Businesswoman Quits Corporate Career at 41 to Join OnlyFans Amid Economic Challenges

Businesswoman Quits Corporate Career at 41 to Join OnlyFans Amid Economic Challenges

Zilda Williams, a 41-year-old businesswoman, leaves her six-figure corporate job to join OnlyFans, seeking financial stability in a tough economy. Despite warnings from friends and family, she aims to use her earnings to start her own business.

Auckland, NZ, (Bollywood Fever): A successful businesswoman has revealed why she’s leaving her corporate career at the age of 41 to join OnlyFans.

Zilda Williams, an account manager, says her six-figure salary isn’t sufficient to cope with today’s challenging economy, prompting her to turn to OnlyFans to boost her income.

“I love my job and I’ve worked my butt off for years to get to where I am in this industry, but with the cost of living crisis I don’t think six figures is enough to get by,” she told

“I’m paying off a massive mortgage all by myself and I don’t have a husband to split the bills with. It’s just me and my rescue dog Willow.”

Businesswoman Quits Corporate Career at 41 to Join OnlyFans Amid Economic Challenges

In her 20s, Zilda was a glamour model for men’s magazines like FHM. She later left the modeling industry to climb the corporate ladder in Auckland, New Zealand. Although she enjoys the financial stability of a 9-to-5 job, it’s barely enough for her to live comfortably as a single woman.

After noticing that many of her former modeling friends were thriving on OnlyFans, driving luxury cars and buying real estate, Zilda decided to try it herself.

“I’ve done plenty of photoshoots in bikinis and lingerie before, so why not make a little money from it?” she said. “I’m keeping it classy so I have nothing to be embarrassed about. It’s not porn—it’s tasteful stuff.”

Though it has been years since Zilda modeled professionally, she says she’s more successful with men now than she ever was in her younger years.

“Men actually hit on me more today than they did when I was 25—I don’t know why. Maybe it’s because women get more confident with age?” she said. “I take good care of myself, I exercise and eat right, and I’ve never felt more comfortable in my own skin than I do right now at 41.”

Despite her confidence, Zilda’s friends and family have warned her against risking her corporate career for a quick payday on OnlyFans.

“I’ve had close friends and family members tell me that I’m crazy and making a terrible decision, but they don’t understand what it’s like for me,” she said. “I want to pay off my mortgage and retire early. I’m never going to be able to do that in today’s economy.”

Businesswoman Quits Corporate Career at 41 to Join OnlyFans Amid Economic Challenges

Zilda plans to use her earnings from OnlyFans to start her own business. “People think I’m stupid for doing this, but I’m far from a dumb blonde. I have plans to use my earnings to start a business, so then I can be my own boss,” she boasted. “At the end of the day I’m going to be the one having the last laugh. Yes, it’s a risk to my reputation in the corporate world, but without risk there’s no reward.”

Despite only launching her account in June, Zilda says she’s already making significant money on the site.

“I wasn’t sure if anyone would care, but as soon as I posted about my OnlyFans I got so many DMs from guys wanting to send me money and subscribe,” she gushed. “The men messaging me are anywhere from 19 to 70. The younger guys all call me a MILF, even though I don’t have kids. I’ve even had some women in my DMs!”

She added, “It felt good to know that so many people wanted to see more of me.”

Zilda isn’t alone in making this career shift. Last year, single mother-of-four Chloe Sasha left her job as a receptionist to become an OnlyFans model and now makes $30,000 a month.

“I was very happy that I was able to give this nice stable home to my kids,” she previously told Truly. “I feel very proud of myself that I’m able to give them this life and not have to worry or stress about how I’m gonna make ends meet next week.”

However, not everyone has had a positive experience on the platform. A former Missouri teacher turned OnlyFans model recently advised other educators against joining the site.

Megan Gaither, 32, told the St. Louis Dispatch that she “wouldn’t recommend” other teachers join OnlyFans for supplemental income. Despite earning five times more than she did as a teacher, Gaither said she’s become a “total outcast” in her hometown of St. Clair, Missouri.

Above all, she misses being a teacher at St. Clair High School.

“A lot of people tell me that I should be happy, but I wouldn’t wish this past year on anybody,” said Gaither. “I studied 12 years to become a teacher, and now that’s gone. Looking back, I wouldn’t recommend this. If I could go back, I would tell myself not to do it.”

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