Sarah Jayne Dunn claims soap stars have been banned from OnlyFans
Former 'Hollyoaks' actress Sarah Jayne Dunn has claimed soap bosses have made actors sign new contracts banning them from joining saucy site OnlyFans
Sarah Jayne Dunn claims soap actors have been forced to sign new contracts banning them from joining saucy site OnlyFans.
The 'Hollyoaks' star exited the show in 2021 after she was given an ultimatum by her former bosses over her profile on the adults-only service which forced her to choose between keeping her X-rated account or leaving the soap - and she now claims other soap stars are being made to sign new contracts which forbid them from joining OnlyFans.
She told The Sun newspaper: "I know that what happened with all of the soaps is that they had to all sign a new copy of the contract, saying that they wouldn’t do it, that they couldn’t do it.
"Everyone would have left if they didn’t. I think people are curious but people can’t take that step."
She went on to reveal she's had plenty of support from her celebrity pals since she made the decision to leave her high-profile job and continue on OnlyFans.
Sarah added: "There were a load of creators who also reached out to me, like Kerry [Katona] and [Love Island star] Megan Barton Hanson when I joined the platform to say, ‘Well done and good on you for standing your ground’.
"I never doubted my decision once I made it, the complete opposite actually. I got fire in my belly."
When Sarah was forced to leave 'Hollyoaks', bosses claimed that the adult nature of OnlyFans was not appropriate for their teenage audience but she has insisted she is not creating content that is any more racy than when she appeared in lads' magazines and on calendars for the show.
She added to The Sun: "I am not doing anything different to what I used to be doing ... I know where I am at and I am happy with the content that I do.
“I always compare it to the lads’ mags of the Nineties and Noughties - Maxim and FHM. I feel really comfortable with that and I don’t feel the need to push that boundary any further."