In Fort Worth, Texas, there is a 5-bedroom house in the suburbs with a pool and a waterslide in the backyard. It's inhabitants are two teenage daughters, and their OnlyFan Content Creator Parents, Courtney and Nick. If you look at Nick's Instagram, you'll see in his bio "Amateur photographer and DJ for texasthighs Blessed husband of Texas Thighs Yes I am as lucky as any man can be."
Courtney, username Texas Thighs, has 1.2 million followers on Instagram which she uses to funnel her loyal followers to her OnlyFans account. She makes nearly half a million dollars a year creating content for OnlyFans with her "amateur photographer" husband, Nick.
Instagram and TikTok have been the best way for the duo to market the Texas Thighs OF, but they are at constant risk of losing the accounts due to community guideline violations. While her content on those platforms aren't pornographic, the lewd content has ended in dozens of strikes and take downs. Courtney and Nick did the math and estimated they lose about $500-$1,00 per day from posts and accounts that have bee removed. They also deal with people online stealing her photographs to impersonate her and disappointed family members. "Both our parents are not church people, but all of a sudden they're spiritual and sending us bible verses," Nick told NBC.
Courtney is often recognized in their hometown of Fort Worth, but the couple doesn't mind - Their financial security and new lifestyle have made them happier than ever, and they have no plans of stopping. Courtney spends her morning getting her two daughters ready for online school and then taking photos. After the OF content shoots, they then take photos and videos for her social media.
The couple are often asked by family and friends if they have to take that kind of content, others have asked if they allow their two daughters to do the same. "They were like, 'Are you letting the girls post pictures like that?' Well, no, they're teenagers. I'm still me," Courtney said to NBC. The success of the Texas Thighs account changed their lives drastically. Courtney cleaned houses and Nick worked long hours as an account manager. When Nick posted a photo of Courtney doing squats on Instagram, everything changed. Courtney gained 15,000 followers in a month and 100,000 in a year. She is now at 1.2 million. They were able to buy the kinds of houses Courtney used to clean and Nick went from account manager to instagram account manager. But at 80,000 followers, family members started to find out. Courtney claims that some of her family members showed up to her house, cornered her, and tried to intimidate her into quitting. She says she had to call the police to convince them to leave. She said to NBC, "How Dre they come tell me what to do? They don't get to come tell me to stop doing something I'm having fun with." Courtney is still on speaking terms with said family members, and they enjoy seeing her children. Some member, however, have stopped inviting them to family gatherings and group events. Others have come around to the idea and enjoy her new house. Both of her daughters are also supportive of her career. The eldest, a high school senior, thinks it's "annoying" that her mom faces judgements, telling NBC "I don't think there's anything wrong with it. It's just like a model, and I've always thought models were cool." Her husband Nick thinks that people are angry because it flips the script on who profits from a woman's nudity. He drew a comparison to Playboy and how the models that made the company rich made very little profit. "Now we have our own Playboy and it's 'Oh, you can't do that.' Why? Because there isn't a big mansion where a bunch of dudes can sleep with a bunch of chicks? That doesn't seem fair."
Story first reported by YahooNews