‘Edibles, cocaine and molly’: Young Only Fans millionaire claims she has schizophrenia after ‘every afternoon’ drug use from age 16
- Mikaela Testa told her 1.2 million Instagram followers that she has schizophrenia
- The 20-year-old said she had been abusing drugs for three years between the ages of 16 and 19
- Ms. Testa earns a living by sharing snappy photos with subscribers on site OnlyFans
A millionaire who told OnlyFans star about her schizophrenia diagnosis after years of drug abuse as a teenager.
Mikaela Testa told her 1.2 million Instagram followers on Tuesday evening that she is suffering from serious mental health problems after using a cocktail of illegal substances between the ages of 16 and 19.
The 20-year-old Gold Coast influencer, who earns more than $ 162,000 monthly by selling X-rated content online, said she took ecstasy, cocaine and cannabis-infused foods every day.
Pictured: OnlyFans porn star Mikaela Testa, who has millions of online sex videos uploaded
“When I was 16 to 19 I used a lot of drugs,” she told her followers.
“I don’t mean something crazy like heroin or crack … I’m just talking edibles, cocaine and molly and all.”
Ms. Testa said that using drugs ‘every afternoon’ made her ‘very unhealthy’ and ‘mentally unstable’.
“I actually have mental illness that I get from taking these drugs so regularly, such as schizophrenia.”
“That’s something the new folks (followers) wouldn’t know, yes I have schizophrenia.”
Ms. Testa (pictured) told her 1.2 million on Tuesday that she used drugs frequently as a teenager
Ms. Testa (pictured) said she was hanging out with rappers and ex-boyfriends who were bad influences
Ms. Testa added that the friends she had at the time, including ‘ex-boyfriends and rappers’, were bad influences.
The shocking statement was prompted by fans who sent her direct messages asking about her past substance habits.
The young model, who uses social media to document her extravagant lifestyle, made her fortune by uploading snappy photos and private sex videos to the paid subscription platform OnlyFans.
In February, she used TikTok to lash out at trolls who spam her with comments to “ get a real job. ”
Mikaela Testa (pictured) has defended her decision to become an OnlyFans star claiming it’s a real job
She said, “Just because it’s not the kind of job you’d most like to do, or it’s not hard work by your standards, doesn’t mean it’s not a real job.”
“Not everyone is capable of hard work.”
Ms. Testa revealed in 2020 that she has spent $ 1.4 million in 12 months, of which $ 281,000 in November alone.
She moved into a Gold Coast townhouse with her boyfriend Atis Paul, 19, in December 2020.
The pair were mocked online and accused of showing off their wealth by their social media fans on a virtual tour of the ten-car garage.
Mrs. Testa moved into a Gold Coast mansion in December 2020 with her boyfriend Atis Paul, 19, (pictured together)
The tour of the luxury home showed a private cinema, a waterfront pool, and “ so many guest rooms. ”
“It has always been my dream to have a house like this, it literally has an elevator and three floors,” explains Testa.
“When I was a kid, I was so ashamed of my house because I lived in government homes … I’m so grateful and happy to be able to achieve something like this.”
The couple share the mansion with 21-year-old Anna, Mr Paul’s influencer sister, and her boyfriend Glen Thomson.
What is Schizophrenia?
‘Schizophrenia’ is a term used to describe a mental illness that can affect a person’s perception of reality and behavior.
It affects about 1 in 100 people in Australia and can cause serious disability if left untreated.
People with schizophrenia report the following symptoms:
Unusual ideas or beliefs about themselves or the world, some of which can be frightening.
– Hearing sounds or voices that other people cannot hear, or see images that others cannot see (known as hallucinations).
– The feeling that others are in control of their body or thoughts.
Problems with thoughts that get scrambled so that it can be difficult to understand what people are saying or to express themselves clearly to other people.
Behaviors that other people may find strange.
Source: Health Direct