Mum ‘brings strip club home’ to raise baby while posing in sexy snaps

A mum who is raising her 22-month-old daughter has lifted the lid on her kinky venture on OnlyFans.

Natalie Willmot, who goes by the stage name "Brooklyn Bows", had worked as a stripper in Australia, for nine years.

But when the relationship with her daughter's dad came to an end, the mum decided to try something different.

She lost 10kg and began her own OnlyFans account to finally "bring the strip club" home to her.

Now she performs bizarre requests from men around the world to make ends meet and sometimes has to Google their instructions.

Speaking to Daily Mail, Natalie said: "Stripping was like having training wheels on [but] this has been a huge eye-opener."

Natalie says one man paid to watch her urinate into a container, while another wanted her to wear pregnancy prop and talk dirty.

But that wasn't the weirdest request the mum ever faced on the adults-only subscription site.

She detailed: "I drank a lot of milk and ate a lot, sat on the floor and made myself vomit my putting my fingers down my throat.

"I don't feel weird or grossed out or that I'm doing anything bad. It doesn't arouse me and I am just busy saving the money."

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The mum says her break-up made her feel "scared and alone" which inspired her to try OnlyFans.

She added: "I didn't want my daughter to have a s*** life. I wanted her to have the life she'd have if we had two incomes."

Natalie describes herself as a "crunchy" mum, devoted to living an organic, alcohol-free lifestyle.

She focuses on "elimination communication", a practice that uses signals to address a child's need to urinate.

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