrimination" he has suffered – although the property owner says he and the group of models at the premises were in breach of his strict "no party policy".
The Aussie runs an OnlyFans page which regularly features videos and photos of female models.
OnlyFans is a social media site where people can sell their content – whether that's pictures or videos – via paid monthly subscriptions.
Fans pay a monthly membership fee for access to exclusive content.
OnlyFans is popular in the adult entertainment and fitness influencer industries.
Mike believes he is being discriminated against for working within the sex industry, with images shared by 7NEWS showing Sanchez at the property with at least 11 women who are photographed in just their underwear.
The argument started shortly after Sanchez paid nearly £8,700 to rent the Moana mansion in Adelaide, Australia, for two nights to shoot several clips for his OnlyFans page, 7NEWS reports.
He said the home, which features a baby grand piano and stunning ocean views, was the "perfect setting" for a "professional-looking photoshoot".
Mike told 7NEWS: "There was some suggestive stuff but it was all clothed in lingerie – there was no nudity."
He says he was given permission for the shoot but halfway through the group’s stay, Mike and his friends were told to pack up and leave the Maidencombe Drive home, with no refund.
"I would describe it as blatant discrimination against the sex industry and sex workers," he said.
He says, among other things, the piano was scratched and will be costly to fix.
"We did ask for a full refund to which he responded, 'I'll see you in court', so we will be taking matters further," Sanchez said.
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