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Emily Kathleen feared the worst – she had just been signed off from work due to stress and was concerned about losing her council flat.

Out of desperation, the 27-year-old turned to webcamming but now, just over a year later, she's earned a whopping £120,000 and lives in a plush four-bed house in Gloucestershire.

6Emily Kathleen traded in her 'stressful' admin job and she's not looked back sinceCredit: SWNS 6The 27-year-old turned to webcamming where she performs stripteases, flirts and pretends to be clients' girlfriendsCredit: SWNS

She rakes in around £8k a month – or £98,000 a year – which is a significant increase from the £12,000-a-year salary she was earning as a customer advisor.

As well as stripping off, Emily provides the ‘girlfriend experience’ for her clients, which includes flirting, chatting, and building a relationship with them.

After falling in love with the job, she set up her own agency, called High Society Models, in May 2021 and now has 546 models working for her.

She encourages ‘empowerment’ among her models and employs all ages, shapes, and sizes - helping women to gain 'financial freedom' through webcamming.

Emily said: “Webcamming has completely turned my life around.

“I was practically homeless a few years ago about to lose my council flat.

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“I can’t believe where I am now, and I absolutely love what I do - and it helps that I earn really decent money.

“It’s not for everyone, but I found my calling and became my own boss.

"I want to try and break the stigma around the industry and show how empowering this work can be for women."

Emily was working for a housing association when the UK was hit with a lockdown in March 2020.

The key worker found the ‘pressure’ of the pandemic too much and was signed off due to stress.

Emily said: “I have never been ill from stress in my life - it was a very difficult time.

“I had nothing to lose so I thought I’d give webcam modelling a go.

“It was scary leaving my job, but I found something I loved doing.”

'Stripping is fun'

Emily would log on to her laptop every day to ‘entertain’ clients from her bedroom via a live web link.

This would include everything from performing stripteases to flirting and just chatting with them.

On her first night, Emily earned £400 – which was more than she made in a week in her admin job – and soon she was working up to 30 hours a week.

She said: “I do strip and have fun with them if I feel comfortable.

“I provide a ‘girlfriend experience’ which is about building an online relationship with someone.

“Men are there to speak to an actual person - otherwise they could go and watch porn.

“I would chat to them, flirt and just have a laugh."

Emily found her calling in the industry and decided to branch off and start her own agency.

Her female-run business, which includes 529 British and 17 international models, offers webcamming and adult services.

We have women of all shapes and sizes - one of our biggest earners is a size 20 girl

Emily Kathleen

Emily started a TikTok page about her agency and has racked up a massive 12,000 followers.

Her aim is to 'break the stigma' around webcamming and offers guidance to women to and help them approach the industry safely.

Emily said: "I wanted my models to have full control over videos and outfits.

“In webcamming, nudity is preferable but not essential.

"Most important to me is that they feel comfortable and empowered by what they're doing.

"We have women of all shapes and sizes - one of our biggest earners is a size 20 girl.

"We even have couples who do webcamming together.

"I still can't believe how much I love my job and the fact I'm not living pay cheque to pay cheque anymore.

"I want to help women gain confidence and live a better quality of life by finding the same financial freedom I did.

"It's completely changed my life - and I hope I can do the same for others."

6Emily's earned a whopping £120,000 since she started webcamming and now runs her own businessCredit: SWNS 6She started her own cam girl agency and has 546 models working for herCredit: SWNS 6Turning the webcamming helped Emily to leave her 'stressful' admin job last yearCredit: SWNS 6Emily says she was 'practically homeless' before and now lives in this lush propertyCredit: Emily Kathleen I shoot OnlyFans content from my family home - people say it’s ‘disgusting’ and ‘shameful’ but I’m supporting my family

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A Dallas County judicial candidate for family violence court turned herself into jail Thursday on a family violence charge.

Elissa Wev, 35, is accused of attacking her former girlfriend in an attempt to grab the girlfriend’s phone and find out if she was cheating on her.

Wev is currently campaigning to be a judge at a criminal court that deals with misdemeanor domestic violence cases.

A statement from her lawyer says that Wev learned about the investigation Wednesday and that she will “fully exercise” her rights in court.

“This is a very painful matter to have handled in the public eye for all parties involved, and I would like to proceed in a manner respectful to the voters and communities I have served,” said Wev in response to the arrest.

Wev said she will continue with her judicial campaign but refused to address details of the accusations against her.

“I will not be litigating this matter in the public square,” she said.

Wev’s former girlfriend told police that she was attacked Dec. 7 as Wev packed to move after the two ended their long-term relationship.

The former girlfriend claims that Wev tackled her and chased her into the bathroom, where she tackled her again.

Wev allegedly pinned her former girlfriend to the ground and pressed her head against a heater. She later tried to break a glass door using a broom to get into the room where her former girlfriend was hiding.

The former girlfriend provided police with photos and videos of the incident and of her resulting injuries. She says that Wev eventually apologized to her for the attack.

“She was in shock and it took courage to file the report,” wrote Dallas police detective Victor Quezada of Wev’s former girlfriend.

Wev is running for her judicial seat against incumbent Etta Mullin and candidate Monique Bracey Huff. The primary election will decide the race, as all the candidates running are Democrats.

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