In this case, the former police officer who became an OnlyFans star paid $30,000 to leave when other people found out about it.
An ex-police lieutenant who now stars on OnlyFans says she was paid $30,000 to leave the force after her coworkers found out about her sexy online career. She says that now she makes thousands of dollars a month from her saucy online career.
This is how it worked for Melissa Williams: In May 2020, she began posting pictures of herself with her husband, who has not been named for privacy reasons. She wanted to spice up their sex life.
For the 28 years she had worked for the police, she also used her OnlyFans work as a creative way to deal with the stress and danger of her job.
After her coworkers and boss found out about her racy photos, Melissa said they shamed her, spread them around the office, and ultimately fired her from the job because they didn't like them.
A few years ago, she worked for the city as a police officer. Now, she works full-time as an OnlyFans model and makes about $4,000 a month.
As a former police lieutenant, she says she was paid $30,000 to leave the force when her coworkers found out that she was having sex with men.
Mom-of-two: The police officer had worked for 28 years and was a mother of two. She used her side job as a creative outlet to get away from her high-stress and sometimes dangerous job.
From the age of 14, the model told Jam Press that being a police officer was her dream job. She has 4,000 followers on Instagram.
'I had to show that I was a good cop 10 times over what the men did.' Those who worked with me thought I was good at my job and liked me.
'My personal sex life was never a factor in how well I could do my job.'
As Lexi Bella, Melissa and her husband had been making a good living on OnlyFans for 18 months. They had been posting pictures of themselves under the alias. They were a "MILF and wife next door."
But in August 2021, the cat came out of the bag when her boss got a tip from someone else about her extra-curricular work.
'Shocked and panicked,' Melissa said she was sent an official complaint by email soon after. This made her feel like the 'two parts of her life were colliding,' and she was afraid.
They had signed up to her Facebook page so that they could "investigate" how she was behaving, and they spread the images around the whole local police force and jail staff so that they could see how she was behaving.
Ex: 'The complaint came out of the blue. I was in shock and panicked because I never wanted these two parts of my life to come together.'
That made me angry and embarrassed because the notice went on to say that five of my coworkers had gotten into my paid account so they could look into my behavior.
Because I didn't think it was good for me to do that. It felt like they all just wanted to see me in my underwear all the time.
In the next few days, Melissa says she was sent an official complaint by email. This made her'shocked and panicked' about the 'two parts of her life colliding'
They did a "investigation," and afterward, my images were shared all over the police department and the prison staff, who thought they were hot news. Then I had to take time off because I couldn't sleep, I couldn't eat, and it was so upsetting. None of this was work. I didn't see my OnlyFans page as a work thing. We talked about a lot of the things we had done in our private sex lives over the years. I was working up to 60-hour weeks, so most of the time, my husband was in charge of the page and shared my pictures. We also had fun dressing me up and taking pictures just for the page. A fun way for us to relax and be creative together after a stressful week at work was to go to the park and make things together. I was never in uniform when I took any of my pictures. I used a fake persona, and most of my fans think I'm a stay-at-home mom because of it. This made me feel like my bosses were in charge of looking after my bedroom.
Melissa's mental health took a big hit because of the situation. She was signed off with stress and anxiety for 12 weeks on August 23, 2021, by a doctor who then said that she should not return to her old job, which she did not want to do.
A severance package worth $30,000 was put together by her lawyer and the police in her area.
Melissa said: 'Being a police officer was a rewarding and exciting job.' How could I work in a place like that again? I had a hard time being a woman in the police force. My success, looks and confidence have made people want to be like me.
For more information, DailyMail.com has asked the local sheriff's office for help.
The way her coworkers and the lack of support they have shown her has made Melissa angry. But Melissa thinks that everything will work out for the best because she loves being an OnlyFans model now.
That's not the only job she wants to do in the future. She wants to be a team leader or manager in a security or training job.
She said: 'I didn't want my career to end this way, but it was also a good thing.'
In the past, I couldn't sleep at night because of all the stress of being a police officer.
She said: "I didn't want my career to end this way, but it was also a good thing." In the past, I couldn't sleep at night because of the stress of being a police officer. Having to worry about me not coming home makes my family happy. In my job, I like to teach and help people grow and build a relationship with my team. I used my communication skills to calm down situations. In the end, I talked more people into handcuffs than I did fight with.
There, she is making $4,000 a month on OnlyFans, which isn't enough to pay for her job as a police officer. She hopes that now that she can spend more time on her OnlyFans page, things will improve.
Even the model's family is pleased with the new direction her career has taken.
They don't know about her modeling work, but Melissa says if they did, she would be honest with them and hope they would be supportive, too. Her kids are 15 and 12.
To start the page, I didn't think about money at all. It was always about sharing intimate parts of her marriage because that's what her husband and she like to do.
‘My fans love that I am real and talk to them about how much we enjoy their compliments and attention.
In the beginning, I didn't want to show my face when I wrote online. As time went on, I became more confident.
When my friends and family know about my secret life, I'm ready to own it. It's good that my family isn't mad at me. My cousin even told me to "Get it, girl." My mom was surprised, but she was also understanding of what I was going through at the time. I think I can stand up for myself. I'm still the same mom, neighbor, and person I was before. I was also a good cop, but my private life seemed to make my bosses unhappy. If you ask me, I think that all of this could have been done with a professional meeting. Instead, I thought I was a good police officer and felt like I had to leave a good job because I was too prudish.