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Shanna Moakler is ready to “have some fun” on her newly launched OnlyFans account.
Page Six can exclusively reveal that the former Playboy model has signed with Unruly Agency to launch her account on the racy adult content platform.
“I’m not going to get too crazy just yet, but I’m definitely going to have some fun,” Moakler teased to Page Six. “I want to show all different facets of my life, so I’m going to be showing things from me doing yoga, taking people on set, cooking, all things that I like to do that’s fun and do it in a sexy fun way.”
However, she won’t necessarily be going down the NSFW path that some OnlyFans accounts have pursued.
“I’m really staying true to who I am as a person and what I’m comfortable with,” 46-year-old Moakler shared. “I’m very comfortable with nudity. I always have been being a former Playmate, being in Maxim … I’m not trying to get crazy in my career now at my age, but I’m definitely willing to have some fun and make it a great experience for everybody.”
Moakler’s boyfriend, Matthew Rondeau, is supportive of the model’s new venture.
“He’s amazing. He and I talked about it a lot and I told him I wouldn’t do it if he didn’t support it, and he’s been super supportive,” she shared with us. “He’s actually been helping me edit my content and he’s tried to help me with pictures I should use. I’m really thankful to have someone who’s supportive.”
Unruly Agency founder Tara Electra also told Page Six she couldn’t wait to sign Moakler to her company.
“When I saw Shana Moakler online I knew I could reignite the fire even greater behind her online brand as a whole,” Electra said in a statement. “She has such a bright and beautiful personality that shines through when you meet her in person, which if captured in the right way can engage new audiences across the internet to grow her an even greater presence online.”
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