Shortly following Bella Thorne's OnlyFans controversy, her sister Kaili has joined the subscription platform and is reportedly clashing with creators.

According to Page Six, Kaili is being called out for saying that sex work is "not real."

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Last month, Bella Thorne announced that she is joining OnlyFans. The decision led to criticism from sex workers on the platform after Thorne claimed she only joined to do research for a film.

After just 24 hours on the platform, Thorne shattered records when she earned $1 million in paid subscriptions. Since then, she has gone on to earn more than $2 million. Coincidentally, shortly following Thorne's record-shattering earnings, OnlyFans made changes to the platform that angered creators.

Now, creators cannot receive tips of more than $100 and can only charge a max of $50 for PPV. They must also wait 30 days, instead of seven, for payouts. There’s also a theory going around that the changes on OnlyFans are because the platform is unable to pay Thorne for the money earned. This has led to other creators seeing a change in how they receive their funds.

Since then, Thorne has acknowledged the changes and says she is meeting with OnlyFans to discuss the new restrictions.

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Now, Thorne's sister Kaili has joined OnlyFans and is apparently clashing with other creators. According to Page Six, Kaili is being called out for saying that sex work "is not real." On Tuesday, she posted a story on social media that addressed a comment she previously said online.

“The argument is that sex should not be work," the comment said. "That’s why it turns into human trafficking and should be stopped. Sex work does not exist. It is not real.”

As well, Kaili allegedly said users on OnlyFans are "not creative." She apparently posted various comments on OnlyFans further criticizing creators.

Obviously, her comments have led to backlash from sex workers and creators on OnlyFans. Kaili has since taken to social media to defend herself.

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"I’m not shaming sex workers at all,” Kaili writes on Instagram. “I’m just not letting sex workers shame me."

"It’s not that what I say is hurtful,” Kaili continues in a separate Instagram post. “It’s that what I say is true and that’s what hurts ?‍♀️ lol also, I’m not shaming sex workers. YOU’RE shaming sex workers. It’s not that what you do is shameful. It’s how you do it ? also, shoutout Only Fans! Love you! Follow my OF"

Kaili also told Page Six that she is apparently being bullied by sex workers and OnlyFans creators. She claims she wasn't criticizing anyone, she was just responding to comments on her page.

“These girls … have been bullying me nonstop. I was not calling any sex worker ‘insatiable s - - t’ or any other type of s–t. I was directing my comments back to these girls that call themselves that. I’m saying that since sex is not work to me, I don’t consider it a job to me. I’m not saying it about anyone else. What people do for a living is their choice.”

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In an Instagram post shared this week, Kaili further addressed the situation.

"Turning me into a propaganda. Love it. Also, I never deactivated comments. But when exercising your 1st amendment turns into abuse and potentially hate? Then yeah, the voice I GIVE you, on MY platform will def be stfu. You’ll be squashed like your onlyfans."

Bella Thorne is set to star in the American Satan spinoff Paradise City alongside Andy Biersack, James CassellsBen Bruce and BooBoo Stewart. As a member of the Relentless, Thorne plays Lily Mayflower. The release date for Paradise City is still pending.

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