KERRY Katona defended going topless on adult subscription site OnlyFans saying her kids support her work – and it’s like an actor faking an orgasm in a film.
The TV star addressed her critics on Loose Women today as host Kaye Adams told her: “You know it’s not something I would approve of, but I won’t judge you.”
Kerry, 40, said she had no regrets and was grateful to OnlyFans for pulling her back from the brink of bankruptcy – saying the extra income has now made her a millionaire.
The mum-of-four told viewers: “I’m doing OnlyFans, it’s an over 18 year old site.
“There are actors on TV simulating sex, faking orgasms, then they’re walking down red carpets and they’re loved.
“I show a nipple and I’m ‘obsessed’. Who decides on what is what and what is acceptable?
“I have made a million pound by doing what I’m doing, I’m so open and so out there, and my kids are so okay with it.
“I have made a little empire now for myself, for my children, my children want for nothing now. I crawled my way back from bankruptcy so I don’t care what anyone else says. I’ve done this by myself and I’m really proud.”
Since May 2020 the mum-of-three has been selling sexy snaps at a monthly subscription cost of £17.99.
Despite receiving backlash for her decision, Kerry’s account has become a huge hit and is even making money when she’s catching up on her beauty sleep.
The former Atomic Kitten singer continued to defend her new job, adding: “It’s no different than me walking on a beach. I’ve done photoshoots for all the magazines.
“Every time I go on holiday with my family I go topless, without a doubt. My Max is sat next to me eating a lolly ice, I’ve got my boobs out.
These boobies are mine…
“But the difference with this is I’m posing a little bit different. Now if I was on a beach, a pap would get that picture and get that money and make his fortune, and these boobies are mine! I’m in control of it!”
Kerry spoke out after she clashed with Real Housewives star Tessa Hartmann on Good Morning Britain last month on whether it was right to sell padded bikini tops for young girls.
Kerry was horrified by the “sexualised” swimwear, which is marketed at children as young as nine.
Meanwhile, fashion expert Tessa defended the move – and made personal digs at Kerry as the row got more heated.
Tessa ranted: “There are a lot of things out there that sexualise children, like social media sites like OnlyFans – but when it comes to the modesty of a young girl…”
Kerry laughed as she interrupted: “OnlyFans is an over-18 site, nobody is putting that to a nine-year-old child.”