After one woman's divorce, she made the decision to spend £23,000 on plastic surgery to get more likes on Tinder and has ended up earning £1m a year because of it.
Model Amanda Martin, 26, from Las Vegas, married her former Navy husband when she was 20-years-old.
When she was 23 the pair divorced after mutually agreeing that they had grown apart.
Amanda, who describes her upbringing as "sheltered and innocent", underwent a huge transformation to kick off her new single life.
She hired a personal trainer and went from 13st 3lb to 8st 3lb.
Following her sensational weight loss, Amanda decided to go under the knife to boost her "flat as a pancake" breasts to a curvaceous 32DDD.
Amanda has also had fillers, fat transfer, liposuction procedures, and butt implants to keep herself looking like a 'sexy thick queen', spent £23,322 ($30,000) in total.
The newfound confidence Amanda gained through her transformation encouraged her to share raunchy snaps on Instagram showcasing her enviable figure – with the initial aim to boost her Tinder profile and 'get laid.'
Amanda's Instagram account exploded and she now has 4.3 million followers on the social media platform and her subscription-only content on OnlyFans is equally popular.
The star now shoots adult movies on the site with her boyfriend John Hill, 30.
She now earns a whopping £1,164,121 ($1,500,000) every year from OnlyFans and paid advertisements on Instagram.
Amanda said: "My marriage ended, so I bought some boobies and I hired a personal trainer.
"The way I feel about myself comes from within. I have always thought my inner beauty and personality was awesome. I just like making the outside match how I feel about myself inside already.
"With my newfound confidence, I started to get more into social media and wanted my Tinder to be poppin'.
"I became an Instagram thot before it was a normal common thing. I was just a chick trying to get laid."
She added: "Eventually my Instagram account and modelling career blossomed. I reinvested all my money in growing my brand and social media accounts – shooting all over the United States. This was before the time of OnlyFans.
"I received so much judgement for my Instagram because at the time no one really understood what I was doing. I knew I could turn this into a career.
"Guys were embarrassed to date me. My online persona has always been kind of loud and raunchy. I used my social media to entertain people but closed-minded guys just think you're a thot looking for attention. I almost look at my overly sexual persona to be comedy to me – either way my audience loves it.
"I have millions of adoring fans now. No one says much nowadays other than that they are a 'fan.' I'm pretty sure taken or single men wouldn't really say much to me because I'm kind of intimidating."
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