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I make £5,000 per month pretending to have broken legs

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Fake injuries are apparently very lucrative (Picture: Chloe Welsh/SWNS)

‘I thought, well I’d been in a cast before, so why not?’ says Chloe Welsh.

Controversially, the 36-year-old model has made a small fortune by pretending to have broken legs. 

After joining OnlyFans during the first Covid lockdown, Chloe received an usual request: she was asked to film content with her leg in a cast.

Having previously broken both of her feet after falling out of a taxi back in June 2017, Chloe had everything she needed to appease her follower.

Now, she spends hours making her own casts from plaster of Paris and takes similarly unusual requests from her dedicated followers on the adult content site.

‘It’s quite hard and it’s a nightmare getting it off, but it’s such good money,’ she says. ‘I’ve even got crutches to go along with the look now, it’s really taken off.’

Spoiler alert – her leg isn’t really broken (Picture: Chloe Welsh/SWNS)

Chloe has been asked to take pictures pretending her neck and legs are broken, and she’s also been asked to wear a full body cast – which she says she would only do for a lot of money.

She earns around £5,000 per month just from fulfilling the niche fantasies – but along with other, more traditional requests, she says she makes a staggering £40,000 from creating content.

It’s perhaps not a surprise then that Chloe isn’t planning to give up her money-spinner any time soon.

‘I’ve always been asked to do weird stuff, I’ve been chained down to chair and tickled, I’m pretty open minded.

‘I could never earn that kind of money from a normal job, and I think I could carry on doing it forever really.

‘People seem to be into the whole MILF thing too so in a way it’s easier to make money the older you get.’

The content creator makes thousands each month (Picture: Chloe Welsh/SWNS)

Although Chloe admitted that being asked to perform in a cast is ‘bizarre’, she believes it stems from ‘the whole damsel in distress fetish’.

And her hunch may not be that far off according to the experts. ‘This fetish is not so much about wanting to see women in pain but rather about the vulnerability that the cast or neck brace suggests, and the fantasy of nurturing or caretaking,’  says sex therapist Melissa Cook, who works with FunwithFeet.

Melissa, who has a doctoral degree in psychology with specialised training in sex therapy, told Metro.co.uk that medical fetishes are ‘pretty common’ and often include some form of doctor and nurse role play.

‘The attraction can stem from power dynamics, empathy, and the desire to explore medical or injury role-play scenarios.

She added: ‘Also note that fetishes are highly individual, and what one person finds appealing about casts and braces might be completely different from another’s perspective.’

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