Sign up for Daily Star Hot Topics newsletter for the most exciting real life, fashion and sex tips HOT off the press
A former racing car driver and model has purchased a $1.3million CAD (£761,000) mansion in cash thanks to money she earned on OnlyFans.
The stunning property includes 1.5 acres of land, a cinema room and an air-hanger style garage filled with supercars worth $320,000 CAD (around £187,000).
Renee Gracie from Gold Coast, Queensland, has more than 13.9million followers on the raunchy subscription site and 17,000 on Instagram.
She’s earned a fortune during her time on OnlyFans, which lets you sell access to your sexy photos and videos for a monthly fee.
The 26-year-old's new career has proven to be so lucrative that she achieved her dream of buying a home earlier this year.
She explained: “I was originally looking for more investment properties but not being able to travel, I knew I’d be settling in Australia for a bit so started looking for my dream home."
Renee continued: “I had very specific things in mind when choosing my house.
"I wanted a new property, lots of land, plenty of privacy and enough of a blank canvas to make it my own…
“And of course, lots of garage space. Just because I don’t race anymore, doesn’t mean I don’t love cars.
“I’ve got a 2016 Mustang GT, which has $15,000 worth of modifications on it, a 2019 Mercedes Benz AMG GT and an old Nissan Pathfinder 1999 for camping my collection.
"I’m also thinking about buying a 2022 Chevy Silverado very soon.”
The house is an incredibly impressive property.
Spread over 3760 sq ft, the property features four bedrooms, three bathrooms and an air-hanger style garage where the model keeps her luxurious supercars.
Renee also has grand plans to build a 10m swimming pool, a sunken fire pit, BBQ and smoker.
She lives in the mansion with her boyfriend.
Although she is now a successful model, Renee shot to fame when she became Australia's first full-time female supercar competitor in nearly 15 years back in 2015.
She put her all into racing, but suffered some bad results which lost her funding and she ended her racing career in 2017.
After working for a few years selling cars at a local dealership, the 26-year-old decided to set up her OnlyFans page in January 2020.
In her first week, Renee made $3,000 and is now bringing in around $150,000 a month – and is worth roughly $3.4 million AUD.
Renee said: “Giving up racing was hard at first because it had always been a dream of mine but I had to accept I wasn't good enough and moved on pretty quickly.
“A couple of fans suggested I do OnlyFans and it started from there. I have no regrets at all.”
The model also wants to customise her home.
She noted: “At the moment my shed is being turned into a photography studio and the next project to be built will be a 10m swimming pool, a cabana, a sunken fire pit, bbq, smoker and landscaping.
“In total it’ll probably cost around $90,000 – but this is what I wanted, to be able to put my own stamp on the house.”
In addition to her boyfriend, Renee also shares the luxurious home with her four dogs ≠ Bentley, Levi, Willy and Tank – a cat called Gucci, four chickens (Tender, Omlet, Zinger and Kebab) and two ducks dubbed Mighty and Sir Quacks-A-Lot.
Like what you see? Then fill your boots…
Want to bring a little glamour to your life every day with all the most exciting real-life stories, fashion and even sex tips HOT off the press?
Well, we've got you covered with our great new Hot Topics newsletter – it'll drop straight into your inbox around 7pm and you can unsubscribe whenever you like.
And signing up now means you'll get a front row seat for our great new series inside the lives of the next generation of Daily Star Page 3 girls.
You can sign up here – you won't regret it…
Renee doesn’t have to worry about her home being trashed by big events as she claims she’s not a party girl.
She explained: “I’m not a party girl at all.
“I’ve paid way too much money for people to wreck things.
"Maybe once the pool and cabana have been built I might have a small gathering but I’d rather be with the animals and chilling out.”
Source: Read Full Article