Too Hot to Handle season 2 cast could be earning R1.4 million per month on OnlyFans

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A scene in Too Hot to Handle season 2.
A scene in Too Hot to Handle season 2.
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  • A study by SlotsUp revealed how much the season 2 cast of Too Hot To Handle could be earning on OnlyFans. 
  • Research showed that contestant Peter Vigilante is earning on average $107 280.00 (R1 538 710.60) per month on the x-rated subscription site.
  • Season 2 of the hit reality show is now streaming on Netflix.


The second season of hit Netflix reality show Too Hot to Handle is back, with a brand new batch of sexy singletons getting frisky in the luxurious retreat in the Turks and Caicos Islands. 

And it turns out some of this year's contestants have OnlyFans accounts. But how much are they earning on the adult platform? 

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The research study by SlotsUp revealed that based on the monthly subscription price of $30 (R430.17), contestant Peter Vigilante is earning on average $107 280.00 (R1 538 710.60) per month on the x-rated subscription site. Fellow co-star Kayla Carter is earning an estimated $38 160.00 (R547 426.57) per month on OnlyFans. This is based on the estimation of between 1% and 5% of her followers paying $15 (R215.14) for her monthly subscription price. 

Carly Lawrence joined the site in April 2021, ahead of the Too Hot to Handle season launch. It costs $9.99 (R143.29) per month to subscribe to exclusive content from Carly. The study revealed that the blonde bombshell is earning an estimated $32 313.60 (463 470.09) per month. 

1. Peter Vigilante - Average Monthly Earnings $107 280.00 (R1 538 599.03)

2. Kayla Carter - $38 160.00 (R547 286.90)

3. Carly Lawrence - $32 313.60 (R463 438.42)

Methodology: SlotsUp used the OnlyFans calculator to determine how much celebrities could earn, based on an estimate of between 1% and 5% of their Instagram following. 

They combined contestants Instagram followers with their monthly subscription price and took off OnlyFans' 20% commission to estimate what each of these stars could be earning. Source: Influencer Marketing Hub.

(Exchange rate USD to ZAR on 29 June 2021 at 16:00) 

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