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Pictures have revealed the lavish and expensive lifestyle of OnlyFans CEO Tim Stokely, paid for with the proceeds of his hugely popular content platform.
The 37-year-old entrepreneur has created a high-flying personal brand on social media, frequently posing online to showcase his fabulous wealth to followers.
Among the many indulgences on display are pictures of a yacht, customised cars, and even a 200-year-old olive tree which the businessman had planted in his garden.
The stunning centrepiece is Mr Stokely's country mansion, which has been described by estate agents as a “stunning, modern home finished to a very high specification”.
Located behind intimidating security gates on a private cul-de-sac near Bishop’s Stortford, this impressive estate flaunts eight bathrooms, six bedrooms, and several additional amenities including a home gym, cinema, and sauna.
It also features a sizeable games room that boasts lighting in the form of fluorescent modern-art sculptures, a fully stocked bar, and a purple pool table.
There is of course also a sizeable private swimming pool and terrace area in the grounds.
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The extensive driveway meanwhile is home to several customised cars, including Audi supercars and pimped up Range Rovers that have been modified by a firm often used by Premier League footballers.
The Essex-born CEO also post pictures of his opulent lifestyle, posing in tailor-made Savile Row suits and large, heavy-looking watches, and partying out and about in hot locations in New York, London, and Ibiza.
One post shows off a collection of Louis Vuitton parcels stashed together under the Christmas tree.
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The mansion itself cost a cool £2,425,000, which Mr Stokely reportedly paid for in cash in summer 2019.
Stokely describes himself as an ‘accomplished British tech entrepreneur’ after setting up the content platform and social media outlet OnlyFans.
Founded in 2016, OnlyFans allows its users to post content which people can then pay to view, paying a monthly fee to subscribe to their profile, and sometimes additional payments to view specific content.
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The model of the social media site has led it to be predominantly used to post titillating or pornographic content, with models posting photos and videos of them stripping or performing acts to cater to the tastes of their followers.
Some high profile, including celebrities and adult film stars, users rack up thousands of followers, leading to tens of thousands of pounds in profits every month.
OnlyFans takes a cut of 20% from the profits of posters.
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Given the money that high profile content creators can rake in each month, and the fact that the site now boasts as many as 1.6 million people who post on the platform, that is some indication of the fortune Stokely has made.
Lockdown, furloughing, and job losses saw a spike both in people starting to post to the website to make money, and in new subscribers.
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