After supporting her daughter by creating her own account just days after Sami announced hers, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum shared her hopes for her oldest child as she slammed backlash against her as unfair and spoke of their upcoming collaboration on the adult platform.
“My parents were always supportive of my career and they didn’t judge me for decisions I made when I was working and starting out as an actress,” Denise told Us Weekly on Wednesday. “I think it’s important — no matter what my daughters do — to support them, no matter what. I want them to feel empowered and [to be] empowering them … and that’s something that I think is really important and something that I will always support.”
According to Denise, she wasn’t educated on what exactly OnlyFans was but has since learned more about it.
“My daughter got a lot of backlash when she signed up, which I thought was unfair. I really looked into seeing what OnlyFans is, and I think that it’s a brilliant platform, quite frankly,” Denise explained. “I think it really empowers the creator to control their content and to own the content, and also communicate with fans in a more dynamic way. And I thought, ‘Why not?’”
“Once I learned more about it, it was definitely something that I wanted to be a part of,” she added.
As for her and Sami’s collaboration, Denise said the two of them are going to do a “really cool shoot.”
“It’s gonna be something that’s gonna be really editorial and beautiful. I’m excited. … I’ve shot with both my daughters for different magazines and it’s been a long time, so it’s gonna be fun to be able to do a shoot with her now that she’s a little bit older,” she shared.
Regarding where she stands with Charlie Sheen, with whom she also shares 17-year-old Lola, Denise said the two of them are in a good place, especially after Charlie had a change of heart about Sami’s decision to join OnlyFans.
“I’m always in a good place with him,” Denise insisted to Us Weekly. “I think it’s great to be able to support one another and to not have judgment of what something may or may not be.”
Denise also added, “There’s all different genres and all different people on OnlyFans, just like there are on Instagram and on Twitter and Facebook. It’s 18 and above and you can be your true, authentic self and what one does or agrees with and someone else doesn’t, it doesn’t matter. You get to be you on there and monetize for yourself and own your content.”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 12 airs Wednesdays at 8/7c on Bravo.