Kinky couple get naked online to help ill dad who cant walk

A married couple who flog nude snaps online hope that stripping off on camera will help them to be able to pay for a "dream" home for a family member battling cancer.

The pair, known as "Tee and Micks" online, but otherwise called Terri and Michael Martin, earn around £10,000 a month on OnlyFans.

Following a chat during the Covid-19 lockdown Terri decided to join the subscription channel, even though her mum compared joining the site to "prostitution".

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Terri, 29, soon realised that she'd be able to double her earnings if she brought her husband into the mix too.

Now the couple describe themselves as the "most popular" users with Yorkshire swingers, and have thanked OnlyFans for helping their income to dramatically increase.

The pair, who have been together for 12 years, formerly lived in West Yorkshire but now live in Bristol.

They pose for their saucy snaps by dressing up in neon underwear, a Tarzan and Jane costume and also "love" keeping their customers satisfied by fulfilling their personal requests.

The duo, who appear as "Tee and Miks" on OnlyFans, charge £12.99 per person for followers to have access to their page every month.

Keen fans can also opt to pay £124.70 for a year's subscription to their channel.

Terri told Yorkshire Live the couple are now more financially secure, and they even hope to retire by the time they turn 40.

Even though they've proved hugely popular with site users, the pair had to recently reduce the amount of content they post on the subscription site as Michael's dad became unwell.

Michael, 32, said the couple have been focusing on helping his 59-year-old dad after he battled sepsis, two heart attacks and two cancer diagnoses.

His father, who lives on the same street as the couple with his mum, is now battling bowel cancer.

Michael said: "We are still doing great on OnlyFans, but now we want to grow even bigger.

"Now, this [doing OnlyFans] is not just for us to be better off but as my dad is very ill.

"He had to give up work as doctors won't let him work due to his health, even though he would love to work.

"We call him our alien because he's been strong and survived so much. He keeps fighting but we know he won't be around forever.

"It has put pressure on us. He lives two doors away so it helps a lot that we are so close."

The OnlyFans and TikTok user told of how he hopes to buy his parents home and give it a makeover, so it's easier for them to get around.

He also said that his mum is disabled, and he doesn't think it's likely that his father will "ever walk again".

Michael added: "The plan is to buy them their house and to do it up for them so they can live comfortably. I know it will help them a lot.

"They can live the rest of their life in peace and not worry about the house."

The couple hope to rake in around £100,000 to be able to help Michael's parents.

Terri wanted their dedicated followers to know that she would "never beg" for money, and wants them to continue to find the content enjoyable too.

The mum-of-one said: "The way I see it is that the customers are getting something in return this way.

"We are not a charity and don't want charity, it will be a transaction so the followers can get something too."

Michael, who previously worked as a courier driver, said: "We wouldn't be able to do all of this without OnlyFans.

"We wouldn't be able to do this with our former regular jobs – be financially stable and help them too."

Discussing how the couple run their OnlyFans account, he added: "I don't think people realise how much work goes into it.

"People who hear about OnlyFans think you can just join and the next thing you will be a millionaire – it doesn't work like that.

"Yes you can make good money on it but it takes a lot of work. We work 40 hours a week to get content out.

"We are very aware it is different to manual labour and it is so much better than our jobs before.

"We get a lot of people asking how they got into it.

"I always tell people it is good to do but you have to be prepared to not make much money at first at all.

"You just have to keep going and build your profile and you will get there.

"If you want to start, set yourself a goal and keep pushing and pushing – it’s definitely doable."

Now the couple hope to develop their online presence as much as they can so they can retire before they turn 40, and live a "comfortable life."

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