Drea De Matteo admits, “OnlyFans saved my life 100 percent”

Despite hearing the year The soprano, Drea Matteo had two kids, a mother with dementia, a flooded house, a huge unpaid mortgage bill and $10 in the bank when she decided to post racy photos on the subscription site OnlyFans. The effect was immediate.

“I was like, 'Oh my God,'” the actress recalled in a recent interview. “In five minutes, I was able to pay off Compass Real Estate who held the sale of my house.”

Di Matteo has spoken about the decision before, citing job loss due to her stance on the vaccine and problems paying her mortgage, but she did not fully reveal the extent of the financial predicament she was in.

“They put me in foreclosure and my house was flooded, so I was trying to sell the house fast. I wanted to try to sell it before they took it.” He told the Daily Mail.

“At the same time, I lost my mother, and my other mother, who has dementia, ran out of money for her carer. I didn’t know which way was up.”

Moving to a subscription site has allowed her to support her two children and even fund her streetwear brand, Ultrafree.

“You saved us. OnlyFans 100 percent saved my life. I can't believe I'm saying this, but it really saved us.”

Di Matteo played Adriana for the first five seasons The soprano. After Adriana becomes an FBI informant, Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini) orders her murder. Silvio Dante (Steven Van Zandt) killed her off in a memorable episode, but Di Matteo returned for two episodes in season six. She won an Emmy Award for this role in 2004.

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after The sopranoDi Matteo has appeared in shows such as Desperate Housewives And Sons of Anarchyamong other things.

The actress revealed that this did not free her financially for the rest of her life.

“People think I'm made of gold, and I'm not,” she said last year. “I just worked from one job to the next.

As for the judgments others might make of her OnlyFans work, Di Matteo is realistic.

“I just don't care. I don't. I'd rather save my family than save face.”

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