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Ex-Mormon OnlyFans star says she’s been ‘exiled’ over raunchy photos

A former Mormon who became a Fans only star after leaving the church claims she and her family have been ‘banished’ by the local community – including her own friends and relatives – because of her raunchy online career.

Skyler, 39, of North Californiaturned her back on the congregation in 2018, after being a member for more than ten years, after being dissatisfied with her practices.

The religion has some very strict rules, including no sex before marriage, no pornography or same-sex relationships, such as no liquor, cigarettes, coffee or gambling.

Mormons are also required to adhere to a strict dress code, which requires all members to always maintain a ‘clear standard of modesty’ while prohibiting clothing that is ‘tight’ or ‘revealing’.

Free from restraint after leaving the church, Skyler decided to explore her sexuality – uploading steamy photos of herself on Instagram, where she now has 168,000 followers. An OnlyFans account of $ 15 per month with even more explicit content soon followed.

A former Mormon-turned-OnlyFans star says she and her family have been ‘banished’ by their community because of their hectic online careers

The woman, known only as Skyler, joined the Mormon Church after she married her husband, who was already a member, but she says the 'rigid' rules took a toll on her marriage

The woman, known only as Skyler, joined the Mormon Church after she married her husband, who was already a member, but she says the ‘rigid’ rules took a toll on her marriage

Skyler (pictured during a pioneer parade of the Mormon Church), now 39, says the church's strict regulations left her in a 'sex-less marriage' and made her and her husband constantly quarrel.

Skyler (pictured during a pioneer parade of the Mormon Church), now 39, says the church’s strict regulations left her in a ‘sex-less marriage’ and made her and her husband constantly quarrel.

In 2018, more than ten years after joining the Mormon faith, Skyler (pictured in the pink skirt) decided to leave next to her husband, saying it had greatly improved her relationship.

In 2018, more than ten years after joining the Mormon faith, Skyler (pictured in the pink skirt) decided to leave next to her husband, saying it had greatly improved her relationship.

It was not until a follower asked for more explicit content that he was willing to pay for that the mother-of-two set up an OnlyFans page in March 2020.

However, her new career did not go well with her former congregation – or her new neighbors and friends, many of whom are still members of the Mormon Church.

“As a family, we are excluded,” Skyler told Jam Press.

‘I came to the Mormon Church because my husband was a part of it at the time, but we left after being frustrated by the rigidity of the religion and having to devote so much of our time and money to it.

‘No vices were allowed. No drinking, no smoking.

‘Only sugar could. The amount of bacteria we ate saw both of us gaining weight and it had a knock-on effect on our marriage.

‘It became a sexless marriage. I stopped looking good for my husband.

‘We also had a ton of arguments about giving ten percent of our income to the church.

As part of her newly found sexual freedom, Skyler decided to start posting explicit content on Instagram and OnlyFans - after first blocking anyone she could from within the church

As part of her newly found sexual freedom, Skyler decided to start posting explicit content on Instagram and OnlyFans – after first blocking anyone she could from within the church

However, a mother of one of her daughter's friends discovered her Instagram page and spread the word about Skyler's risque online persona

However, a mother of one of her daughter's friends discovered her Instagram page and spread the word about Skyler's risque online persona

However, a mother of one of her daughter’s friends discovered her Instagram page and spread the word about Skyler’s risque online persona

She says the woman called her and 'closed shame' on her photos before telling Skyler that her daughter was no longer welcome in her house

She says the woman called her and ‘closed shame’ on her photos before telling Skyler that her daughter was no longer welcome in her house

‘They teach you secret handshakes and guide you through the three levels of heaven, which funny enough correlates with giving more of your money and baking more cookies.

‘It was crazy and we had to get out of there.

‘Being a Mormon had taken things down for me as a woman and as a mother. It was time to do something for myself, my family and my marriage.

‘As soon as we left, we smoked a big joint and had the best sex we’ve had in years.’

Skyler was sent to her family and friends after a mother of one of her daughter’s friends found her site.

She said: ‘I have always admired women who are not afraid to show off and have fun. It’s what I secretly wanted [as a Mormon] but did not really know how to do.

‘When I started my Instagram account, I tried my best to block people from seeing me. I went through my entire friend and family list.

‘But one day my messages appeared on the exploratory page, where my daughter’s mother’s friend saw me.

'I was also shot by other moms when I went and watched my kids softball and once even cried in a hair salon after the hairdresser said she did not agree with what I was doing,' she said

'I was also shot by other moms when I went and watched my kids softball and once even cried in a hair salon after the hairdresser said she did not agree with what I was doing,' she said

‘I was also shot by other moms when I went and watched my kids softball and once even cried in a hair salon after the hairdresser said she did not agree with what I was doing,’ she said

Skyler's husband also got into a fight, with the mother of two revealing that one of his friends called him and 'shouted' over Skyler's online profile

Skyler’s husband also got into a fight, with the mother of two revealing that one of his friends called him and ‘shouted’ over Skyler’s online profile

Despite the setback, Skyler insists she is not doing anything wrong, while also pointing out the people who are still members of the church but secretly committing adultery

Despite the setback, Skyler insists she is not doing anything wrong, while also pointing out the people who are still members of the church but secretly committing adultery

“There are countless false partners in this city and yet we are the villains,” she said

‘She called me up and said my Instagram was not “appropriate”. I felt ashamed.

‘She said then that she would not send her daughter to our house anymore.

‘It broke my heart to see that a decision I made made my daughter so hurt.

‘I was also repulsed by other mothers when I went and watched my kids softball and once even cried in a hair salon after the hairdresser said she did not agree with what I was doing.

‘My friend of 40 years’ friend found it too – he called and started ringing the phone. We are completely banished. ‘

Skyler’s husband added: ‘The mother who forbade her children to come to our house is ridiculous. What we get as two consenting adults has no effect on the children.

‘There are countless deceptive couples in this city and yet we are the villains.

‘We are honest with our sexual desires and communicate with each other about what we want.

Despite the controversy, Skyler has no regrets about her choice - and says OnlyFans has done wonders for her marriage

Despite the controversy, Skyler has no regrets about her choice – and says OnlyFans has done wonders for her marriage

She says her husband has incredible support from her OnlyFans account, for which she charges a $ 15 monthly subscription fee

She says her husband has incredible support from her OnlyFans account, for which she charges a $ 15 monthly subscription fee

She says her husband has incredible support from her OnlyFans account, for which she charges a $ 15 monthly subscription fee

'I would much rather explore this avenue and have a better marriage with my husband than go along with the people in this Bible-belt city,' 'she said.

‘I would much rather explore this avenue and have a better marriage with my husband than go along with the people in this Bible-belt city,’ ‘she said.

“Just because their wives give them nothing, the blame should not be laid at our doors.”

Despite the backlog, Skyler has no regrets about her choice – and says OnlyFans has done wonders for her marriage.

Skyler added: ‘My husband has been my biggest supporter and without him being so encouraging and great, this would not have happened.

‘After being a housewife for so many years, I now feel sexy and liberated.

‘My husband is turned on because he has a hot female fetish and the idea of ​​other men wanting to join me gets him started.

‘When we think of a raging caption together, it makes up for our conversation in the bedroom.

‘Only fans have added anything to our marriage.

‘I would much rather explore this avenue and have a better marriage with my husband than go down the line with people in this Bible belt city.’



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