My parents stopped talking to me because of my career – I don’t care, I make £90,000 a MONTH

A WOMAN says her parents stopped talking to her because of her career choice – but she doesn’t care as she makes nearly six figures a month.

Mikaela Testa, 22, earns a whopping £90,000 a month but revealed the rift that had opened up in her family over her unconventional career choices.

Mikaela Testa said her parents would not support her


Mikaela Testa said her parents would not support herPhoto Credit: Social Media
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In an Instagram Q&A this week, a fan asked how her parents reacted to her decision to join OnlyFans.

Mikaela said, “You disowned me and haven’t spoken to me since.”

After joining, Mikaela rose to fame on the adult website and now has more than 2.3 million followers as well as over 720,000 followers on Instagram.

In 2021, Mikaela revealed that she spends more than £2,600 on clothes every week because she “doesn’t like to wear the same thing”.

In the video in which she made the controversial comment, she wore a pair of Air Jordan 1 High OG Twists, which would set you back £1,919.

Commentators were unimpressed to find out how often she shopped for clothes that many branded as “wasteful”.

“Donate your clothes if you don’t wear them twice,” one person wrote.

“It’s so wasteful. We know you are rich, but you should still make a reasonably conscious decision and be held accountable for your actions,” said another person.

“Do you care about the environment?” asked one commenter.

She also made headlines after being arrested on landing from Perth in LA for being “too pretty”.

She told her 2.3million followers that she was arrested by border guards immediately after disembarking from her 20-hour flight.

The adult content creator explained that she “had this sinking feeling in my stomach” that she was in serious trouble.

Mikaela choked back tears and said, “When I gave them my passport…I got reported or something because they put me straight into secondary school.”

“When you are imprisoned, you have no rights; they can confiscate your devices forever.”

She was interrogated about the content on her OnlyFans content and claimed officers searched her phone and revealed cheeky snaps of her in scant clothing.

The brunette bombshell said her visa was “revoked” and she was eventually sent back to Australia due to a discrepancy on her ESTA form.

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Her explosive story stunned social media users as the video quickly racked up nearly two million views in less than 24 hours.

The Australian reassured fans that she arrived home safely and shared a snap of downtown Sydney from her plane window.

The Australian influencer said her parents haven't spoken to her since she switched careers


The Australian influencer said her parents haven’t spoken to her since she switched careersPhoto Credit: Social Media

Edmuns DeMars

Edmund DeMarche is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Edmund DeMarche joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing

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