Stunning jockey-turned-OnlyFans star reveals incredible earnings are enough to go full-time and hits back at trolls | The Sun

FORMER jockey Libby Hopwood has hit back at trolls after joining OnlyFans.

The 36-year-old has been criticised since the career switch but has been making good money since the changing lanes.

A shocking injury brought Libby's jockeying career to a premature end in 2014.

She suffered a bad fall and was left with a broken collarbone, a fractured shoulder blade, a fractured vertebrae and bleeding on the brain.

But the Aussie bounced back and turned her hand to broadcasting by working as a tipster for Sky.

And now she gives betting tips wearing lingerie on OnlyFans and refuses to let critics discourage her.


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Libby told the Courier Mail: "It's been a learning process to deal with it. Some comments still get to me. When I launched with OnlyFans I did a podcast and they came after me pretty hard.

"They said I was using my body to get traction and whatever else. I'm a 30-year-old woman. I'm going to be having sex. I'm in a long-term relationship. It's nothing to write home about.

"Everyone can do what they want to do. Racing was my bread and butter. It's harder in racing as it's an old school mentality and when I launched my site I had a backlash from some people. I do make a habit of not looking for negative comments."

The Aussie adds that the cash she receives from the £12-a-month subscription she charges is more than enough to keep her going.

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Libby said: " just want to create a place where people can do what they want to do and not get attacked by anonymous bots.

"It was literally to dip your toe in and see what happens,' Hopwood said.

"I have been amazed about the feedback and how well it's done. It's doing enough that it could be my entire income if I wanted."

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