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MAFS UK's Gemma admits she gets very unusual requests from horny OnlyFans users

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Married at First Sight UK star Gemma Rose has opened up about joining OnlyFans.The tattooed beauty found fame on the current series of the E4 social experiment and is now charging fans £14 ($15.99) a month to access her raunchy snaps.She tied the knot with husband Matt Murray after meeting at the alter, but things didn't work out between the pair.READ MORE: MAFS UK's Gemma teases raunchy OnlyFans content and 'confirms' racy foot fetish snapsSince leaving the show, the salon owner has revealed she's joined the adult subscription service.Speaking about joining the over-18 platform, Gemma told Daily Star: "I've always wanted to do it."I felt like doing it before but what's the point for such a small viewing and the financial gain would have been very low."I'm a Tinder girl, I'm a modern woman and modern women like me have been sending nude pictures to the guy they've been speaking to for about 10 years."Now I've got a big following on there so financially it's incredible and life-changing."I've got no plans to do any more TV shows so why not do OnlyFans when its something I do anyway?"I'm not making content around my children and not making content everyday, just once every couple of weeks.

If its not for you just walk on by.""I do have a good income regardless but I'm not ashamed of doing OnlyFans on the side."I've had a few odd messages, nothing too crazy but I've been like 'I can't believe you find that sexy'."During her time on the show, Gemma was criticised by her husband Matt Murray for being "too much" as she confessed being a sexual woman.She was seen on the show making the odd cheeky sexual innuendo and has since hit back at the negative comments.The businesswomen said: "I don't see what the big deal is?

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