Denise Richards joins OnlyFans days after her 18-year-old daughter Sami signed up
Denise Richards has followed in her 18-year-old daughter’s provocative footsteps by launching her own OnlyFans account — just days after her ex-husband Charlie Sheen publicly scolded her for allowing their child to sign up on the X-rated site.
The 51-year-old reality star-turned actress took to Instagram on Thursday to announce that she’s joined the raunchy subscriber-only website, sharing a video of herself paddling in the ocean, urging her followers to by clicking to her OnlyFans page.
“Ready…here we go,” she wrote, before adding the hashtag #OnlyFans and writing: “Link in bio.”
That link takes social media users straight to Richards’ recently launched OnlyFans account, where she currently only has one post — and where subscribers must pay $25 a month to access her content.
Denise Richards has launched her own OnlyFans account – days after she got into a public fight with her ex-husband Charlie Sheen over their 18-year-old daughter Sami joining the site
The 51-year-old actress announced that she had joined the oft-X-rated website on Instagram, where she posted a video of herself wading in the ocean
She urged her followers to click the link in her bio, which leads directly to her OnlyFans page, where she charges subscribers $25 per month to access her content.
That price is more than $5 higher than the fee charged by her teenage daughter Sami, who sparked furious controversy earlier this month when she launched her own OnlyFans account — prompting her father to publicly bash the decision, while he was criticized for his ex-wife. Richards.
“This was not happening under my roof,” the 56-year-old Wall Street star emphasized in a statement to UsWeekly.
“She’s 18 now and lives with her mother,” he added, seemingly trying to shift the blame onto his ex-wife, who he divorced in 2006.
“I don’t approve of this, but since I can’t prevent it, I urged her to keep it classy and creative and not sacrifice her integrity.”
Richards was quick to express his support for her daughter, responding to the teen’s Instagram post announcing her OnlyFans page: “Sami, I will always support you and always be behind you. I love you.’
She also targeted her ex-husband – whom she divorced in 2006 – in a statement to Page Six, insisting that Sami should be allowed to make her “own choices” now that she is of age.
So far, the actress has only shared one post on the website – where she also offers her subscribers a three-month discount
Richards hinted earlier this month that she was considering joining OnlyFans when she shared a public statement in support of her daughter’s account on Instagram.
Richards’ daughter, Sami, announced earlier this month that she had joined OnlyFans.
To access Sami’s OnlyFans, users must pay a $19.99 per month subscription fee — just over $5 less than the $25 per month her mom charges
“Sami is 18 and this decision was not based on whose house she lives in,” Richards said. “All I can do as a parent is guide her and trust her judgment, but she makes her own choices.”
She also posted a lengthy statement on her Instagram account throwing weight behind her daughter’s decision to monetize daring images of herself – while teasing that she would be tempted to create her own page on the site. launch.
“Lots of negative comments on my social media over the past week,” the Wild Things star wrote. “I have to say I wish I had the confidence that my 18-year-old daughter has. And I can’t judge her choices either. I did Wild Things & Playboy, honestly her dad shouldn’t be either.’
She continued: ‘And to be able to ignore the negativity at her age? It has taken me many years and I still struggle with it sometimes. I am in awe of her ability to shut out the sound. Because it can destroy you. I recently heard about @onlyfans in the past few months.
“The verdict by women and men of the pornography industry is on it. I imagine they are also on Instagram and Twitter. If there really is a difference by posting a picture of ourselves [sic] in bikini on Only Fans? I’m pretty sure IG & Twitter & Facebook are doing really well with all of us. Is it so bad to control it and make money from it too?’
She concluded her post: ‘I’m sorry, but can’t I get paid and at my age? to see me in bikini?!? God bless you. Maybe I should open my own account. Oh and those of you who are so judgmental… it sounds like you might already be subscribing to an @onlyfans account. Nice weekend.’
Richards, pictured with her daughter, was quick to show public support for Sami’s OnlyFans venture, saying on Instagram: ‘Sami, I will always support you and always be behind you’
Days after blaming Richards on Sami’s OnlyFans, Sheen spoke out to express his support for her, saying: ‘Now more than ever, it’s essential that Sami has a united parental front to rely on’
Sheen eventually backtracked on his criticism of daughter Sami’s story, telling UsWeekly that his ex-wife convinced him that their child’s new venture might not be as risky or X-rated as he initially thought.
“Denise has highlighted some salient points that I overlooked and rejected in my haste,” said the Two and a Half Men alum.
“Now more than ever, it’s essential that Sami has a united parental front to rely on as she embarks on this new adventure. From this moment on, she will have it in abundance,” he declared.
It’s unknown if Sheen offered his support for his former wife ahead of her own OnlyFans launch, but it’s unlikely any disapproval from the actor would have prevented her from joining.
Indeed, their daughter Sami has continued to post to her account even after her father expressed displeasure at her joining the site — and has shared five images on her page since announcing her OnlyFans ten days ago, including a nearly naked picture of herself. lying on a bed and a provocative photo where she sucks on a red lollipop.
Despite its risqué reputation, OnlyFans has hosted several celebrity users — including Cardi B and Bella Thorne — who often focus on posting softer, more secure work content than many of the other creators on the site.
However, the website became extremely popular during the COVID pandemic, when adult entertainers turned to OnlyFans to make money after the porn industry shut down over fears the virus would spread among the performers.
The website then sparked anger in August last year when it announced it would introduce a ban on “sexually explicit” content — a move that was eventually reversed amid bitter public backlash from users and subscribers alike.