PHOTO: Allie Rae is making a fortune
This sexy ex-nurse wants to lift up her bottom line.
Allie Rae made $3 million by posting X-rated clips on OnlyFans during pandemic lockdown. She’s now pumping that booty into a host of new ventures aimed at boosting her already bulging bank account.
“I love the challenge of running a business,” the 38-year-old Navy vet and mom of three told The Post. She’s busy producing a streaming show about craft beer, working out a partnership deal with a beef jerky company, investing in real estate and writing a book on how to build a brand.
And that’s all while continuing to cash in with steamy uploads, which include pleasuring herself and having sex with her husband. Her page generated half a million dollars in revenue in just one month at the height of the COVID-19 outbreak, though her take has since come down from that figure, she said.
“My brain is always working,” she told The Post. “I know I’m not going to be creating this kind of content when I’m 60. You can’t rely on beauty forever.”
Her new show, “Tap That with Allie Rae,” already has 40 episodes already in the can and will be available on YouTube, Instagram and other social media starting Sept. 1. In it, she reviews new beers and offers insights from brew masters shot at The Brown Boxer, a sports pub in Clearwater Beach North near her home in Tampa.
“People have a question: What’s a black IPA or what makes a sour beer sour? I definitely know that stuff. I don’t want people to think, ‘Oh, this girl is cute and she’s only promoting her OnlyFans pages,’” she said.
“We have an editing team and a full-time videographer on retainer,” she said. “We’re looking into a partnership with Snap TV. We want to bring in celebs and get a flagship sponsor.”
Rae — who served in the military in Minnesota and adopted the alias for privacy and security reasons — said it was actually her love of beer that launched her OnlyFans success.
When the pandemic struck in March 2020 and her husband Stephen got laid off from his airline job as a grounds crew member, she began posting craft beer reviews on Instagram and got about 3,000 followers. The first uploads were phone videos she made of herself at a bar or restaurant talking about a beer she liked.
Some suggested she expand her reach by joining OF, which she did in September 2020.
But after hearing that former Disney star Bella Thorne pocketed $1 million in six hours by uploading explicit adult content, Rae began snapping nude shots of herself and, ultimately, filming graphic interludes of herself and Stephen.
She was then outed at her job as a neonatal ICU nurse at a hospital in Boston, where she’d moved in 2016 with Stephen and their three boys, ages 19, 18 and 12, and quit under pressure in March 2021.
“Some nurses at work found out I was doing this and said I was such a distraction they wanted me to leave. It was a ‘Mean Girls’ thing where they brought it to management.”
She’d considered accepting a grant to pursue a PhD researching eye problems among premies at the University of Western Australia in Perth, but when she began earning as much online as she had at her hospital — “about $7,000 that first month,” she said — Rae went all-in on the cam-girl work, she said.
Now, returning to her interest in microbrews has been both enjoyable and, potentially, quite profitable, she said.
Knowing about ales and lagers led to a proposed deal with a company that infuses beef jerky with craft beer. Though the details haven’t been worked out, Rae is looking to purchase a stake in the firm and could feature their upscale snacks on her broadcasts, she said.
“They’re from my home state, and I told them, ‘I think you fit my brand,” she said.
Rae envisions her book as a way to convey tips for fellow entrepreneurs.
“It will be about the 12 principles of business,” she said, with a focus on how to market and promote an enterprise. “I have a ghost writer and met with an agent and we talked about what we can do with it. We think there’s a series there.”
As far as managing her money, she relies on a financial advisor at Morgan Stanley but has picked individual stocks and bought some Ethereum crypto.
She’s also getting “more involved in real estate rental properties, especially where we live, which is a hot market. I’m in a 47 percent tax bracket and it’s heartbreaking. Real estate really helps with that.”
She and her husband are considering selling their Tampa home, where they’ve lived for four months after moving to Florida a year ago, because a broker told them they could get as much as $1 million more than what they’d paid for it after having upgraded the swanky spread with two new bedrooms, a gym and bar.
Though she’d prefer not to move she wondered: “If we can make a million bucks on this thing, is it worth our leaving?
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