I found fame on MasterChef but ditched cooking for OnlyFans – I make more money but am glad my dad isn't alive to see it | The Sun

ONE MasterChef contestant has admitted she scrapped the job after finding fame when she realised the job paid badly, turning to an adult site to make money instead.

Paige Jimenez was only 17 when she made an appearance on the US version of the cooking show.

She came in 19th place, but was praised by Gordon Ramsay for being brave enough to compete on the show at such a young age.

The TV chef told her she had a bright future ahead in the culinary world, but Paige soon hung up her apron when she realised her cooking career only paid $20 per hour.

The telly star has now raked in thousands of dollars by signing up to OnlyFans, where she posts racy pictures of herself.

Subscribers can access her content for five dollars a month, and she even participates in video calls with special fans.

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She told the Daily Star: "I am pretty open. If someone wants to FaceTime and have a cheeky interaction for five minutes, that’s fine with me.

"Growing up in Hawaii, I’ve always been very provocative and sexual. I’ve always worn thong bikinis to the beach, and let’s face it, my t*ts are double Ds. They’re massive!"

However, Paige has admitted she is glad her dad is not alive to see her saucy photos, and hopes her other family members don't come across it.

She also refuses to make sexual videos with other models on OnlyFans, saying she does not want her future children to one day see explicit clips of her.

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She shared: "My grandma’s not dead yet. Sometimes I'm grateful that my father died.

"When I first started doing it, I made a list of rules, of situations that would potentially make me regret it. I want to make sure my kids in the future don't see certain content.

"I would never do girl-on-girl videos. I try and stay away from the sexual videos entirely, to be honest. Content that I put out, people could potentially save it, put it on Reddit… I'm very protective of other people."

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