Roxy Jacenko reveals she’s on OnlyFans

 

PR queen and short-lived SAS Australia contestant Roxy Jacenko has made a surprise confession about her latest move amid her tumultuous week - revealing she's joined OnlyFans.

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, the Sydney businesswoman clarified that while she has her own account on the racy platform, it is currently blank.

Daily Mail Australia

The site, where content creators earn money from subscribers who pay for their exclusive videos and photos, has become known for attracting producers of X-rated footage.

Jacenko says she isn't one of them - though she admits the thought of making money via the site is tempting.

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Instead, the reality TV star, 40, said she was approached to create an account and couldn't resist seeing what all the hype was about.

"Very interestingly, OnlyFans is now trying to change their platform to be … not just girls with big breasts and lingerie. But to focus on music, fashion and lifestyle," she told the publication at an event Wednesday night.

told the publication at an event Wednesday night.

"I was approached by the UK office of OnlyFans to get an account," she explained, joking: "The entrepreneur in me is thinking: 'I could make money from people signing up'."

Jacenko added that she is "respectful" of those who do opt to use the platform for revealing snaps and videos.

"Everyone's so quick to judge on what's right or wrong, and you know what - let these individuals do what's right for them. I'm no one to judge," she said.

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Jacenko has garnered attention this week for sensationally quitting Channel 7's intense new show SAS Australia during Monday night's premiere episode, after just a few hours.

SAS Australia

She lasted a total of six hours in the experiment which sees celebrities take on the gruelling challenges of army recruits, before declaring it too hard and leaving the show.

She later revealed her brief, tumultuous stint as a faux SAS recruit - which she quit due to a nagging injury - cost her a friendship and a key high-profile client.

which she quit due to a nagging injury

After a barrage of online hate and one disastrous aborted interview on Triple M Jacenko cancelled the remainder of her press commitments on Tuesday - but KIIS hosts Kyle and Jackie O called her directly to find out what had gone wrong.

disastrous aborted interview on Triple M Kyle and Jackie O

Among other things, Jacenko said she was "upset" to be paired with retired professional ironwoman Candice Warner for a one-on-one boxing match during Monday's premiere.

paired with retired professional ironwoman Candice Warner
Jacenko was widely mocked on social media following her brief stint on SAS Australia. Picture: Channel 7.
Jacenko was widely mocked on social media following her brief stint on SAS Australia. Picture: Channel 7.
Jacenko was widely mocked on social media following her brief stint on SAS Australia. Picture: Channel 7.
Jacenko was widely mocked on social media following her brief stint on SAS Australia. Picture: Channel 7.
Jacenko was widely mocked on social media following her brief stint on SAS Australia. Picture: Channel 7.
Jacenko was widely mocked on social media following her brief stint on SAS Australia. Picture: Channel 7.
Jacenko was widely mocked on social media following her brief stint on SAS Australia. Picture: Channel 7.
Jacenko was widely mocked on social media following her brief stint on SAS Australia. Picture: Channel 7.

Warner, a former friend and PR client of Jacenko's, was shown landing several strong blows while Jacenko barely fought back.

"Is she really my friend anymore? No. You know why I never hit back? Because it'd be like being in a ring with Jackie. You're my mate, and I'm not going to smack you in the face for other people's entertainment," she told the hosts.

"You wouldn't continue punching when the person - me - turns their back and continue punching them in the back of the head. In boxing, that's totally not allowed. The reality is, I can't punch my then-friend in the face for people's entertainment."

"You look back and go, 'F**k, I should have whacked her one,' but you know what? I'm bigger than that and I've got respect for other people."

Jacenko revealed she was in tears after their bout, and said Warner had not made an effort to repair their friendship. "No, she sacked me instead," she said with a laugh.

Elsewhere, Jacenko claimed she was unfairly targeted during the show.

Ultimately, her said her decision to walk from the set was about putting her health first.

"I've had cancer. I don't want to be in a position where I put my health at risk any more. I fractured my pelvis and hip six weeks before filming - I just couldn't do it," she said, echoing the sentiment of a fiery social media post in which she called her trolls "f**wits".

 

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