Despite being offered $790,000 by a billionaire, a model from OnlyFans says she refused the deal. In her interview with the Daily Star, Alice Irving told the newspaper, “It’s a famous person, and this person is really into me, and he tried to meet me. He basically wanted to have sexual relations with me and record it, but I didn’t want to do that.” The model said she was forced to sign a non-disclosure agreement and couldn’t legally disclose their identity.
In the past, the model admitted getting out with men online who paid thousands of dollars to listen to what she had to say. She alleges that clients often paid anything from $10 to $100,000 every month, along with some expensive gifts. Even as OnlyFans started to grow, she remained true to her one golden rule: She would never accept to meet her fans in person. As she explained why she turned down her latest lucrative offer, she admitted it had nothing to do with money.
Even though she acknowledged it was very difficult to refuse, she said, “Firstly, it’s dangerous. Secondly, yes, it would be a lot of money, but I don’t want to do it because I’ve never done boy-girl content, so it’s not valuable.” The adult actress believed putting a price on such services would undermine her reputation as a performer, putting her at risk of being unable to find a long-term partner. Following her explanation that she earns six-figure sums for exhibiting far less, she further acknowledged that the amount of money offered was simply insufficient. According to her, it isn’t a lot of money. It may seem substantial at first, but you have to keep in mind how long it will take. I know my potential, and I know that it will never end, so for me, it is nothing.”
She also claimed to possess witch-like powers, heightened intuition, and heightened sensibility. The Daily Star reports that she predicted the death of her father when she was 12 when she was able to predict events and get warnings in her dreams. Although she credited her success to hard work, she said, “I worked 365 days a year, seven days a week, every day, for six years. There was no rest for me. “I lost my dignity, you know. I did what I had to do.”