How a notorious party house influencer fed up with his playboy lifestyle after breaking up with his girlfriend embraces gated community living and the privacy he’s always craved
- Party boy Jackson O’Doherty opens up about his mental health struggles
- The millionaire scammer says he has ended his party ways
- He split last year with OnlyFans co-star Maddie Bell and sold his house
Millionaire scammer Jackson O’Doherty says he has turned over a new leaf after selling his Playboy Mansion 2.0 after splitting from OnlyFans co-star Maddie Bell.
The Gold Coast social media star has amassed millions of followers and for nearly a decade lived the life of a party boy, even transitioning into the realm of porn.
However, the YouTuber, who often refers to himself as the ‘prank god’, sold his dream mansion on the Gold Coast last year to move to the nearby community of Calmutter Shores after splitting from girlfriend Maddie Bell.
O’Doherty said moving to Calmwater Shores finally gave him privacy; Something he was starting to crave due to the huge number of people who knew where he lived and knocked on the door regularly.
The former boy also recently underwent treatment for chronic back pain stemming from years of his intense partying lifestyle.
Social media star Jackson O’Doherty opened up about mental health struggles and selling his playboy mansion to move to a gated community after splitting with his OnlyFans co-star Maddie Bell (Pictured: Jackson & Maddie)
The scammer has garnered millions of followers across multiple social media platforms, and for almost a decade lived the life of a party boy, even turning to porn, but says he has fallen back on his party lifestyle
“It was a beautiful character building year for me last year,” said Mr O’Doherty. realestate.com.
“A lot of people don’t understand and make assumptions about PR, that it’s not as legitimate as normal relationships…but that’s definitely not the case. We loved each other and had so much fun, but the relationship ended.
Together, O’Doherty and Belle managed to raise about $4 million through subscriptions to their OnlyFans site during the height of Covid.
The fortune he and Bill amassed helped him purchase the gated community estate for $1.25 million and the “Playboy Mansion 2.0” for $2.9 million.
YouTube said he was excited to sell the house after the split and because of his ongoing struggles with his mental health.
“I got a little tired of all the partying, where there were hundreds of people around, and I had to wonder who was real and who wasn’t,” he said.
“Most people have always been good to me and I’ve never really had problems or drama with anyone.”
The party house sold for $3.1 million in the middle of last year to Megan and Stephen Parrilla, co-founders of the adult store Naughty But Nice.
The property features a wrap-around pool, tennis court and an octagonal central banquet room.
The Youtuber said he became excited to sell the house he called Playboy Mansion 2.0 after the split and due to ongoing struggles with his mental health (pictured: ‘Playboy Mansion 2.0’)
The party house sold for $3.1 million in the middle of last year to Megan and Stephen Parrilla, founders of the adult store Naughty But Nice.
The social media star’s move into real estate comes after he underwent surgery for back pain last year and said he is now in great physical shape and feeling ‘mentally great’.
“It all started to come together again. I was very patient and stuck with healthy habits for a while. I gave up on partying,” he said.
He’s now settled into a home in a gated community home and he had a message for those struggling with mental health, “Don’t ignore it, get help.”
“If you don’t have close family members to talk to, talk to a friend, or see a doctor, try talking with a therapist,” O’Doherty said.
This does not mean that you are crazy. This does not mean that you are weird. This does not mean that you are different
I did a lot of treatment. I’ve been on antidepressants before. I’ve been through a lot of things of my own that people don’t know about behind closed doors. It happens to the best of us.
Traumas happen in life. People go through things. That’s why I encourage anyone to ask for help, talk to someone, get it off your chest, it’s better than keeping it.
O’Doherty has now moved into a gated community and is spreading the message to those struggling with mental health not to ignore it but to seek help.