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May 11, 2023

A Model Banned From OnlyFans For Accidentally Filming a Raunchy Video With an Underage Fan

After filming a raunchy video with a fan who hasn’t turned 18, a woman claims she has been banned from OnlyFans. An Instagram model from Italy, Michelle Comi, revealed in a now-deleted TikTok video that she had launched a competition to create content with a loyal fan.

Her filming partner was believed to be in his late 20s and did not disclose his date of birth, so the star assumed the teenager, who was 17 years old, was over 18.

Following Michelle’s posting of a video with an under-18 collaborator, OnlyFans ‘canceled’ the video and removed her from the platform. OnlyFans’ rules state that only those over 18 are permitted to access and post content, despite the age of consent in Italy being 14.

The Irish Mirror reported that she accepted responsibility for the incident but added that she was seeking a new partner. She stated, “I chose a few, and we recorded the video.”

I had to record the video with one of my subscribers. It was my choice, and I met him. We shot the video well, but the paperwork had not yet been signed.

The video cannot be distributed since he skipped his birth year, 2005. It should not exist at all. It was canceled.

I went a little on trust since this was my first time doing this. On my part, I should have insisted that he sign everything as soon as possible. I am seeking a new partner at this time. It was reported that kids as young as 13 could set up accounts on OnlyFans. I hope he enjoyed himself, at least.

Under-18s set up accounts on an adult website using fake documents or IDs belonging to older relatives, according to the BBC. One 14-year-old girl used her grandmother’s passport and bank details to set up an account, police said. On the platform, a 17-year-old from southeast England could sell videos of herself performing sex acts and using sex toys.

In one week, the teenager received £5,000 in payments from the site, so the bank froze her account. In the US, underage girls have also been reported participating in videos on adult accounts, which is against the company’s terms.

Also, school safety officers found kids as young as 12 contacting other adult content creators and asking to meet up.

The BBC reported that one girl had reported to Childline that she had been using the site since she was 13.

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