Yup. Yikes was what we thought when we heard Leonardo Hathaway, 19, helped his mother set up her OnlyFans account because he wants to “support her choices.”
He decided that he wanted to reciprocate the support and love his mother has shown him over the years; the way this manifested was helping her put together a sexy web account.
Leonardo works as a male model in London and has also posed nude for magazines.
He spoke with the Daily Star.
“We have an incredible relationship between mother and child. I have to support her choices, just as she supports mine.”
His mother, Lucene Duarte, was also a model. She shot for Brazillian Playboy and has won the Miss BumBum world competition.
She boasts over 934,000 Instagram followers and expects to be able to turn many to OnlyFans as well.
Leonardo said to the Star, “When asked if I support her, I always ask back: ‘Why shouldn’t I?”
According to the Daily Star, he also hopes to earn a little cash from his mother’s OnlyFans account as well.
And despite the initial cringe, he’s also not the only child helping a parent with an OnlyFans set up.
Kerry Katona, reality TV star, set up her own OnlyFans but told Closer magazine that some of her photos were shot by her 14-year-old daughter Heidi.
“My children know I do it and Heidi even takes some of the pictures of me for the site.
“I say to [the kids] ‘What’s the difference between me getting papped topless on a beach or going topless on a site I’m in control of?”
Katona’s children, aged seven to 19, are happy with the money Katona is earning.
“My kids are fine with it, they’re loving the money!” Katona said.
Of course, most people earn far, far less than the top stars on OnlyFans. At only $180 per month for an average creator, it’s not nearly enough to be able to do full time.