The internet was stunned after an identical twin used her sister’s nickname for her OnlyFans account.
Posted on Reddit’s r/AmITheA**hole forum, a woman with the anonymous username u/onlytwinsthrowaway shared her story to receive comments from the “AITA” forum. The popular post has over 11,000 upvotes and 2,000 comments.
The original poster (OP) began her story by explaining that she has an identical twin sister and their relationship can be described as “tumultuous” and “competitive.” The PO said they fought over boys, clothes, friends and other things.
Recently, a mutual friend sent the OP a link to an OnlyFans account.
“I clicked on the link and was shocked to find that the profile belonged to my twin sister. The profile picture was very clearly a scantily clad picture of her, and the username was my nickname that literally everyone in my life uses I asked our friend about it and he said he discovered the profile via Twitter and then subscribed to the profile which included dozens of videos of her doing… spicy things to say the least, solo and with partners, all with her face showing.
“I was stunned and in a fit of rage I showed the profile to our parents. I mean…literally anyone who saw this profile who knows us would immediately assume it’s me given that she basically calls herself by my name. Our parents forced to delete the profile and she hasn’t spoken to me since, claiming that I not only ruined her main source of income, but also betrayed her trust. However, I thinks she betrayed my trust by using my nickname,” she added. concluded.
Newsweek contacted u/onlytwinsthrowaway for comment.
Newsweek published several articles relating to siblings, including a man who was backed for telling his siblings a family secret, causing them to ‘hate’ their mother, a brother slammed for disparaging ‘non-traditional’ marriage of their brother and a brother who was argued for excluding his siblings from a trip.
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“[You’re the a**hole]. She exploited your identity for profit. She’s lucky you only told your parents about it, instead of suing her,” u/SirMittensOfTheHill wrote, receiving the highest comment of over 13,000 upvotes.
“[Not the a**hole]. What kind of a**hole uses their twins name only for fans??? It baffles me why anyone would do that a**hole move,” u/shrink-ray2333 exclaimed.
U/solo_throwaway254247 commented, “If she was so serious and so proud of this as a source of income, she would have used her own nickname, not yours. Or even picked a random name. Of all the names we have in this world, she decides to use yours, knowing people would think it was you. I think she wanted to kill two birds with one stone, make money and ruin your reputation in the process. [Not the a**hole].”
“She ruined her income, she was posting impersonating you. In the end, it was your rep who got hurt. You did the right thing and protected yourself,” said u/ Apprehensive_Look974.
“[Not the a**hole]. She’s lucky you didn’t take legal action against her for deliberately posting nsfw content pretending to be you. Although I would definitely take legal action against her, twin or not, she could have ruined your whole life doing this,” u/cowboybepopop explained.
Update 9/30/2022, 7:15 p.m.: This article has been updated to include comment from OnlyFans.
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