After being released from her contract with WWE in April, Steph De Lander has found a new job.
Persia Pirotta, known by her WWE stage name Persia Pirotta, launched her own OnlyFans account this week to great fanfare.
‘We’re doing hot girl stuff. On Twitter, the 25-year-old announced that OnlyFans is now live.
It received over 5,000 ‘likes’ and dozens of comments from wrestling fans.
Count me in if you want to support women!’ replied one admirer, while another wrote: ‘Someone subscribes and let me know if it’s good or not.’
One said, “Damn, this reminds me of Chyna,” about the late Joanie “Chyna” Laurer, who launched a career in pornography after leaving WWE.
The WWE recently dropped Stephanie out of the blue, saying she was ‘shocked’.
Surprisingly, talent was terminated in the middle of a storyline, especially when I was on TV every week for three months, as was Dexter [Lumis].
Dexter and Stephanie were among the ten pro wrestlers released from WWE’s NXT brand last month.
The Australian wrestler made her wrestling debut on the independent circuit in 2017 as FaceBrooke, before joining WWE in 2021 as Persia Pirotta.
After leaving major wrestling promotions such as WWE, Impact, and AEW, many female wrestlers have turned to OnlyFans in recent years.
Chelsea Green, a former Impact Wrestling Knockouts Champion, launched her Instagram account last October, and former WWE superstar Scarlett Bordeaux has also found success on the platform.
Toni Storm, a Kiwi-born wrestler, revealed last month that she made over $30,000 during her first week on OnlyFans.
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