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Webcam model earns $9,000 a month mocking and bullying men

“It’s their kink to be ridiculed and to give away their money."

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This webcam model earns up to $9,000 (£8,000) a month by bullying men online.

In April 2020 Jennifer Love, 25, was between jobs as a waitress when COVID-19 lockdowns happened. A friend joked that she should start selling pictures of her feet.

She now charges £40 ($45) for a 10-second video of her feet and £150 ($170) for a personalized three-minute video where she insults her clients.

She makes around £4,000 ($4,540) during a quiet month - and double that in a good one.

For 10-minute 'PayPig' sessions, where Jennifer has private calls with clients who send her money, she can make over $1,000.

A PayPig is someone who enjoys sending money to be humiliated and mocked.

Jennifer, from Reading, UK, said: “A lot of people have criticized me saying I’m taking advantage of vulnerable men and that I should be ashamed."

“It’s their kink to be ridiculed and to give away their money.

“I love the freedom I get from my work, I can work as little and as often as I want and I feel empowered.”

She only has to work between two and three hours a night.

Webcam model Jennifer Love. Screenshot via SWNS YouTube)

Sometimes Jennifer spits onto the web camera, pretending it’s her client's face.

She said: “I go into bed on a Friday and Saturday night in all my make-up, watch TV and just wait for the punters to roll in.

“I have to mock and ridicule them and to be honest it’s all pretty PG.

“I call them pathetic, that I’m too good for them and that they should give me all their money.”

Jennifer gets most of her business at the weekends when men come home drunk from nights out.

“I have a lot of older businessmen and also younger men who have too much time on their hands.

“I once even had a woman client, I was very shocked I didn’t expect to see a female on the other side of the camera.”

(Screenshot via SWNS YouTube)

Jennifer works for a webcam agency called Off The Record which brings her greater protection and safety from unwanted and unwarranted requests.

The company even provides women with therapy.

She added: “I don’t do anything I don’t feel comfortable with...for me, that is anything below the waist.

“I’m in a relationship and my partner is very supportive of what I do.

“We have been together for a year and a half and he asks me how my days has been and what I’ve been up to.

“I was so worried he wouldn’t take it well.”

Jennifer started by keeping it secret from her family and friends but now everyone except her grandparents know.

She said: “Obviously my mum would rather I became a brain surgeon but the most important thing for her is that I’m happy.

“My dad is not impressed with it at all but we still talk.”

Before becoming a camgirl, Jennifer said she had no self-esteem and low confidence but has never felt so good in her own skin.

She hopes to own her own agency so she can support other women in the industry.

“People say we’re forced into this work because we have no other options but it’s not what people think it is.

“It’s a choice and we do it because we want to and we enjoy it, it’s empowering.”

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