Obscene Content! Singapore jails OnlyFans model in landmark case


Singapore: Singapore has jailed and fined an OnlyFans creator, in the city-state’s first conviction of users of the adults-only platform.

A court on Wednesday fined Titus Low S$3,000 (£2,700; $2,087) for sharing obscene photos and videos on the site.

He was also sentenced to three weeks prison for accessing his account in breach of a police order.

The case has sparked alarm over the criminal implications for OnlyFans creators in the conservative nation.

In Singapore, it is illegal to transmit obscene materials by electronic means or to take part in or receive profits from a business where such materials are transmitted.

Low was arrested in December 2021 after a woman found one of his explicit videos on her 12-year-old niece’s phone and filed a police complaint.

The 22-year-old model had joined the platform only a few months earlier in April, where he had quickly become one of its biggest local stars.

After the complaint was made, officers confiscated his phone, iPad and changed the details of his OnlyFans account. But Low regained access to his account and continued uploading content as well as starting a second account.

Low, who has over 210,000 followers on social media, is a well-known Singaporean influencer and his case had been highly publicised.

The number of OnlyFans creators in Singapore is unknown but estimated to be in the hundreds.

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