A woman has claimed that she makes a whopping £80k per month by selling videos pretending to be a giant on adult site OnlyFans.
Marie Temara measures 6ft 2in, and makes her money from filming herself whacking her leg on to the top of her fridge.
She started on TikTok, but quickly moved to the money-making site.
However, despite being bullied as a child for her height, she now claims to feel “proud” of it now that she's able to make money from it.
The 27-year-old said: “I've started to feel proud of being tall.
“I wore six-inch heels out to a bar with my friends for the first time last year and I felt amazing.
“Everyone looked but I was proud – if people don't like me because I'm tall, that's their problem.
“I always hated being so tall and wished I could be like one of the small girls.
“When I first posted a video saying I was 6ft 2in and weighed 200lb (14st 2lb) I couldn't believe the response – everyone was so positive and lovely.
“I went from being the person who no guy ever wanted to everyone thinking I was good-looking.
“So many girls messaged me privately saying it meant so much for them to have someone to look up to.”
The Florida-native actually isn't the only giant in her family.
Dad Mike measures in at the same 6ft 2in, while her brothers Shane, 26 and Troy, 24, are both a huge 6ft 9in, and both are both basketball players.
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The former accountant turned to Only Fans last year after losing her job and ending her relationship around the same time.
She explained: “Dating was really hard – I used to only look for tall guys. There were a lot of guys who used to say that I was too tall, or height would come up while chatting on a dating site and most of the time, they weren't interested after that.
“I didn't know what to expect (when joining Only Fans) but it blew up and it instantly went viral.
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“I was so shocked – I thought, 'Wow, people actually like this.' So many people commented saying they thought I looked so good and thanked me for sharing, saying they finally have someone they can look up to. I even got my mum and gran to join me for videos, too!
“When I think about how far I have come, it does make me feel emotional. I just don't want any other young girls to feel the way I did and if I can help people feel more confident and proud to be tall, then that means everything to me. I want people to know that it is okay to be different.”
Marie hasn't turned her back on her former accountancy career, however, and plans to start her own business in the near future.
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