Sarah Jayne Dunn raking in the cash on OnlyFans

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Sarah Jayne Dunn credit:Bang Showbiz
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Sarah Jayne Dunn made £121,000 in 48 hours after her OnlyFans subscribers doubled.

The former 'Hollyoaks' star was axed from the Channel 4 soap amid a dispute over her OnlyFans account - on which she charges people around £11 a month to view "racier" content - but she is having the last laugh after raking in the cash.

According to The Sun Online, Sarah, 40, who played Mandy Richardson in 'Hollyoaks', made a total of £96,800 after OnlyFans deducted their commission.

Meanwhile, Sarah previously admitted she struggled financially while working on 'Hollyoaks.

She explained: "There's a huge misconception that people on TV shows earn huge amounts of money, it just isn't the case.

"People talk about massive six-figure salaries but the reality is that if your character isn't in a big storyline for a while you can end up struggling some months.

"I've definitely experienced that myself. There are periods I haven't known how I was going to get through the next month."

'Hollyoaks' bosses revealed this week that Sarah is departing the soap after they couldn't "reach a resolution" with her over her OnlyFans site.

A Channel 4 spokesperson explained: "'Hollyoaks' is a youth-facing drama with many young viewers, who follow our cast very closely, both in the soap and outside of it.

"We take our responsibility to our young audience very seriously and therefore the show does not allow any 'Hollyoaks' cast members to be active on certain 18+ websites.

"We had hoped we could reach a resolution with Sarah that would allow her to remain in her role as Mandy, but we respect her choice to continue to produce content on OnlyFans.

"In the past four years since her return to the show, her legacy character has been an integral part of some our most important storylines and we will be very sad to see her go."

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