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Megan Barton-Hanson shot to fame when she coupled up with now ex boyfriend Wes Nelson and went on to come in fourth place in Love Island’s final in 2018.
The blonde beauty from Essex has done very well for herself after leaving the villa with hosting her own podcast, being offered multiple endorsement deals with brands including PrettyLittleThing and starring on shows such as Celebs Go Dating.
But Megan's bank balance has been unveiled as more than £400,000, which is also due to posting on OnlyFans and the support of her subscribers.
The 27 year old star previously had a career as a stripper before appearing on the show four years ago, and has filed the latest accounts for her firm MBH Productions Ltd, obtained by the MailOnline.
Besides being Ann Summer’s Director of the Pleasure Positivity Project, Megan has also collaborated with the brand for her own range of lingerie named Megan Loves.
It has been reported that the ITV favourite raked in more than £250,000 in her first year coming out of the villa.
According to her latest accounts up to August 31 2020, MBH Productions Ltd had £398,125 in the bank, with over a quarter of a million pounds in reserve.
Megan earns more than £800,000 from OnlyFans alone as she returned to sharing explicit videos and exclusive photos of her body on the website when the coronavirus lockdown hit the UK.
The star is clearly living her best life with having the money to buy her first home in Essex last month.
And she hasn’t stopped there, as Megan launched her sex-positive podcast You Come First, which will only boost her income further.
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Having been a sex worker herself, the podcast presenter recently spoke out on OnlyFans’ decision to ban sexually explicit content on their website, which they have now backtracked on.
"I can’t say I’m not disappointed," she shared with I newspaper.
"I have always backed OnlyFans, I felt it was amazing to see a site that celebrated allowing people to do what they want with their bodies.
“OnlyFans has also been a really safe and effective way to earn a taxable income, and I am definitely worried content creators might resort to more dangerous ways to make money if this income is at risk."
Megan went on to add: "There’s a real community on my page and I have always wanted to create a safe space for women and men alike where they can be themselves.”
Plans for explicit content to be banned from OnlyFans has now been scrapped as they said in a statement on Twitter: "Thank you to everyone for making your voices heard. We have secured assurances necessary to support our diverse creator community and have suspended the planned October 1 policy change. OnlyFans stands for inclusion and we will continue to provide a home for all creators.”
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