Amouranth recently revealed that she made over $33 million by selling nudes on the platform OnlyFans. The content creator has been fairly open in the past about how much money she makes, but the streamer has never actually published her pay slips until now.

The content creator is currently among the most watched female streamers on any platform. Amouranth has frequently been the subject of controversy, suffering numerous bans and suspensions during her time on Twitch. The streamer previously noted that switching to OnlyFans was a matter of empowerment, describing the platform as a "much safer environment” than Twitch. Amouranth added that “you get well compensated for it. It feels like you’re taking the power back rather than being a victim.”

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“I see it as the route with the least friction for monetization,” Amouranth explained. “The stigma issue with it being OnlyFans wasn't really too big a factor. As a streamer, even before OnlyFans, I was subject to a lot worse.” Amouranth recently founded her own “e-girl agency” called It’s Real Work to support “all the women who are interested in us helping them to streamline, optimize, and help provide assistants, editors, etc. for their content creation and fan site businesses.”

The news comes in the context of an ongoing dispute with someone who allegedly stole her likeness back in April. The streamer described how lucrative a business this could be, noting that she makes more than $1.5 million a month from OnlyFans. “It’s not about the money,” Amouranth said. “It’s about sending a message.” The content creator added that “in all seriousness, I'm only able to do this because of the incredible team I've built" before directing her followers to It's Real Work.

While her time at OnlyFans clearly brought her material success, Amouranth also attracted the attention of a stalker who apparently traveled from Estonia to “my city, camping out in a hotel with line of sight to my PO box." The individual seems to have "spent over a month camping out daily at a Starbucks next to my PO box.” The stalker was detained and deported back in June according to the streamer.

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