A mother of four who lost her job due to lockdown is now a self-made millionaire – and it all started with a £13,500 investment.
Sara Blake Cheek spent the money on breast augmentation surgery after her salon closed due to the pandemic.
The 32-year-old then started modeling online to make ends meet – before then paying for the cost of the surgery.
And since then, her success has skyrocketed as she invested the money she made from OnlyFans into real estate.
Sara lost her job and business and became a millionaire — and she even starred in Playboy.
The model is now even launching her own brand of alcohol called Sensational Moonshine as she continues with her ambitious business ventures.
“I used my boobs on OnlyFans, which raised the money for this opportunity,” she said The Daily Star.
“So I’m really grateful to my surgeon because I’ve invested £13,500 in breast surgery and made millions that I’ve invested in real estate and now my own liquor company.”
“After getting the cover of FHM and then Playboy, I knew there were no limits. And all the hate that everyday cookie-cutter people have for being a successful model and an OnlyFans creator just gave me more ammunition.
“I wanted to create another revenue stream and I wanted it to bring the majority of people together.”
Sara has even appeared as a sports host on ESPN as she has found both business success and fame.
It has completely changed our lives, for better or for worse
Sara Blake Cheek
She said: “My aim has never been to prove anyone wrong. I really don’t care what people think.
“It underscores my versatility that I’ve found success in a variety of industries, from modeling to sports.
“I’m ambitious, but I also build relationships with people who know who I am personally and not what the Karens and trolls think based on a picture of me on the internet.”
And although some have criticized her move to OnlyFans and she’s even been banned from participating in her kids’ sports games, she’s still proud of what she’s accomplished.
“It completely changed our lives, for better and for worse,” she said.
“In my everyday life there are people who are so hateful that they berate me on the hockey field in front of their children for just existing, and there are women who make every effort to take a picture with me when I’m out to make mine because I inspire them.”