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A mum-of-three who slammed trolls for criticising her weight now makes £10,000 a month eating junk food.

Influencer Antonia Graham, 25, rose to fame after her TikTok clip went viral when she opened up about her struggle with her weight.

The stay-at-mum of three, from North West England, become known for her content where she scoffs down fast food on camera, Daily Star reported.

The clip in which Antonia, who has over 350,000 followers on TikTok, hits back at trolls who call her fat has been viewed over 7.6 million times, sees her announcing that she’s actually “morbidly obese”.

Now, the body-positive OnlyFans star is raking in the cash for content of her binging on fast food from McDonald’s, KFC and Domino’s.

“I struggled hugely with my weight up until last year, I was on yo-yo diets and I even did a five-day water fast in the hope to lose some weight. I didn’t of course!” she joked.

However, her viral video connected with millions of people, which also led to the idea of eating on camera.

She said: “In the comments, someone also suggested I should check out eating on camera and from there, I was sucked into the world of feederism. I started eating for a living around about one week after that viral video.”

Feederism is described as a fetish subculture in which individuals eroticise weight gain and feeding, according to the National Library of Medicine.

Feeders are individuals who claim to become sexually aroused by feeding their partners and encouraging them to gain weight.

Antonia explained: “Most of the requests I get are PG-rated, barely any rude content is requested at all because my customers are not like ordinary men. They want to see you eat and grow and gain weight.”

The creator added that she eats around 3,000 calories in a meal, sometimes eating up to “three large Domino’s pizzas in one sitting”.

While she describes it as a dream job, she admits that the binge eating “puts a strain on the body”.

She explained: “I have probably spent thousands of pounds on food to stretch out my stomach enough for this job. You really need to push yourself to the limit.

“I do enjoy my job a lot but it’s not something I plan to do forever.”