A young woman with an OnlyFans (OF) believes one of her followers is stalking her.
The 20-year-old shared her experience on Reddit’s “Let’s Not Meet” forum — and it’s chilling. The young college student realized someone was watching her when she noticed a car parked outside her family’s home. She believes the person got her home address through an Amazon wishlist she publicly shared.
“In late July, I got a puppy. One night around 2 a.m., I took him outside to go to the bathroom,” she explained. “While he was doing his business, I noticed a car parked outside my family home. I saw a figure in the car and could tell they were looking at me, but I couldn’t make out their face because it was pitch black outside. Feeling a bit uneasy, I picked up my puppy to take him back inside and when I started to move, the car parked in my driveway. I sprinted back inside and locked the door, but they never approached my house. The next morning, I went to check the mail. There was an envelope addressed to my OF name with $20 in it, but no note.”
The student’s parents don’t know about her OnlyFans so she kept the incident to herself. Then she moved back to her college town for the semester.
“At this time, I had stopped posting for the time being until I could figure out how they got my address,” she wrote. “One morning, I was planning on vlogging my trip to target because I was planning on starting a YouTube channel in the near future since OF felt unsafe. When I got to my car, it had been ransacked and my vlogging camera was missing. I know, it’s my fault for leaving it in my car, but I was using it the night before and since I live in a gated area, I didn’t think I would be unsafe. It wasn’t in plain sight either … I had hidden it in my glove box. I use that camera to film my content and the SD card that was in there had all of my unreleased photos/videos. I know they stole it just for the SD card.”
Because the parking lot had cameras, she was able to access the security footage.
“We were able to watch this person break into my car and find the camera… and they didn’t touch any of the seven other cars on the lot,” she said. “They knew which car was mine, which suggests they had been watching me for a bit. After they got the camera, they walked around the duplex until stopping near my window. My bedroom faces an outside street and my blinds are broken so it’s very easy to see in. I have a curtain, but it doesn’t cover my window all the way. This person watched me sleep for an hour or so. I have no idea why they didn’t try to break in but thank God they didn’t. This person then sold the camera to a pawn shop and since I knew the serial number, the police were able to find it. However, my SD card was missing.”
The police are still trying to track down the culprit. Meanwhile, she has broken her lease to move to a safe place. She did have one parting message for the dude.
“Hey, guy who terrorized me at my home and apartment and stole my camera,” she wrote. “Let’s not meet.”
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