He’s not a fan.
Earlier this week, Bella Thorne bragged to the LA Occasions that she was working with “The Florida Project” director Sean Baker on a film about her expertise of becoming a member of the Website online OnlyFans.
However Baker mentioned on Friday that it wasn’t true.
“I would like to make it clear that the news of me making a film (documentary or fiction narrative) about Onlyfans and using Bella Thorne as research is false,” Baker mentioned in an announcement. “I’m NOT attached to this project.”
Thorne mentioned she’d made a document $2 million when she joined the location, which has similarities to Instagram, however permits grownup performers to cost folks to see their feeds. Celebrities together with Thorne and Cardi B have additionally begun to hitch the location because it has turn out to be extra fashionable, however they’re posting “safe-for-work” photos as a substitute.
Baker continued, “Earlier this month I had a conversation with Ms. Thorne and discussed a possible collaboration in the far future that would focus on her life and the circumstances leading to her joining OnlyFans. On that call, I advised her team to consult with sex workers and address the way she went about this as to NOT hurt the sex work industry. This has been the extent of my involvement.”
Thorne had instructed the LA Occasions on Tuesday, “It’s a feature we are researching as I’m living it currently.” She added, “What does a platform like this do to its users? What’s the connective material between your life and your life inside the world of OnlyFans? … How can it change your life for the worse and the better? How far are you willing to go, and how far do you want to go? You can be me, or this talented girl from Montana, and OnlyFans could change your life — if you want it to, of course.”
Thorne has drawn scorn from intercourse employees who imagine she is hijacking the location. “What I’m not about is [celebrities] treating it like some fun science experiment, with the audacity to claim they’re just trying to get the full experience,” tweeted Savannah Solo, who has a channel on the location.
“Tangerine” director Baker, continued in his assertion that he helps intercourse employees. “I am an ally and have literally devoted my career to tell stories that remove stigma and normalize lifestyles that are under attack,” he mentioned. “I would never do anything that could possibly hurt the community. So please know that this news is not correct. Thank you.”