Tony Armstrong shocked his fans when he joined last year.
And now the ABC star has revealed the real reason that he signed up to the racy subscription service.
The 32-year-old admitted that his OnlyFans was a trick to get people to donate to The Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation.
Tony Armstrong (pictured) has opened up about his decision to join OnlyFans, revealing that it was a trick to get people to donate to charity
‘Once they got into the OnlyFans, they would realise a subscription was for this charity … It was just photos of me with cups of tea or with a book or something. We ended up get
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Despite the success of the endeavour, Tony revealed that public broadcaster ABC weren’t happy when they discovered that he’d signed up to OnlyFans without getting permission first.
‘I wouldn’t say I got in trouble … I had ‘a chat,’ he said.
Tony has gained a league of followers since making his debut on ABC News Breakfast in 2020.
‘Once they got into the OnlyFans, they would realise a subscription was for this charity … It was just photos of me with cups of tea or with a book or something,’ he said
But on Monday, the former AFL star admitted he feels ‘a bit uncomfortable’ with the attention he receives from fans.
‘It’s so lovely for people to be so complimentary, like obviously, that’s really nice [but] I definitely get a bit uncomfortable,’ Tony, 32, told Yahoo Lifestyle.
‘Sometimes it gets, full-on might be the wrong word, but it can be a lot at times. Should you loved this informative article and you would love to receive details relating to slot deposit pulsa i implore you to visit our website. ‘
He went on to say he even ‘hated’ walking the Logies red carpet.
‘It was very overwhelming. Being nominated for an award, people wanted to talk to me and stuff and I was pretty keen to just walk through, but there was going to be none of that.’
Tony recently took home the Logie Award for Most Popular New Talent.
Tony has gained a league of followers since making his debut on ABC News Breakfast in 2020 and winning a Logie award