‘Man paid me £10,000 for my toenail clippings – so I bought pizza to celebrate’

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A trans OnlyFans model was paid a whopping £10,000 to send her toenail clippings in the post – before she bought a pizza to celebrate.

Former waitress Alexis Healy makes up to £200,000 a year on OnlyFans – but was stunned at the toe-curling request last month.

And speaking exclusively to Daily Star, the 28-year-old, from Manchester, said: “When the person first messaged me asking about buying them I didn’t think he was being serious.

"I thought he was just saying that he’ll be willing to pay 'a very lucrative amount' for my toenails to try and get some free photos of my toes or something like that.

“I sent him a few images from different angles and then he just sent me £10,000 and I couldn’t believe it, I have never been sent that much at once. I had to keep refreshing the page to make sure that the number was right.

“When I saw how much he sent, I asked if it was a mistake because of how much it was. He was very quick to say that it was worth it and gave me his address to send the toenails to.”

Alexis added: “So I used a little jewellery box that I had to wrap the toenails in with lots of fancy tissue paper.

"The box looked really good, almost like something you might find in Harrods, if Harrods sold toenails.

“I never actually heard from him again after that, he just disappeared not long after I sent them to him in the post.

“I guess he got what he wanted and that was all he needed. I like to think that they might be displayed on top of a nice fireplace somewhere.

“I ordered a pizza that evening but I haven't decided what else to spend the money on just yet.”

Alexis commits at least 10 hours a day to her OnlyFans page – after joining the saucy subscription site 18 months ago.

Other unusual requests include men who have wanted to buy her toothbrush and strands of her hair.

And she said part of her appeal is down to coming out as transgender aged 21.

“There's a huge demand for it on OnlyFans,” she said. “I think some people have a tendency to be secretive about it because liking a transgender person, even on a subconcious level, is still seen as something that should be frowned upon in some places.

“It is vastly popular, I’ve had millions of views and clicks on my social platforms.”

While telling her family was "difficult" – she’s now relishing being her true self.

“I didn’t start growing as a person until I accepted myself, I think it was hard on my family to accept,” Alexis said.

“We haven't spoken much about it in all honesty but they have been able to change the way they think about other people a little bit.

“I think that’s why exposure is so crucial to fighting hateful mindsets.”

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