Jenny Davies shared a modest two-up, two-down municipal estate home with her grandmother and grandfather.
As she grew older, she worked as a receptionist for a Hyundai dealership and was able to make enough money to cover her expenses.
However, after she met her future husband Brad Holmes at work, the two became famous for their Facebook prank videos and gained millions of fans.
“It happened so quickly I can’t even remember and it was almost a dream,” Jenny, who was once on the receiving end of a fake wedding proposal from Brad, said.
Jenny then leveraged her newfound celebrity in 2018 to launch a risqué OnlyFans page.
The 29-year-old is now a self-made millionaire who gave up her garage jobs a long time ago and even splurge out during the pandemic on a flashy green Lamborghini.
The Portsmouth-born child, who now resides in Devon, recently discussed her incredible rags to riches journey with the Daily Star.
She said: “OnlyFans has been extremely profitable and without giving away figures it has been completely life-changing.
“It’s not everyday you are able to buy a Lamborghini and it doesn’t happen to people who live in council estates who can suddenly take friends and family on holidays they could only dream of.
“People buy Lamborghinis for show and it’s great for driving around but the stress it gives you is not worth it. We had to install security cameras because I was paranoid someone would come and steal it.
“We had it for seven months during Covid and didn’t really go anywhere. I was taking it to Sainsbury’s and it was just sitting there not doing much.”
She added: “It’s mad that I did it though considering my past in the garage. I remember one day working and someone came in with a Range Rover Sport and they were swapping it for two Hyundai cars.
“Oh my god, this car is the ultimate dream, I thought. Then, out of nowhere, I was entering a dealership, paying £90,000 to buy an Audi R8, saying, “I want to take it today,” and driving away in it. It’s absurd.
She posted “totally nude images and videos” on her explicit OnlyFans page, which allowed her to live a luxurious lifestyle.
In spite of her success, there have been some negative effects, including violent trolling.
Initially, the majority of the negative remarks she received about her profession were from men.
But soon after, ladies began to participate in the abuse, and eventually, Jenny became scared after receiving death threats.
The girls are typically resentful and spiteful, she said. I immediately realised that not everyone has good intentions, and I also understood the importance of having a thick skin because I was receiving death threats on a daily basis.
“I distinctly recall hearing that I needed to get my womb removed in order to prevent ever becoming pregnant.
“Another time a man threatened me and he managed to find out the area I lived in which was pretty small at the time.