Kathryn Dennis has followed in the footsteps of current and former Bravolebrities, including Larsa Pippen, Denise Richards, Sonja Morgan, and Danielle Staub, by joining OnlyFans.
On the heels of claims she was fired from Southern Charm, which have been followed by a report suggesting she was actually demoted to a lesser role, Kathryn added her OnlyFans account link to her Instagram bio while also telling her fans and followers that she is the show.
In a screenshot of Kathryn’s account shared by Bravo Breaking News on Instagram, Kathryn describes herself as a public figure living in Charleston, South Carolina, before declaring, “I am [Southern Charm],” and featuring a link to her OnlyFans homepage.
A link to Kathryn’s OnlyFans page shows she is currently charging $14.99 per month for a subscription, but it’s unknown how much she plans to share with her subscribers.
Following a series of online reports regarding Kathryn’s potential exit from Southern Charm, the first of which came from the Queens of Bravo on Instagram, Deadline shared that the mother of two will return to the show for season nine, which began filming last week, but not in a full-time position. Instead, her role is said to be that of a “guest star,” just as she was when the series aired its first season in 2014.
As fans will recall, Kathryn embarked on a romance with former cast member Thomas Ravenel during the debut season. And while their relationship didn’t ultimately work out, despite their welcoming of two children, daughter Kensington, 8, and son Saint Julien, 7, she was upgraded to a full-time position in time for season two.
News of Kathryn’s reportedly reduced role comes just days after an insider told The U.S. Sun that Kathryn had lost her role on the show due to her ongoing no-shows and poor treatment of the series’ staff.
“When you treat people poorly like she has they finally get sick of it,” the insider revealed. “She doesn’t show up on time or show up at all during filming a lot … She treats people like they are beneath her. She can’t stand anyone doing better or getting more attention than her.”
“I think that’s why a new producer was brought in; the previous one couldn’t handle it anymore,” the source continued. “I know she’s had money issues and now I don’t know how she’s going to work, she’s never had a job. I’m worried for her, but maybe this is a wake-up call.”
Southern Charm season nine will likely air sometime later this year on Bravo.