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OnlyFans model causing Harrow outrage asks for her business to be taken seriously – ‘this is no different to alcohol’

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X-Rated model Eliza Rose Watson, 34, of Hackney and formerly a pre-school teacher, is continuing to fight the backlash against her decision to erect sexualised promotional billboards around London to market her pornographic OnlyFans account.

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Local residents are angry at the advertising (Image: Reach)

The model is ‘frustrated’ that the public do not take her job seriously, as she has been accused of having no right to place such content on billboards out of fear of placing minors at risk.

Eliza said the following: “If people are offended by my ad, I’m assuming they’re also complaining about Ann Summers and Jack Daniels ones. You see ads for gambling, alcohol, sex toys, lingerie, there is no difference between that type of adult-oriented ad and my adult-oriented ad.”

“This is a real business, if a gambling or alcohol company can run their ads, which have far more devastating impacts, why not me?”

She goes on to claim that her aim was “never to offend or be appealing to minors”.

Eliza explained: “I had to carefully consider how I placed the OnlyFans logo on the ad and what image I used, it was very carefully thought out.

“I tested someone else’s mobile phone to see if I could access OnlyFans before I did the ad and I couldn’t. Unless an adult was to give their child access to OnlyFans, they won’t be able to get on the website.”

Her decision to use such advertising methods was a result of changing social media policies, according to her: “Any mention of OnlyFans on social media is discriminated against –  it can get restricted in reach or completely removed. So I said why don’t we just put an ad out offline?”

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