Texas couple Courtney Ann and Nick say they bring in $350,000 a year by selling Courtney Ann's explicit photos and videos on OnlyFans, the New York Post reports — and they aren't bothered when critics shame them for setting a poor example for their two young daughters.
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The 38-year-old mother of two and her 41-year-old husband launched "Texas Thighs" in 2020 in an aim to expand the family's cashflow.
Courtney Ann and Nick, who are Fort Worth residents, share two daughters, ages 16 and 13, but said that they aren't worried about what their children will think of their X-rated endeavors.
"I have received comments and messages from people saying that they would be embarrassed to be my kids," Courtney Ann said in a recent interview about her newfound fame. "Some even write that my kids are 'gonna be whores like me."
Courtney Ann and Nick explained that they are often the subject of rumors, and have to dispel reports that they host "wild sex parties" inside their home.
She explained, "People think we have sex parties every night — but we're just normal parents ... When my best friend stays over and posts on social media about being here, she will, without fail, receive DMs asking if she is having sex with myself and Nick. Another friend was asked what it's like at our house and if we have sex parties and walk around naked."
Despite losing family members and friends over her career, Courtney Ann said that her two daughters embrace their parents' unconventional professions.
"They know that we make sexy modeling content and make a living off of it," Courtney Ann said. "They think it's funny and crazy that people judge us for what we do."
The matriarch model added that she's even had family members show up at her home to "scream" at her over her lifestyle choices.
"We have definitely had some ugly comments from people that know us," she admitted. "I've had relatives show up at my house and scream at me that I do porn and should be ashamed."
Courtney Ann insisted that "leaning into her sexual side" doesn't make her a bad mother — and instead, helps her set an example of empowerment and strength.
“It's weird to think some people believe I have changed just because I embraced another side of myself," she explained. "People think that if women are being sexy or sexual at all then they must not be a good mother, [but] feeling sexy and taking pride in it is empowering and strengthening."
She added that the family is flourishing under their mother's newfound fame.
“We have been on more vacations during this time than all of our years together combined," Courtney Ann explained. “Nick and I have been able to not only give them experiences but also so much more of our actual time. While they do school, we work out, create content and take care of errands together. After that, we all hang out together and do whatever we want," the proud mom explained. “We go swimming, make dinner, play games and watch movies in our media room. We're just a normal family."