A HAIRDRESSER facing lockdown ruin now rakes in £1million a year flogging raunchy pics online.
Kylie Biss, 32, ditched her £18,000-a-year life as a self-employed crimper a year ago.
She signed up to an adult site and watched her bank balance soar as subscriptions boomed in lockdown.
Kylie, who uses the online name Gracey Kay, now has more than 100,000 followers and earns up to £35,000 a week.
She said: “It’s given me the opportunity to make anything possible.
“There are people who think I should be ashamed of myself, but I’m not — I’m proud of it.”
Kylie, originally from Catterick, North Yorks, said she was bullied at school and left at 14 with no qualifications.
Her hairdressing work was never consistent and she took home between £500 and £2,000 a month.
With lockdown looming last year, she decided to give adult modelling a shot.
Kylie charges subscribers $3 (£2.15) for topless pictures and more for customised videos and interactive one-on-one sessions.
She said her success is based on working 15-hour days, seven days a week, posting content six times a day — but finally doing something she loves.
It has allowed her to relocate to a £280,000 villa, complete with gym and swimming pool, in sun-soaked Alicante and to buy a £45,000 blue Mustang.
She said: “At the time my confidence was really low but the site gave it a massive boost. I loved it.
“But it’s not embarrassing to be naked and nor am I embarrassed. It's empowering, has given me confidence and made me happy.
“It's natural to be naked. Why should I be ashamed if someone wants to pay to look at my body?
“I'm very proud of my body. I wasn’t but, because of the website, I am and I won’t be made to feel ashamed. It’s beautiful.”
Her only bump on the road was when someone sent her raunchy photos to family and friends.
But she said: “People would love to knock me down a peg or two. To them, I just say thank you for trying to shame me because it just makes me ten times stronger.”
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