Instagram Model Reveals How She Lost Multiple Office Jobs For Being "Too Pretty", Further Disclose How She Earns $60,000 Monthly By Just Sharing Raunchy Photos Online.



A stunning Instagram model who earns $60,000 per month from sharing raunchy snaps online has claimed that she lost multiple office jobs for being 'too pretty.'

Stephanie Villagomez, 29, who is known as @tiff08 on Instagram, revealed that she turned to adults-only subscription service, OnlyFans, to make an income after being forced to leave her previous waitressing role due to jealous colleagues.

Florida-based Villagomez, who is mom to an 11-year old daughter, Destiny, said things at one job got so bad that her boss was forced to let her go from the company because his wife became so jealous of the young girl's good looks.

'I worked at a restaurant as a waitress and the co-workers hated me because the guys that would go and eat in there always requested me to help them out and I would always take home more tips than them,' the model explained.

'The girls working there wouldn't even want to talk to me because they were so mad that everyone liked me. They made it difficult for me to work because they were always gossiping about me or not cleaning up.'

Villagomez said she ended up quitting the job because she was 'tired of [her co-workers] always talking about me or doing things to make my job harder,' and instead took up another waitressing role at a different restaurant.

However, again her good looks backfired she says, revealing: 'The owner liked me so much, he moved me right away to being a server because they made so much more money in tips, but the other girls I worked with were mad about that as it takes a while to get that position, often months, and I got it in the first week of working there.


'When the other girls working there found out, they wouldn't even talk to me or help me with anything, it was so hard for me to learn the job because usually on your first day, your co-workers help you but in my case, they were so mean.'

Eventually, the stunner decided enough was enough and quit the job before taking up a new role working in a dispensary, providing customers with medical marijuana, which is legal in some parts of America.

But again, Villagomez found her co-workers to be jealous of her striking looks, while many customers entering the store would specifically request her help, promoting further envy among her colleagues.

'I would even go to work without wearing makeup and in baggy clothes so I wouldn't catch people's attention but I guess it was my great customer service that they liked,' she said.

Finally, the model mom, was moved to another dispensary where things went from bad to worse as the owner's wife allegedly developed a dislike for her too.

Villagomez explained, 'The wife hated me because the husband (my boss) was extra friendly and would give me extra hours and pay me extra.

'The wife would make me do things I didn't have to do and would talk to me like I was stupid. One time she even mixed up the weed and my boss thought it was me. It got to the point where the wife told my boss, 'It's me or her' so he had to let me go.'

Thankfully, the young mom's luck turned around when she was contacted by a photographer who promised she could make a lot of money with her mega curves and gorgeous looks.

'I was scared and nervous but willing to try because at that point, I had no job and needed to pay my rent and bills, Villagomez explained. 'So I started up a premium Snapchat and it went so well, I made $20,000 in one night.

'Then the photographer suggested we start an OnlyFans so I did and my life has completely changed because I'm now my own boss and set my own rules.'

However, the stunner admits she found it hard at first to flash the flesh, and faced backlash from her family, particularly her father, who questioned her new-found career.

Ultimately though, her new online job has turned her life around.

'This has helped in so many ways like being able to travel, take my daughter anywhere she wants to go, pay my bills on time and I'm almost a homeowner,' she said.

'I'm very proud of my work and how far I've come. I'm now at two million followers and I'm a small business owner.'