Infamous Former Congressman Launches OnlyFans Page

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George Santos

A disgraced former representative has announced a new racy pay-for-play stunt following his success on celebrity video messaging app, Cameo.

On Wednesday, George Santos revealed on X, formerly Twitter, that he’s launching an OnlyFans account, a subscription-based platform favored by sex workers.

“The moment you’ve all been waiting for! Only on #OnlyFans will you get the full behind-the-scenes access to everything I’m working on,” Santos tweeted. “See ya all there!”

The embattled former congressman became the sixth lawmaker in history who was booted from from the House, following a damning House Ethics Committee report accusing him of violating federal criminal laws.

He was accused of fabricating the majority of his biography, defrauding donors by stealing their identities to make unauthorized credit card charges, and misusing campaign funds.

Following his expulsion from Congress, Santos turned to Cameo, where he raised funds by creating personalized videos for donors.

He became embroiled in a legal battle with ABC late-night host Jimmy Kimmel, who used fictitious identities to get Santos to respond to outlandish scenarios, which were then aired on the show to troll the former lawmaker.

Santos filed a $750,000 claim against the comedian, ABC, and Walt Disney Co. for fraud and copyright infringement in February, which Kimmel blasted as “most preposterous lawsuit of all time.”

He’s also suing for breach of contract and unjust enrichment for broadcasting the videos, which were purchased under a personal license, on a segment on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” in December.

Less than an hour after announcing his OnlyFans page, Santos clarified his intentions for the account, which he noted were less-than salacious.

“Ok y’all got your panties in a bunch…The only fans is not adult content,” he posted. “I decided to go with only fans because I wanted to stir the pot. Folks need to stop being so sensitive…”

He assured followers that “not all content on only fans is porn” and that his page wouldn’t include “anything sexual what so ever,” adding a puke emoji for emphasis.

On his OnlyFans page, Santos promises subscribers they will “dive deep into the exclusive never before seen content of the Congressional Icon and much more!”

The subscription costs $29.99 per month, with a 10% discount for a three-month subscription.

Santos is currently facing a 23-count federal indictment, including charges of wire fraud and identity theft, to which he has pleaded not guilty.

He made a surprise appearance at President Biden’s State of the Union address in early March and announced a run for New York’s 1st Congressional District against GOP Rep. Nick LaLota.

Later, he switched to an independent bid, which he suspended by mid-April, after failing to raise any campaign funds.

“Although Nick and I don’t have the same voting record and I remain critical of his abysmal record, I don’t want to split the ticket and be responsible for handing the house to Dems,” he tweeted at the time.

“I will continue to participate in the public policy discussion and will do my part… I will always strive to stand on the right side of history,” he added. “It’s only goodbye for now, I’ll be back.”

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