April 22, 2024

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Drea de Matto saved the house from foreclosure with OnlyFans money

Drea de Matto saved the house from foreclosure with OnlyFans money

Recently, the star of “The Sopranos” was Drea Di Matteo He said dailymail.com She saved her house from foreclosure thanks to OnlyFans, which she turned to last year after her acting career stalled. It launched an account in August that fans can sign up for $15 a month.

“You saved us,” Di Matteo said. “OnlyFans saved my life 100 percent. I can't believe I'm saying this, but it really saved us. And whoever wants to condemn and insult me, go ahead. I just hope you never find yourself in the position I was in taking care of two young children. It saved my home for many years and that was Very important to us. Above all, it gave me enough money to start and fund the Ultrafree project.

Ultrafree is a streetwear brand created and owned by Di Matteo. She said that before launching her OnlyFans account, she only had about $10 in her bank account. This number may surprise fans considering Di Matteo is an Emmy Award-winning actress and veteran of “The Sopranos,” one of the most iconic and popular television series of all time.

“They put me in foreclosure and my house was flooded, so I was trying to sell the house fast. “I wanted to try to sell it before they took it,” Di Matteo continued. Meanwhile, I lost my mother, and my other mother, who has dementia, ran out of money for her caregiver. “I didn't know which way was up.”

She said that within “five minutes” of creating her OnlyFans account, she made enough money to “pay off Compass Properties, which held the sale of my house.”

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“I did, but I didn't want to do it,” she admitted of joining OnlyFans. “I got such a thrill out of doing it and it went viral and people went crazy.”

Talking to Fox News Digital Last year, Di Matteo explained that the switch to OnlyFans came as a result of losing her acting work over the past two years due to her stance against coronavirus vaccine mandates.

“I know some people said some bad things about me joining OnlyFans,” Di Matteo said at the time. “But, you know, the way we see it in this house is that mom is a warrior, she doesn't take defeat… I thought, well, everyone's wearing their underwear and being sexy on Instagram and I'm not doing it, but I can do it.” Do it and get paid for it… I don't know why I didn't think of this sooner.

According to Di Matteo, she had to “switch careers and discover new things because my industry thinks I'm a brute” because of her beliefs against COVID vaccine mandates. “I guess you could say I was a bad girl because I didn't follow the rules two years ago,” she added.

Di Matteo said her views led to her agent dropping her.

“It's hard for people to believe that I wasn't paid a lot for any of the jobs I did,” Di Matteo said. “People think I'm made of gold, and I'm not. I've worked from one job to the next. I've turned down a lot of jobs in the past just to be with my kids because their dad's on the road, and he's not around much.”

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“I just don't care. I don't. I'd rather save my family than save face,” she added, noting that her daughters gave her their blessing to launch an OnlyFans account.