Woman who hated her ‘huge boobs’ used them to clear her family’s £130k debt

A woman who hated her huge 34HH boobs because they made her miserable has used her assets to her advantage by clearing her family's £130k debt.

Amy Sophia, 27, said she would feel uncomfortable in her own skin pretty much all the time and struggle to find clothes to fit her properly, while her breasts would draw unwanted attention – from men and women – whenever she went out clubbing.

But then she worked out how embracing her curvy figure could boost her bank balance and now she rakes in the cash on OnlyFans – making a whopping £150k in a month at one point.

And with that money she's been able to wipe out her and her family's combined £130k debt.

"Usually when I'd go to clubs or out in public it would be women who’d tell me to ‘put them away’ because their boyfriends were staring," Amy told The Mirror.

"I usually ignore it but once I got kicked out of a nightclub for flashing this one girl who told me to cover up. I was just sick of it.

"I’ve got such bad posture because of how I used to always slouch forward to hide my boobs because when I kept my back straight it made them look even more prominent and I hated that attention.

"Now the stares and comments don’t bother me. I know they are just jealous or have body issues. They obviously aren't happy in their own skin."

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Previously working as a spa therapist earning £8.50 an hour, Amy decided to start an OnlyFans page in October 2019, adding that the site gave her back her body confidence and helped pay off the £30k she owed from payday loans.

Amy said: "I always wanted a champagne lifestyle on a Coca Cola budget. I went on foreign holidays and always bought new clothes. Because of the high interest on payday loans, I was stuck in a vicious cycle. Then there was a buzz around this new site, OnlyFans, and something just told me to do it.

"I knew my boobs were attention-grabbing so I decided to use them for my benefit instead of hiding away. In my first month I made £7,000, which was insane. Every month it got higher – my best earning month has been £150k but I average about £40k now.”

When she was 23, she even went to see a doctor about having a breast reduction, but the details of the surgery were so intimidating that Amy took some more time to think about it.

She added, "I was sick of the attention, of men staring. I couldn’t enjoy shopping or buy nice clothes.

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"But during this thinking time I discovered Only Fans and the positive reaction I got really changed my mindset. I realised a lot of the guys on there love my boobs and now they are my money-makers.”

As well as paying off her own £30,000 debt, Amy was able to also help her parents to pay off a nearly £100,000.

"Helping my family to be debt-free was the first thing I did with the money," she said. "It took about four or five months before I started earning big before I could do it.

"Mum was so grateful. She fully supports what I do and she always has from the start. The people who are important to me in my family have been supportive and that’s all that matters.

“I’m so lucky I have such an understanding family behind me. I love them so much.”

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