Toni Storm has raked big money in just hours of launching her OnlyFans account. The former WWE diva joined the bandwagon following in the footsteps of the likes of Scarlett Bordeaux and Chelsea green and launched her page on the adult website on March 19, charging subscribers $19.99 a month.
Storm described herself as "Badass Wrestler with the Best Ass. Phat Ass Aussie" on her landing page.
Interestingly, Storm’s future move was a hot topic amongst fans after she signed a 90-day non-compete agreement which ultimately meant that she’d be a free agent by the end of March this year.
Previously, the 26-year-old professional wrestler uploaded a snapshot on Instagram teasing new “exclusive content” on social media.
For the unversed, Storm was born in Auckland, New Zealand, on October 19, 1995 and later moved to Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia with her mother when she was four. This was the time when her parents had separated. She discovered WWE on television while living on the Gold Coast, and developed an interest in wrestling.
The then-athlete ventured into WWE in the summer of 2017 as she appeared in the Mae Young Classic. She proceeded to win the tournament the following year and also secured the NXT UK Women’s Title. Following a brief stint at NXT, Storm became a permanent fixture on WWE's main roster on July 9, 2021.
On the Christmas eve episode of SmackDown, she challenged Charlotte Flair for the SmackDown Women’s Championship in an unsuccessful bid. Shortly after her defeat, she reportedly left the franchise.
There were reports that after appearing at a live event, the star flew home at her own expense, thereby leaving the WWE scrambling.
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