Harry Jowsey, who starred in the inaugural season of Netflix’s reality show Too Hot To Handle has claimed he earnt $100,000 from one video posted to OnlyFans.

Harry joined the content-sharing platform in February last year, and recently revealed he made $100,000 over a 24 hour period from sharing a video of him in the shower.

“It gets a little bit like, what’s next? And like, I don’t really care. People were asking for it, so I did it,” the reality star told Kyle and Jackie-O of his choice to join OnlyFans.

He added: “The goalpost keeps moving. People get more like ‘you need to do this, you need to do that”.

“I enjoyed it because I got to connect it with people a little bit more.”

Back in April, Harry revealed that he’d made over a million US dollars on the platform.

“We’re doing really well,” he told Jason Tartick during an episode of the “Trading Secrets” podcast in October 2021. “I don’t have anything to hide and I’m an open book with everyone. … My biggest goal is to have people that were in the same position as me, someone who has achieved some small success, to know that it is possible for you to do it.”

And, in August alone he made $500,000 USD on the platform. “Big month on only fans 😈,” Harry tweeted at the time alongside a photo of him holding an OnlyFans trophy that read “Congratulations Top Earner $500,000”.

Harry is only one of two Australians who have appeared on Too Hot To Handle, he is currently dating the other Aussie, Georgia Hassarati, who appeared in season three of the show.

Some other Australian reality stars who have joined the content platform include Olivia (MAFS), Dom (MAFS), Jessika (MAFS) Edyn (Love Island), Booka (MAFS), Vanessa (Love Island) and Shelby (Love Island).

Olivia recently claimed that she was in the top 0.02% of all OnlyFans creators. “This is now my livelihood. This is now a massive success to me after the six months I’ve had. So, let me be proud of myself, let me celebrate it. Celebrate with me,” she said of her popularity on the platform.

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