A woman says she’s been banned from OnlyFans after filming a raunchy video with a an fan who hasn’t turned 18 yet.
Michelle Comi, an Instagram model from Italy, revealed in a now deleted TikTok video, that she launched a compeтιтion for a loyal fan to create content with her.
The adult star, believed to be in her late 20s, explained that the recording went well, but her filming partner didn’t disclose his date of birth, and she took it ‘on trust’ that the teenager – believed to be 17-years-old – was over 18.
Michelle has since come under fire for posting a video with an under-18 collaborator, with OnlyFans ‘cancelling’ the video and subsequently throwing her off the platform for violating its rules.
While the age of consent in Italy is 14, OnlyFans rules state that only people over 18 can access or post content on the site.
In a video translated by the Irish Mirror, she accepted responsibility for the mishap, but said she was on the hunt for a new partner.
She explained: ‘I made a selection and we recorded the video.’
‘I had to choose a guy from my subscribers to record the video with. After several selections, I chose and met him.’
‘Everything went well, we sH๏τ the video, but I hadn’t gotten him to sign the paperwork yet.’
‘He skipped his year of birth, 2005, so for obvious reasons, the video cannot be distributed. In fact, it really shouldn’t exist. And indeed it was cancelled.’
‘It was my fault, I should have made him sign everything sooner, but being the first time I’ve done it, I went a little on trust.’
‘I’m looking for a partner again now. The boy got smart, but I hope he at least enjoyed himself.’
The news comes after it was reported that children as young as 13 have been able to set up accounts on OnlyFans.
An investigation by the BBC found that under-18s were able to set up accounts on the adult website using fake documents or IDs belonging to older relatives.
In once instance, a 14-year-old girl was able to set up an account using her grandmother’s pᴀssport and bank details, police have said.
The corporation also found that one 17-year-old from the south east of England had been able to sell videos of herself performing Sєx acts and using Sєx toys on the platform.
The teenager used a fake ID to set up her account and in one week received £5,000 in payments from the site, prompting the bank to freeze her account.
There have also been reports of underage girls participating in videos on adult accounts in the US which is against the company’s terms and conditions.
School safeguarding officers also revealed that children as young as 12 were using the site to contact other adult content creators and asking to meet up.
Meanwhile, children’s protection charity Childline told the BBC one girl had reported to them that she had been using the site since she was 13.