A woman who’s been bullied for her “lazy” eye has finally fulfilled her dream of becoming an OnlyFans model who feels “free” by flaunting her body. Elley Davies, 18, is studying beauty therapy at college and works as a shot girl in a club in the evenings. However, she’s racking up quite a following on TikTok and now OnlyFans.
- Elley has an “eye turn.” The condition, known as strabismus, has left her with a “lazy” left eye. She’s roughly 80% blind in that eye and her right eye has to work overtime to make up for it.
- She’s extremely body positive. While she’s received her fair share of trolls over the years, Elley has insisted on loving herself just as she is. That’s why joining OnlyFans was a natural choice for her. “I started OnlyFans as another way of income, and because TikTok isn’t reliable in my favor,” she tells the Daily Star. “I post lingerie and some nude content.”
- She’d be into the idea of making OnlyFans her full-time career. However, Elley is extremely cautious as she doesn’t want to make any rash decisions given the fluctuation of the industry. “I’ve considered going into OnlyFans as a career, I’d just like to see how things go with it before I make any decisions because TikTok is so unreliable I expect and fear it from other apps,” she explains. “The future is unpredictable, and is expanding.”
- Elley thinks social media could be the place to make a name for herself and provide for her future family. “Social media is now a big place to build a career for yourself. I believe in what I’m doing is setting myself up for a happy life that I choose to live,” she says. ““I want my kids, if I have them, to have everything and to be proud to be able to give them anything and everything they need to live their best life. Like always, others’ opinions never matter.”
- She also doesn’t put up with haters. If anyone does say anything negative about her eye, they get blocked. Elley says that most of the people who follow her are super respectful and she won’t put up with anyone who isn’t. “None of my fans comment on my eye, if they do they are blocked – what’s the point of subscribing and paying to a page you don’t like?” she says.
- Right now, it’s working for her. While she may not stay on OnlyFans forever, it’s something fun to do right now. “As I said I just want to see how it goes, I’d like to progress with it until I feel it’s no longer beneficial to me,” she admits. “I like the ability to be free with my body on the app. It’s not just about selling yourself, it’s about self-love and being happy to show the body you love and have.”