The former “Baywatch” star told People it was a “no brainer” for her to be part of the subscription service that is recognized for its grownup content material.

“I, for as soon as, have this chance to be my very own boss and have my very own inventive imaginative and prescient to share with my followers without somebody standing over me, telling me, ‘Don’t do that, do not do this. Cover up this,'” she mentioned.

Electra has sued several strip golf equipment through the years, alleging that they used her image without her permission.

“It does feel good to arise for yourself,” she advised People. “I feel what we’re going by now could be individuals are lastly standing up for themselves and who they’re … It’s not at all times straightforward to do, however, I do respect folks that may arise for who they’re and be trustworthy about it.”


OnlyFans started as a platform for celebrities and professional athletes to produce movies and photographs to share with subscribing followers. But the service quickly additionally turned recognized for the sexually expressed content material.

Electra’s OnlyFans account debuted Wednesday. She mentioned it consists of photos from her latest fiftieth birthday journey to Palm Springs.

“I pay for the home after which we simply have the most effective time barbecuing and swimming,” she mentioned. “I find it irresistible there, so I have a house away from dwelling.”