OnlyFans models slammed after recruiting high school graduates for content
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A pair of OnlyFans models have been slammed after recruiting high school graduates to help them make X-rated content.
Bonnie Blue, 24, and Leilani May, 25 have been criticized online after inviting young men to participate in making some adult content.
For those not from Down Under, Schoolies Week is a celebratory time for recent high school graduates in Australia, which sees thousands of students flock to some of the best holiday hotspots across the country.
One of the more popular places is Surfers Paradise in Queensland’s Gold Coast because of its buzzing nightlife and lush beaches.
Reports emerged that the two models invited recent graduates to Surfers Paradise to join in on creating their explicit content.
Brit Bonnie Blue has since hit back at the reports, claiming the school leavers actually approached them.
She told the Gold Coast Bulletin: “We started getting messages, ‘I’ll be here for Schoolies, let’s film content,’ and we laughed - we only filmed with established creators and then thought ‘Why not’.”
She then clarified that she and May were careful to ensure anyone who wanted to work with them were 'consenting adults'.
"They’re not 17, we check ID, we have a process - they are consenting, and they are signing consent forms," the model added.
Meanwhile, Aussie May said: “It’s entirely their call and what they’re comfortable with. They take part in the filming, we practice safe sex, and we as sex workers are checked every two weeks.”
But many others have voiced concerns as to what long term impact participating in such content could have for those involved.
Matt Lloyd, schoolies.com CEO, told Gold Coast Bulletin: "Our advice to all Schoolies is, you deserve to celebrate with your friends, but don’t make a decision that could have negative implications on your family, your reputation and your future prospects.”
However, Blue and May have since claimed that those who participate do not need to have their faces visible.
The models have since issued a joint statement to our friends at LADbible about how they feel regarding the current situation.
"We are excited to have been able to draw attention to making realistic and relatable content with real people," they said.
"We're looking forward to continuing this style of adult content and taking it to spring break, US & freshers week, UK."