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Olivia Attwood will explore the new and unexplored world of online sex shopping for ITV2 and ITV Hub in 2021

Olivia Attwood delves into the fast-growing new world of selling sexual content online with a new ITV2 documentary series in which she seeks to discover the reality of this phenomenon for the growing number of people who make a living this way.

Produced by Optomen TV, new series Getting Filthy Rich [WT], for ITV2 and ITV Hub, led by former Love Island star Olivia, explores this new, apparently emancipated sex industry that has exploded into the mainstream in the last 18 months of lockdown.

Women from comfortable, decent households have discovered that seemingly easy money can be made without making physical contact by connecting with men on social media who pay to exchange messages, view sexy pictures, and watch clips. And as sites like OnlyFans become billion dollar industries, the numbers will keep increasing …

Believing the internet is a safe place to pose naked, one in five UK college students is now considering using their body online to make extra money. Young mothers reportedly make £ 1,000 a day as camgirls. 20-year-old ‘Sugar Babies’ get expensive gifts, cash, and even luxury international vacations for free, and former nurses reportedly make up to £ 30,000 a month with OnlyFans.

Get dirty rich [WT]Olivia takes viewers to different sections like ‘Sugar Babies’, ‘Cam Girls’, Amateur Pornstars and OnlyFans Creators which can make thousands of their loyal subscribers every month.

Attracted by the promise of making money quickly without having to physically interact with their “customers” and with no middlemen to force someone to do something they don’t want, these new, self-employed, self-employed women often start out after little seeking more than just a sideline but can become addicted to the wealth and fame that follows. This series will find out if the promise of easy money is real and asks if the new sex trafficking is as harmless as it seems or if there are consequences in becoming an online sex symbol.

Olivia said, “A few years ago, the notion that many ordinary women would soon be making a living selling sexual content on the internet seemed a bit extraordinary. Now it’s becoming mainstream and some of the money it makes is reportedly huge. I am absolutely fascinated to discover what it is like for those involved and to penetrate this world to reveal everything. ‘

The series was commissioned by Kate Teckman, Head of Factual Entertainment Development and Factual Entertainment Commissioner for ITV, for ITV2 and ITV Hub.

Kate said, “With the exciting new talent Olivia Attwood, this series aims to provide a glimpse into the reality behind the phenomenon of online sales of sexual content that has invaded the lives of a large number of people who have never been before thought of making money that way. ” . We’ve all seen the headlines about the amount of money being made, but as Olivia delves into different areas of this fast-paced, fast-growing industry, this series will provide a vivid picture of the experience of making a living in this industry world. ‘

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