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Meet the Teacher Turned OnlyFans Model Who Went From Bankruptcy to $100,000 a Month: ‘People Just Want Authentic’

Entrepreneur spoke with Courtney Tillia, a former educator turned content creator whose career transition — and financial success — is turning heads

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The definition of what it means to be a “successful entrepreneur” today has shifted as new technology lets people carve out their own paths in non-traditional ways. It’s also made “” a full-time profession.

When Courtney Tillia was looking for a new income path after quitting her job as a special education teacher in 2017, she joined  — a service that allows content creators to charge fans and viewers for exclusive content via subscription or one-off fees.

Now, she’s a top creator on the platform, making anywhere from $50,000 to $100,000 a month. In just three years of being full-time on the platform, she’s made over $1 million.

“I’m the modern-day American dream,” Tillia told Entrepreneur.

Entrepreneur spoke with the Los Angeles-based  about her lucrative profession, working with her husband, and how the public has reacted to her controversial career choice.

When did you decide to leave teaching to be a full-time content creator?

I was a school teacher for six years, and towards the last year, I found myself anxious, depressed and really withdrawn from my family. At the time, my husband and I only had my one teacher income — he had resigned to start his own business, which hadn’t fully gotten off the ground yet.

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