Megan Barton Hanson earns £400k in lockdown with OnlyFans and TV deals

Megan Barton Hanson earns £400k in lockdown with OnlyFans and TV deals

Megan Barton Hanson has earned herself a small fortune, having raked in almost £500,000 during lockdown.

The 27-year-old star has racked up the cash by selling exclusive sexy snaps on adult site OnlyFans as well as through her numerous TV and brand deals.

The former Love Island star made a living as a stripper before she found fame on the hit ITV2 show.

Now she is earning the big bucks, thanks to stints on Celebs Go Dating and Ex On The Beach as well as lucrative contracts with big brands like PrettyLittleThing.

Megan’s also teamed up with Ann Summers for her own range of lingerie, Megan Loves, and serves as the firm’s Director of the Pleasure Positivity Project.

This week, the reality star filed the latest accounts for her company MBH Productions Ltd, which were obtained by MailOnline.

It now has £398,125 in cash in the bank, and even after business expenses and liabilities she still had £253,873 in reserve for her accounts up to August 31 last year.

Megan also recently launched her own sex-positive podcast, You Come First, which will no doubt increase her earnings.

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She spent some of her hard-earned cash on purchasing a new home in Essex recently, after it was reported she earns more than £800,000 a month from OnlyFans alone.

Speaking about her earning power on the members-only site, Megan previously told The Sun: "I’m so proud of OnlyFans.

"I knew how much girls I used to work with in the sex industry were making on webcamming, so I thought, ‘Why not?’.

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"I can’t believe how well I’ve done, I’m smashing it.”

She recently slammed OnlyFans’ decision to ban sexually explicit content on their website, saying: “To say I'm disappointed with @onlyfans choice to stop explicit content is an understatement.

“The greed is unreal, using sex workers to make millions and to now cut off the majority of your users, further perpetuating the narrative that sex work is shameful.

“I hope all explicit creators aren't panicking too much please be safe! There are alternative platforms to work from 'adult-work' and @vuepay safely and securely. Please don't compromise your safety and do things you're not comfortable with.

“I can't believe how they have done this with no apology and proper explanation blaming it on 'banking partners' greedy and irresponsible!”

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