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Bella Thorne set a record with a $2 million payday on OnlyFans by promising nude photos in a pay-per-view post.

But OnlyFans p0rn stars say Bella "scammed" her fans and now the service has made policy changes that will affect their payouts.

P0rn stars aren't the only ones who are upset over Bella's PPV post. Her fans are demanding refunds because the "nude" photos they thought they were paying $200 for turned out to be lingerie photos already leaked on the Internet last week.
 

"Naked. NAKED?! Yes naked," reads a screenshot of a message from Thorne's OnlyFans account. The pay-per-view post cost $200, according to multiple Twitter users who shelled out the money only to see the 22-year-old wearing lingerie, not "naked" as the message promised.

The alleged bait and switch trended on Twitter, as hundreds of X-rated OnlyFans members demanded their money back after being duped by the actress.

The controversy caused a policy change overnight, according to the NY Post.

The policy change was tweeted out to OnlyFans members, announcing tips are now capped at $100, and one-time viewing fees for a PPV post can't exceed $50.

OnlyFans creators are worried, too, according to the NY Post. The wait to cash out is now 30 days instead of the usual 7 days.

OnlyFans posted an update Friday morning, announcing the policy change is only in effect for South American and Caribbean countries.

But American creators worry that the policy change will eventually affect them, too.

When reached for comment, reps for the London-based OnlyFans told The NY Post "transaction limits are set to help prevent overspending and to allow our users to continue to use the site safely. We value all of the feedback received since this change was implemented and we will continue to review these limits."

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The disaster movie Contagion beat The Ten Commandments to the top of the FandangoNow top 10 film countdown list this week.

Director Steven Soderbergh's 2011 hit movie Contagion is still topping pay-per-view movie charts in the U.S. as film fans try to make sense of the coronavirus pandemic.

The film, starring Gwyneth Paltrow, Matt Damon, Laurence Fishburne and Kate Winslet, has led FandangoNow's Top 10 Catalog Films countdown for the past two weeks and now tops beloved religious classic The Ten Commandments, which movie goers are paying to rent and buy on the streaming platform with Easter approaching.

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is America's third most-watched non-new-release movie this week, ahead of Trolls and Harry Potter & the Sorcerer's Stone.

Shrek, Selena, Home, Harry Potter & the Chamber of Secrets, and Spider-Man: Homecoming complete the top 10.

Meanwhile, Will Smith and Martin Lawrence's Bad Boys sequel has ended The Invisible Man's reign at the top of FandangoNow's overall video-on-demand service.

Americans on lockdown raced to view Bad Boys For Life over the weekend, giving the action comedy the edge over another new release, Sonic The Hedgehog.

Source: WENN.com