Shifting gears from being a V8 Supercars driver, Renee Gracie has become one of Australia’s most successful OnlyFans stars. She shares how she made millions in just over a year after becoming an adult star. She also opened up about the strange requests that fans made to her. She has also reached out to Donald Trump’s legal team after she was banned from multiple social media platforms for her explicit content.

Gracie’s OnlyFans journey started in late 2020. She joined the adult content subscription site and shared racy images of herself. Once she started drawing attention, she shared explicit videos for her subscribers to view.

The former racer claims that she made $3,000 in her first week on the site, Daily Mail reported. This set her on her journey to OnlyFans fame. In the 18 months that she has been sharing content on the platform, she claims that she made around $4 million. Catering to her high-paying followers, Gracie often finds herself fulfilling strange requests.

According to the Daily Star, Gracie has had followers asking them to urinate on them. Obliging to the eccentric sexual requests, the star has made videos of her armpits and of herself urinating. She stated that she has not urinated on anyone despite the frequent request by fans.

One outlandish request she is trying to fulfill that of shipping her urine. Gracie says that many of her followers have asked for her urine. Social media stars like Bell Delphine, have previously drawn attention by selling her bathwater. Gracie says that she is trying to find ways of safely selling her urine to make more money.

Aside from her OnlyFans presence, Gracie has around 700,000 followers on Instagram as well. However, earlier this month she was banned from Instagram as well as multiple other popular social media platforms. She claims that she has created a backup account on Instagram that has 29,000 followers.

Gracie claims that the bans on content creators like her harms women who are trying to promote themselves. The popular Australian adult star hopes to join Trump’s class-action lawsuit against Google, Facebook and Twitter. The lawsuit by the former president was filed after his Tweet was believed to have incited the Capitol Hill riot earlier this year.

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