Expelled Congressman George Santos Launches OnlyFans Page for $29.99/Month

Former Congressman George Santos has found a new source of income in the form of an OnlyFans page

Published Time: 20.06.2024 - 19:31:05 Modified Time: 20.06.2024 - 19:31:05

Former Congressman George Santos has found a new source of income in the form of an OnlyFans page.

On Wednesday, June 19, the 35-year-old ex-politician — who served 11 months as a U.S. representative in 2023 before being expelled from Congress — announced his new account, which lists a subscription price of $29.99 per month.

“The moment you've all been waiting for!,” he wrote in a post on X (formerly known as Twitter). “Only on #OnlyFans will you get the full behind the scenes access to everything I'm working on. see ya all there!"

Following some backlash, Santos shared another post on X to explain that there was no adult content on his page, adding that he just “wanted to stir the pot.”

“Ok y’all got your panties in a bunch…,” he wrote. “The only fans is Not adult content. I decided to go with only fans because I wanted to stir the pot. Folks need to stop being so sensitive…”

Santos’ OnlyFans side hustle comes after he announced back in March that he was running for Congress again — a plan that ultimately didn't stick.

“New York hasn’t had a real conservative represent them since I left office arbitrarily, thanks to RINO, empty suits like @nicklalota,” Santos wrote on X at the time,re -

ferencing the "Republican in Name Only” acronym.

“After a lot of prayer and conversation with my friends and family, I have made a very important decision that will shake things up,” continued Santos. “Tonight, I want to announce that I will be returning to the arena of politics and challenging Nick LaLota, for the battle over #NY1.”

The following month, Santos abandoned his independent congressional bid, writing, "I don't want to split the ticket and be responsible for handing the house to Dems."

Santos was expelled from the House of Representatives on Dec. 1 by a vote of 311-114. The rare move came after he was indicted on felony charges in May 2023, following an investigation into his financial disclosures and alleged false claims he made while running for Congress.

Santos was initially charged with seven counts of wire fraud, three counts of money laundering, one count of theft of public funds and two counts of making materially false statements to the House of Representatives. In October, he was charged with 10 additional counts, including identity theft and falsification of records.

He has pleaded not guilty to all charges.

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