After a few days of generating controversy for announcing that she had opened her OnlyFans account, Sami, the young daughter of actor Charlie Sheen, has published her first image on the platform.
According to MailOnline, the photograph of the teenager shows her lying on a bed covering her breasts with her hands, along with her caption: “Kiss me”.
According to information from the same medium, the 18-year-old has already accumulated almost 3,000 fans on the subscription site and charges her followers $19.99 a month to access her images and content, while inviting them to send her messages directly.
The young woman’s publication comes after the ‘Wall Street’ actor lashed out at the mother of his daughter, ‘Wild Things’ actress Denise Richards, 51, whom he divorced in 2006, for allow Sami to join OnlyFans.
This is what the 56-year-old actor told Us Weekly: “This did not happen under my roof. She is now 18 years old and lives with his mother. I do not approve of this, but since I cannot help it, I told him to keep the class, the creativity and Don’t sacrifice your integrity.”
For her part, Sami has said her mother is “extremely understanding” of her choice.
Through an Instagram question and answer session, the young woman said that her parents knew that she had joined OnlyFans: “Yes and my mother is extremely understanding.”
Sami is reportedly doing her content at her mom’s house after briefly living with Sheen.
However, she shocked his TikTok followers in a previous video calling his mother’s house an “abusive home” and a “house from hell.”
“A year ago today: trapped in an abusive home, hated myself, went days without eating or sleeping, was madly depressed, hated school, etc.”
Richards later claimed on SiriusXM’s ‘Jeff Lewis Live’ that life had gotten a little “difficult” since Sami moved into his house.
The actress, who also has 16-year-old daughter Lola with Sheen, said: “Honestly, I have a strained relationship with her. It’s very difficult. I know we’ll go back to who we were, but right now, it’s strained. … I think it’s very difficult to raise teenagers now and especially in Los Angeles when there’s access to everything. We didn’t grow up with Postmates and Uber where you have everything you want.”