Jordyn Woods is the latest celebrity to join the adult website OnlyFans.
The former best friend of Kylie Jenner’s announced the news on Instagram on Tuesday, sharing a racy photo and video of herself on the cover of Complex magazine.
The 23-year-old worked with photographer Steven Gomillion for the photo shoot, to kickstart her OnlyFans account.
The X-rated website is subscription based, which has all types of creators using the platform to sell content such as photos or videos.
In the interview with Complex, Woods described herself as “a modern-day Renaissance woman.
“I’m kind of prepared for this moment, but it is scary. It is scary. You just never know how people are going to react to certain things,” she said.
The official OnlyFans Instagram account shared a sneak peek of Woods’ account, revealing the page will feature “exclusive content,” which will offer fans a “chance to connect like never before”.
“Are you ready to explore the world of @jordynwoods?” the post read.
“Well, now you can as she brings her most exclusive content to OnlyFans! Come and join the fun as she continues to wow her fans with sensational content. Jordyn is offering a chance to connect like never before.”
The reality star has since shared five posts on the account, which fans can view for USD$20 a month, or USD$51 for three months.
Prior to announcing her new venture, Woods shared a racy snap on Instagram, posing topless under an outdoor fountain.
Former Disney star Bella Thorne created an OnlyFans account in August, breaking a record on the site by earning $1.39 million on her first day on the paid subscription service.
According to a rep for OnlyFans, the 22-year-old former Disney star is the first content creator on the platform to earn that much money in 24 hours.
However, she was forced to apologise to sex workers following her debut, as they accused her of being responsible for pricing changes.
On August 28, the explicit subscription-platform changed its policies, preventing creators from charging over US$40 for pay-per-view content and capped users from tipping over US$100.
Some members claimed this was in response to Thorne generating over US$2 million (A$2.7 million) just a week after joining the site.
“I wanted to bring attention to the site, the more people on the site the more likely of a chance to normalise the stigmas, and in trying to do this I hurt you,” wrote the Midnight Sun actor.
“I have risked my career a few times to remove the stigma behind sex work, porn, and the natural hatred people spew behind anything sex related. I wrote and directed a porn against the high brows of my peers and managers because I WANTED to help with the stigma behind sex.”
She also apologised for hurting users who have been financially impacted by the new changes and said she was in talks with the website over the new restrictions.
“I am a mainstream face and when you have a voice, a platform, you try to use you in helping others and advocate for something bigger than yourself. Again in this process I hurt you and for that I’m truly sorry,” she wrote.