Sopranos star Drea de Matteo says OnlyFans paid off her mortgage debts in just FIVE MINUTES


Sopranos actress Drea de Matteo has praised OnlyFans for ‘saving her life’ after her refusal to have the COVID vaccine cost her acting gigs and left her with just $10 in her bank account. 

While Drea, 52, was initially reluctant to join the adult subscription service last year, she has now revealed her racy uploads proved so lucrative that she paid off her mortgage debts within five minutes – and has even launched her own business.

She is Losing Her House

The actress, who has been carb-loading to get in shape for the money shots, also revealed how, as well as nearly losing her house, she had run out of money to support a parent with dementia.

‘It saved us,’ she said. ‘OnlyFans saved my life, 100 per cent. I can’t believe I’m saying that, but it really did save us.’ 

Tearful Drea Says More

Tearing up, she continued: ‘Anybody that wants to condemn me and put me down, go for it. I just hope you never find yourself in the position I was in to take care of two little kids.

‘It saved my home of many years that was very important to us. And beyond all that, it has given me enough money to start up and finance ULTRAFREE.’

Drea had just $10 in her bank account when she started her OnlyFans account.

How She Was in a Perilous Financial Situation

She had found herself in a perilous financial situation after taking a forbearance to help with her mortgage repayments, but ultimately couldn’t afford the astronomical sum that she owed collectors.

‘They put me into foreclosure and my house had flooded, so I was trying to sell the house quickly,’ she said. ‘I wanted to try and sell it before they took it.

‘At the same time, I lost my mom, and my other mom, who has dementia, had run out of money for her caregiver. I didn’t know which way was up.’

But it didn’t take long for Drea to start raking in big, life-saving money on OnlyFans.

‘I kept putting more pictures up,’ she recalled. 

‘I was like, holy sh*t. In five minutes, I was able to pay back compass real estate who kept the sale of my house.’

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Prior to Buying The OnlyFans Idea

But turning to the platform was initially not something that Drea wanted to do. And in fact, when she first toyed with the idea, it was because she and her husband had thought about joining to create a quasi-podcast.

‘I did it, but I didn’t want to do it,’ she admitted. ‘I got a lot of heat for doing it and it went f*cking viral and people went nuts.

‘I mean, the original premise to open the OnlyFans was Robbie and I were gonna do a podcast on there that was controversial. We wanted to put it behind a paywall so to not be destroyed in the media for it.

‘That was what it was going to be originally, you know, like with him rubbing my feet because you have to add a little something for OnlyFans in there.’

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