Law graduate turned OnlyFans model says ‘bitter’ trolls fat-shame her
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A university graduate who swapped law for lingerie as an OnlyFans model has hit out at jealous fat-shaming online trolls.
Alaw Haf, who studied law at University, has hit out at hate comments she receives from users online over her body.
The 24-year-old posts intimate photos of herself online on subscriber only adult sites OnlyFans and Admire Me.
“"It's always looks based, people say things like 'she's not worth it' or 'she's not even that fit',” Alaw told North Wales Live.
"As you can see, I'm not skinny, so I always get weight comments.
"On TikTok I've had to ban certain words because of hate related to my weight and there's a lot of bitterness in my Instagram requests so I just delete them, I don't even open the messages anymore.”
Alaw, from Mold in Wales, has to contend with daily fat shaming posts but says she is proud to be representing ‘normal girls’.
She said: "I'm not a skinny girl, I'm just a normal girl doing something a bit different.
"I'm not going to get abs in the gym- I prefer kebabs. It's just not me and I'm learning to accept that.
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"On social media you're constantly comparing yourself to others so it's just learning to be okay with not being perfect."
She says that people judge her for putting her work links in her bio on the social video platform TikTok.
The glamour model has built a thick skin from the online hate from trolls but has struggled with the messages in the past.
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She said people don't see the dark side of what people in the industry go through and how the hate in messages would increase if she had appeared in the media.
Alaw, who graduated from the University of Liverpool, said: "People don't see the dark side of it- the leaks, the trolling, and the internet hate. It's not quick cash and it's not easy cash."
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She currently claims to makes around £5,000 a month on adult websites and is proud to be running her own business, despite trolls saying ‘could you not get a job?’
Alaw added: "I'm just the same as anyone else that's self-employed, I don't judge people for what they do for a living as long as it's legal and not hurting anyone.."
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