Allie Rae says that for the past nine years, she has been a NICU nurse, but when her husband was furloughed during the COVID-19 pandemic, they looked for additional ways to make money to pay the bills.
“With my husband’s approval, I logged on. I created an account, and before you knew it, I had made more money in one month creating adult content than I was making a month as a nurse,” Allie Rae says.

The mom of three says she now makes between $250,000 and $300,000 a month creating adult content on a subscription platform which has helped her and her husband pay off credit cards and start college funds.
“I am very well aware that there are many people out there who do not support what I’m doing, and I understand and respect that,” Allie Rae says.
Hear how Allie Rae says her online activities affected her nursing career in the video above. Does she have any regrets?
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