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Elle Brooke issues ‘sex work warning’ after shutting down Piers Morgan
June 8, 2023
OnlyFans star Elle Brooke has issued a warning to younger people about sex work after going viral for her witty responses to Piers Morgan.
The porn star turned boxer was invited on to TalkTV by Piers earlier this week. Elle's ability to bat away Piers' questions about her line of work earned her plaudits and saw several clips from the interview go viral.
One of those moments was when Piers asked how she would explain her career to her children. Elle said with a grin: "I don’t really want kids right now… They can cry in a Ferrari."
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She also made Piers look flustered when asked how much she earns from OnlyFans. Elle retorted: "I earn a lot. How much do you make? Maybe, like, double that.
"I earn a lot of money. I don't want to give a specific number, but I am 0.01% on OnlyFans, I'm as top as it gets. It means you are the best of the best."
The success of the interview has no doubt brought new eyes to Elle.
Yesterday (Wednesday, June 7) she took to Twitter to send a careful warning to those who saw it, trying not to oversell the idea of sex work.
She told her 906,000 followers: "I want to be careful not to completely glamourise SW [sex work] for the younger generation.
"Whilst I am very happy with my choice, it’s not always bells and roses, so it’s important that you educate yourself on the risks and long term impacts before becoming a SWer [sex worker]. Here for advice always x."
This comes after Elle revealed she earned more than just plaudits from the interview with Piers.
Taking to Instagram she shared a screenshot of transactions from her OnlyFans page, showing seven in the space of only four minutes. The charges totalled $101.99 (£81.21).
"Thanks Piers x," she wrote as the caption.
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