The Bachelor’s Leah Costa is named one of OnlyFans’ top creators just WEEKS after launching

She may not have won Matty Johnson’s heart on The Bachelor in 2017. 

But Leah Costa is reigning supreme on OnlyFans, after being named one of the platform’s most popular creators this week.  

Despite launching her racy page just eight weeks ago, Leah has now found herself ranked in the top one-percent of creators – rivalling the likes of Vanessa Sierra and Sahara Ray.  

The new queen of OnlyFans! Bachelor star Leah Costa (pictured) has been named one of OnlyFans' top creators, just eight weeks after launching her racy account

The new queen of OnlyFans! Bachelor star Leah Costa (pictured) has been named one of OnlyFans’ top creators, just eight weeks after launching her racy account

‘It’s been a wild ride and I’m grateful for the support, looking forward putting my finances into new and exciting business ventures,’ the architecture graduate told Daily Mail Australia on Monday.   

OnlyFans is a subscription-based adult website where content can range from something as innocent as a suggestive selfie, all the way to hardcore pornography. 

Leah quit her corporate job earlier this year and relied on her OnlyFans earnings until she could establish her own construction firm. 

Exciting! Leah announced that she'd ranked in the top one percent of OnlyFans on Monday

Exciting! Leah announced that she’d ranked in the top one percent of OnlyFans on Monday

She now charges $27 AUD ($20 USD) for a monthly subscription to her page, and plans to use much of her earnings to fund the construction of a winery business. 

While the reality star now boasts a growing army of followers, Leah admits she was initially hesitant to launch her page for fear of being attacked by trolls.  

‘I was terrified of the backlash and the impact to my personal life, but it’s been fine, everyone’s been very supportive and understanding,’ she explained.    

'I was terrified of the backlash': While the reality star now boasts a growing army of followers, Leah admits she was initially hesitant to launch her page for fear of being attacked by trolls

‘I was terrified of the backlash’: While the reality star now boasts a growing army of followers, Leah admits she was initially hesitant to launch her page for fear of being attacked by trolls

Rise to fame: In November, Leah penned a heartfelt essay about her decision to start an OnlyFans account, writing on Instagram: 'Back in 2017, I decided to throw my hat in the ring and participate in a little TV show called The Bachelor'. Pictured on The Bachelor in 2017

Rise to fame: In November, Leah penned a heartfelt essay about her decision to start an OnlyFans account, writing on Instagram: ‘Back in 2017, I decided to throw my hat in the ring and participate in a little TV show called The Bachelor’. Pictured on The Bachelor in 2017

In November, Leah penned a heartfelt essay about her decision to start an OnlyFans account, writing on Instagram: ‘Back in 2017, I decided to throw my hat in the ring and participate in a little TV show called The Bachelor.’ 

‘It was meant to be some light-hearted fun, where I could possibly find love,’ she continued. 

‘What followed was an experience which I can only identify as intense widespread s**t-shaming… for working as a topless waitress.’

Leah explained she’d decided to start an OnlyFans account to take back ownership of her body, labelling herself an ’empowered woman’.

She added: ‘This is a woman on top, a woman in charge and a woman who won’t allow anyone to dictate or her choices or [be] forced to feel ashamed of her body.’

Taking the reigns: Leah said she'd decided to start an OnlyFans account to take back ownership of her body, labelling herself an 'empowered woman'

Taking the reigns: Leah said she’d decided to start an OnlyFans account to take back ownership of her body, labelling herself an ’empowered woman’

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