An Instagram influencer who referred to herself as ‘Devil Baby’ and slept with Mason Mount before stalking him previously earned £35,000 a month from OnlyFans
Instagram influencer and OnlyFans model Orla Melissa Sloan a.k.a ‘Baby Devil’, who slept with and stalked Mason Mount, earned an incredible amount of money per month on OnlyFans.
Sloan recently avoided a jail sentence after she pleaded guilty to harassment and stalking charges against Chelsea stars Mason Mount, Billy Gilmour and Ben Chilwell.
The model had become wildly attached to Mount in particular after the two had enjoyed a one-night stand together, but her devotion to Mount and the Chelsea aces landed her in hot water after stalking and harassment charges were brought against her.
Her online alter-ego ‘Devil Baby’ warned the England international: “Beware of the devil baby, Mason.” And the resulting case has seen her miss out on a paid summer job on the Greek party island of Mykonos, as well as her OnlyFans page, which raked in more in a month than some people earn in a year.
According to the Daily Mail, Sloan dropped out of sixth-form college after achieving 11 GCSEs to take up a minimum wage job as a pot washer in a restaurant, before banking on her exclusive content that earned her up to £35,000 a month.
On her decision to pursue her OnlyFans, she said: “I was in the kitchen, washing up, and I thought, 'Imagine if only one single person subscribes for a tenner, that's more than I've earned in the last hour'.”
|Baby Devil' previously earned £35,000 a month from OnlyFans (Image: orlamelissa/Instagram)|
But after attending a party hosted by Chilwell, at which she romped with Mount, the ensuing harassment towards the Chelsea pair and Brighton & Hove Albion midfielder Billy Gilmour has seen her delete her OnlyFans, although she is still trying to make it as a model and influencer.
|Mason Mount was involved with the model before cutting off ties (Image: Getty Images)|
In the midst of the court case, Mount has also seen his future become uncertain as he finds himself in limbo after seeing three bids for him from Manchester United rejected by Chelsea.
Although it’s said that United haven’t left the table, the disparity in the two clubs' valuations means a compromise for the creative midfielder, who has just a year left on his contract, must happen for a deal to materialise.