Police Officer Cece Leigh's relatives fully support her transition from a career in law enforcement to the adult entertainment industry.
Known among her followers as the Florida Beach Bunny, Cece has chosen to leave her law enforcement role behind to focus on building her presence in the adult entertainment sphere, including activities on OnlyFans.
The strategy appears effective as she boasts nearly 100,000 Instagram followers and disclosed on "The Antihero Podcast" that she quickly began earning a significant income. That's what the younger generation refers to as stacking racks.
"In the first five weeks, I made $100,000," Cece shared with Brent Tucker – previously featured on American Joyride – and his co-host Tyler.
So, yeah. It's safe to say the Cece Leigh's Onlyfans venture is going well.
Yet, it wasn't just this detail that piqued my interest. Cece opened up about her family's supportive stance on her career shift, given that it spares them the fear of her being shot while on duty.
"They're like, ‘Go get the money. You’re safe.’ A lot of them were like, ‘[Sigh of relief] Okay, cool.’…They were scared. They were scared of me getting shot because one of my close friends got shot and passed away," Cece shared during her appearance on the podcast (which is exceptionally engaging and a fantastic discovery).
Furthermore, she mentioned that her family is fully aware of the nature of her work and "aren’t mad about it." Below is the clip of her remarks. I have a hunch this story may just go viral.
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Chances are, when you rolled out of bed today, you didn't anticipate stumbling upon a story about an OnlyFans celebrity discussing her family's approval of her career because it keeps her out of harm's way on the streets.
Our coverage often spans various topics, including OnlyFans and law enforcement, but it's not every day these worlds intersect.
That's where Cece Leigh comes in. She's raking in considerable revenue online, producing adult films with her husband and creating other adult materials, all while her family takes comfort in her being away from the dangers of street patrol.
— Cece (@Fl_beach_bunny_) November 5, 2023
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