‘Millionaire’ OnlyFans stars brag they spent $ 6,500 renting out a lavish yacht on Hamilton Island – after flying to the vacation destination TWICE in a week because they ‘didn’t like the weather the first time’
- Australian stars of OnlyFans have documented their lavish trip to Hamilton Island
- They visited the tourist destination twice in a week in search of better weather
- Anna Paul told her legion of followers how they spent $ 6,500 on a luxury yacht
- She was accompanied on the hunt by her boyfriend, brother and partner Mikaela Testa
Australian OnlyFans stars have shown off their wealth on social media by revealing how they made $ 6,500 renting a lavish yacht on Hamilton Island after flying to the holiday destination twice within a week.
In a series of Instagram and TikTok posts to her hundreds of thousands of followers, Anna Paul revealed how she returned to the island of Queensland within days after not being impressed by the weather conditions.
Ms. Paul, who is one of Australia’s highest earners on OnlyFans, was joined by her business friend Glen Thomson on the trip. Her younger brother Atis Paul and his OnlyFans star girlfriend Mikaela Testa joined them on the luxury yacht.
“We just got back from Hamilton Island and we’re already going back to Hamilton Island for another vacation – two in a week,” said Paul in a TikTok video showing her dressed in designer clothes.
‘The reason we go twice is because we didn’t like the weather the first time so can we go again? So we’re going on two vacations. And this time the weather is beautiful. ‘
Australian OnlyFans star Mikaela Testa and her boyfriend Atis Paul (pictured together) gave followers a glimpse into their lavish Hamilton Island vacation, including renting a luxury yacht for six hours
Mrs. Paul’s sister Anna Paul (pictured), one of Australia’s highest earners on OnlyFans, was also part of the trip and delighted her followers that they had spent $ 6,500 on renting the yacht
In another TikTok video, Ms. Paul told her legion of followers that she was “so excited” about the six-hour yacht rental, despite showing a receipt that revealed it had cost $ 6,500.
Look how it takes six hours. WTF, ”you hear Mrs. Paul in the video as she points to a copy of the receipt.
Ms. Paul is a top earner on OnlyFans, bringing in a whopping $ 7,000 in her first week of launching the account on the X-rated site and sharing adult content.
Her influencer brother also captured the trip on social media, letting his followers glimpse the lavish home he and his girlfriend were staying in, proudly saying it was ‘three stories high’ and had ‘the best pool on the island’ .
“Even though we just got back from Hamilton Island, we’ve all been wrapped up again because we just can’t get enough,” said Paul in his TikTok video.
“We rented a big yacht this time. We rented a much better place this time as we had to share a bathroom last time and Mik and I never do. ‘
Anna Paul (left) revealed in a TikTok video how they spent $ 6,500 renting the yacht for six hours, posting a copy of the receipt (right)
In the same week, two voyages were made to Hamilton Island in Queensland in search of better weather
Anna Paul was accompanied on the trip to Hamilton Island by her boyfriend Glen Thomson (pictured together left), while her brother Atis was accompanied by his girlfriend Mikaela Testa (pictured together right)
Ms. Testa has previously claimed that she makes $ 162,000 a month by uploading racy selfies and private sex videos to the paid subscription platform OnlyFans.
Her Instagram account has garnered over a million followers and is full of bikini snaps, topless photos, and photos with her social media manager boyfriend.
The Paul siblings and their respective partners all live together in a luxurious waterfront mansion on the Gold Coast, complete with a $ 100,000 stone wall.
Ms. Testa recorded a walk through the three-story ‘dream house’ last month and bragged that the house had ‘huge ceilings, huge hallways and a huge kitchen’.
Her tour of the luxury home showed a private cinema, a waterfront pool, and ‘so many guest bedrooms.’
Paul also showed the ten-car garage, with only two luxury cars parked in it, and the gigantic house.